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Wednesday, December 09, 2015

A stall, I understand

but for at least a week I have been holding on to an additional 5lbs, well a fluctuation between 3 and 5lbs on the scale. I'm fairly sure it's mostly water

Its like my body is utterly refusing to let any weight leave me. I'm wondering if this is a winter thing

because it's NOT an eating thing.

Maybe it's muscle. I honestly don't know.

But I'm here. Clothes still falling off, fully energized, getting enough sleep

ahhh.. it may be stress. I AM an extremely busy bee lately and I have been putting myself in a little emotional turmoil that I just said was too much and that I need to relax

So maybe that's it. I'm not worried about it at all..and I just realized I need more supplements. So that's something else to consider.

Onward and upward (oh wait.. downward. onward and DOWNWARD..lol)

I hope you all are doing great on your journey. I WILL be posting a vlog relatively soon

Have a great day
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  • WOUBBIE
    Yeah, that scale number doesn't tell you WHAT it's measuring.
    1703 days ago
  • DEB62BIE62
    I am in the same boat. Good luck and keep on keeping on.
    1703 days ago
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    It's so frustrating, isn't it, that the body's such a lousy mathematician! But I can promise you that if you're careful about tracking what you eat and are consistent in doing so, there's no way your body can hold on to that weight for long. Sometimes I wonder if we shouldn't give ourselves a non-food reward on weeks when the scale DOESN'T register a loss! A little boost at such times might help propel us onward. Good luck to you - you're going to get there! emoticon
    1703 days ago
  • LIZSPRINGSTEEN
    YOU CAN DO THIS!!!!
    1704 days ago
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