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Update 1/8/2015

Thursday, January 08, 2015


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  • BEACHCALSIX
    emoticon I'm glad you're back! I had a food black out on both Christmas and New years. I just ate whatever I wanted. I did gain 3 lbs and luckily it came down but the holidays are really rough on everyone! Your goals are great! let's push for them!
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  • JUNETTA2002
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  • PEGLEGN64
    Glad to see you back. My doc prescribed me a water retention tablet that helps keep fluid from building up. I take it in the evenings when Im not going anywhere and it sure helps me. I loose anywhere from 4-7 lbs of water. And I feel so much better. Or try some over the counter ones. It sure gives me a boost.

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  • BADKID2607
    You can do this!! Pray about your goals to become healthier. Don't stress about the weight (weigh yourself once a week) and then don't stress over it too much. Teach Jacob about substituting healthier options to your menus and add more fresh fruit and veggies, salads. Honestly, hearing you talk about what is happening, sounds as if you are really disappointed in yourself. We all overate over the holidays. Get back on track and don't look back. "Diets" make us concentrate on food. (That's me concentrating on food-so I really hate the word "Diet.") When women, who sometimes end up being emotional eaters, need to concentrate more on "moving" getting more steps in(do you have a tracker?), walk more, start slow and continue to pass your own goals, keep a log. (I am an emotional eater too.)
    Having Jacob partner with you and your goals would be a really good idea. But men can usually lose weight quicker than woman, so I wouldn't compete with him. Just move and walk together every day if you can. Just an idea.....
    1774 days ago
  • CLEANGELLIEBEAN
    Well I am so glad you were honest with yourself and decided to come back
    1775 days ago
  • CHARLIEGIRL59
    Yeah!!! I knew you'd come back...lol! It sure can be tough getting back on track after the holidays, but I know you have the want to and the determination to get'er done. I'm sure I speak for many when I say how much we understand the struggles we must endure when this addiction takes hold of us. We are here for each other despite failed attempts which is a blessing in itself. Perseverance and consistency is a winning combination. Chin up sweetie...you can do this! emoticon It's a new day :).
    1775 days ago
  • CHARLIEGIRL59
    Yeah!!! I knew you'd come back...lol! It sure can be tough getting back on track after the holidays, but I know you have the want to and the determination to get'er done. I'm sure I speak for many when I say how much we understand the struggles we must endure when this addiction takes hold of us. We are here for each other despite failed attempts which is a blessing in itself. Perseverance and consistency is a winning combination. Chin up sweetie...you can do this! emoticon It's a new day :).
    1775 days ago
  • YOGAGINNY
    Best of luck! Tracking daily and checking in with yourself daily is powerful. Good luck on your journey!

    1775 days ago
  • KAREN-IS-HERE
    glad to see you- I wondered about how you're doing- thanks for the update
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  • KAREN2LOSE55
    I've been wondering how you've been doing and am glad to hear from you again. You are so worth it and the fact that you're here on SP again, means that you are determined about getting more healthy, because you're not totally giving up!
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    1775 days ago
  • ARAZA30
    You are so much more than the numbers on the scale. Instead of relying on the scale, try doing your measurements and compare them once a month. I suggest weighing yourself once a month. Your body fluctuates everyday from drinking fluids, food intake and your muscles swells after workout. Don't get discourage. Be persistent and be consistent. It's never gonna be easier but it will be worth it. You can do it!!
    1775 days ago
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