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Gained some lbs

Monday, May 07, 2018

Ugh! I am disappointed with me right now! It is so easy to gain but so hard to take it off. It's unreal how fast weight can be gained and I still don't eat like I used to, but yet here it is! Lbs piling on like dirt on the floor. I do NOT want to go BACK, I've come too far. So I keep repeating in my head. Yet, it doesn't make it any easier. I have had a lot of worries, hurtful situations, stress, and BAD habits lately, all of which have lead to my gain. (a temporary gain)

Well, I suppose that is it for now. Just blogging my concerns, kinda holding myself accountable for this and owning up to my weight gain. Confessing it will hopefully set my mind back into discipline and self-control with my eating and exercise. I just find it hard to regain that motivation/drive after two+ years. This is not a diet, this is a new lifestyle. One I thought I had adopted permanently, but unfortunately, old habits don't really die they just hibernate. :( It's a life long battle!
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    I feel ya....the weight doesn't creep up on you; it sprints towards you unabashedly with fevor and delight. Meanwhile we're looking like..."when did this happen?" Hang in there.
    1075 days ago
    I can certainly feel your pain. I try to keep a positive attitude during the losing & also the maintaining! Always keep in mind that you & only you can keep you on the right track by tracking all meals & workouts. This is a new habit for our new lifestyle.
    1075 days ago
    Don’t give up. Stay encouraged my friend!!
    1075 days ago
    You've got a really positive attitude about picking yourself up and learning from this blip. I know you'll find your mojo again and keep moving in the right direction.
    1075 days ago
  • PAUTCHES1950
    I feel your pain been there many times. We CAN do this. Keep going. 😊
    1075 days ago
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