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Ugh Stalls ... Don't Give up!

Monday, September 11, 2017

So I have been in a stall for the last 2 months. Bouncing around in the same range 180-184. I was trying not to get discouraged. But was fearful that my weight loss journey had come to an end.

About a week ago I decided to make sure I went back to the basics and started getting my meals set up in my little containers and weighing and measuring everything as well as tracking my fluid intake.

Well low and behold on Friday last week I hit the bottom of the range I had been floating in and this morning I weighed in at 179. Stall is finally broken and I am over the moon.

I have had many tell me I look great where I am. I feel great and could deal with 180 but I really would like to get down to a normal BMI for the first time in my adult life. I am not yet ready to say enough. I have to work harder at it now but I am ever so thankful for the support of friends and family so that during this stall I did not give up.
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  • TSHAWGER
    Great job hanging in there while your body was at a stall. I bet you feel so much better.
    1412 days ago
  • ARTASONG
    Good job. Those stall can be disappointing. Jist keep sticking with it. I had to increase valpries slightly and then cut back again to get out of my standstill
    1412 days ago
  • MYTIMEOK
    Congrats on moving past your stall!! I get struggling with your weight and wondering when it's enough. I moved my goal weight down 4 times, each time I was approaching my goal I took an honest look at myself and said keep going! You can do this!!
    1412 days ago
  • ANGELHUGGS37
    Good job. Keep up the good work.
    1412 days ago
  • ORTATK
    Congrats to you. You kept on through the stall. Keep on keeping on.
    1412 days ago
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