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Need to refocus...

Monday, October 10, 2016

I kind of let myself go the last few days. I was overwhelmed and just tired of it all- tired of logging it all, tired of planning, tired of watching people eat anything they wanted, tired of my PT exercises, etc. In reality, I needed a break. My weight may take the impact of the break but honestly, I am ok with it. Today- stretching, PT exercises, cooking, and planning. Not starting over but continuing to move forward.
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  • MARINGAL
    Ya know, I too would burn out if I had all that "planning" to do too. When I started my journey, I just had enough how I looked and felt. I was 30 lbs too heavy, I needed to do something. I stopped eating fattening food, especially GRANOLA! I lost 50 lbs because I changed how I ate and started walking 3 to 4 miles every day. And I mean EVERY DAY. I love walking. Especially with my pal Lucy Lou. And then I began seeing changes, I was losing weight and I didn't care if people were scarfing down potato chips and ice cream. I felt good in clothes, I felt good in my body, I had great energy and why the heck did I want to start feeling bad again? So I don't cheat. I never desire to eat crap and gain weight again. When you decide you want change, you will stick with it. Until then, the journey will be futile because it will always be a struggle. I wish you the best and hope that soon, you choose to be healthy and happy. best, fredie
    1506 days ago
  • JERZGURL_NAN
    That's right - it's not a step backwards, it's a step forward needed to Renew YOU - even Wonder Woman took a day of rest - OH yeah, pretty sure God did too - and on the seventh day.....
    Happy Monday - Happy New Day!!!
    1507 days ago
  • M39121
    Stay strong and focused you will feel better and be happy you did stay focused
    1507 days ago
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