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Not as bad as I thought.....

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

I've been putting off weighing myself after the holidays cuz I know I had gained some weight with all the eating and snacking I did. On top of that my computer broke down and I couldn't track my food like I usually do so that just added to my worry. Today I took the plunge and found out that as of today I have only gained 3 pounds. I know I gained more than that over the holiday but I have been working hard to make up for the slipups I did over the holidays. While I would have loved not to gain at all I can deal with three pounds....I can lose that back and then some and reach my goal!! I am so thankful for this site and for all the support I have found from all of you. It's so much easier to stay on track when you have people that support you and that's what I have found here at SP. Today I am back on track and motivated to continue my journey.....I can do this!!
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  • HERE2PERSEVERE
    Glad you're not letting those things keep you from moving on towards reaching your goals!
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    4491 days ago
  • SEBASHTIANSMOM
    HI PRANDERS. Take 1 day at a time.Don't let it stress yourself out, it'll come....
    4491 days ago
  • JUSTLYLE
    I would say 3 isn't too bad either. It proves you have gained some great new habits, good for you. Skeeter
    4492 days ago
  • ADAPTABLE_ELLEN
    Yes, it takes courage to get back on that scale, but you did it!! Now you feel so much better. Keep up the good work!!!
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    4493 days ago
  • KITRAE1
    emoticon it's a big step to get on that scale when we know that we slipped a bit. Three pounds - you can get that off in no time....you are determined!!!

    Keep up the hard work!!!
    4493 days ago
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