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My weight stayed the same but after a 3 pound loss last week, I am not complaining

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I am not revealing any secrets from my UNREPORTED scale visits, so we will see where I am on Monday morning. I am actually doing well. Exercise has been great and eating is reasonable and on track. I have an idea the scale may even smile on Monday unless I OD on salt, sugar, and processed stuff over the weekend.

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1.7 lb. loss is great, Jackie! WOO HOO!

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I'm still in maintaining mode. My weight has fluctuated .2 lbs, up and down, for the last couple of months, no gains, no real losses. My sister departed early this morning to return to California. Had a great time but it was really hard to see her go. But she's a grazer and has great metabolism, unlike me. So you can only imagine what could have happened to my weight. Still, I was able to maintain in spite of the way I ate. The reason being, I have really upped my activity level. Exercise has been great for me, helping me maintain these difficult two weeks and I have started to see my sugar glucose levels begin to improve. Have not yet been able to get into the Spark Solution. Will be working hard this week to be more aware of healthy eating habits.

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Happy Day for me ... I'm down 1.7 lbs! Which is more than usual. Even though I'm not following the Spark Solution strictly, (doing my own tweaks) it seems as though that helped jump start a nice loss. I need to do an NSV for this.

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You are making progress and sometimes we NEED to see the weight before we finally acknowledge that we have to do more than just THINK about doing something. Don't worry, just start from where you are and work from there.

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I'm out of denial, determined not to allow my "vacation weight" stay on my body. For the first time I'm using the food tracker for accountability. So, to answer the question: My weight was down, then back up, and now going down, down, down (hopefully) until I reach my goal.

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Happy Monday all. I am hanging in but struggling some today because I am really going through a stressful time. Didn't lose but didn't gain either - stayed the same at 276 again.

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Good Monday Morning Sparkies.

My weight has finally been going down, little by little. Just like many of you said, I've lost and regained it +++++ more. When I lose other things, they tend to stay 'lost' but weight just doesn't work that way.

To everyone who has posted here "Congratulations" and emoticon . I honestly believe that coming here and trying to post - any little thing at all - as often as possible is what is helping me. Every one of you inspire me. Weight loss is very difficult, as you have all said. Yes, it's an addiction and I'm definitely an addict. Fortunately, I have finally convinced myself that I am in control of my weight. ME. No one else. I had to make up my mind and wake up and smell the coffee in order to begin losing.

Each day presents something new - whether it's positive or negative. Celebrations present 'goodies' that can pack on the pounds. I'm working on 'allowing' myself smaller portions, tastes of things. Then there's the dreaded stress and difficult times or personal issues. I have always turned to food for comfort. I can't do that anymore. I'm getting older and the weight can and will prevent me from living the kind of life I want to lead.

The life I want to lead is one that is as pain free as possible, one that allows me to be active and enjoy my grandchildren, enjoy my hobbies and avoid any more medication than I currently take. That's a tall order, but I'm the one who can do it.

Today begain our May Mini Challenge: Let's Get Physical. I'm working on a Spark Streak. I've done it before and it made me so happy. Why did I stop? I honestly don't know unless I'm just lazy. But I'm starting again - streaking my way to better health!!

I giggle thinking of 'streaking' because it makes me think of 'streakers' from years ago!!

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Honouria, you mentioned problems with exercise and having a book for chair exercises. Have you checked out the Chair Exercise Team here on SP? I am not a member but several of our teammates are and I understand it is a very, very good team. It might be helpful to you, too. Good luck!!

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Have lost 5 pounds so far in April and am 1 pound short of 75 pounds since last April.

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I have been doing good with my weight lately. I have lost 50 lbs since August. Have kinda been on a plateau for abou 4 weeks now, but hopefully that is broken now. Last week was a good loss. I am doing WW and know that it is the best way to go. When I follow the program the way it is designed and track my foods faithfully, I will be successful.

Have had some physical drawbacks lately but have tried not to let them throw me for a loop. Found out that the degenerative disk disease has progressive quite a bit. In fact, it is past the point of surgery. Neurologist says that if worse comes to worse, the only thing that can be done is go in and burn the nerves. At my age, I see no call to do that. Right now we have the pain controlled with meds. Also, had tests run that found a drainage from the front left of my brain that is causing night seizures. Not having them very often, but when I do they are doozies. Am on anti-seizure meds to keep them under control. Hoping they work. Other than those two things, I am doing wonderful - feeling outstandingly great. No other health issues. Am encouraged by all docs to keep up the water aerobics at 3-4 times a week. And I will do it. Mentally, I am on a high - very happy and satisfied with life. All is good.

Staying busy with my handwork knitting slippers and crocheting potholders. Have so many potholders to make, I hope to get caught up one of these days. You can see them on my Sparkpage. Am proud of them and the fact that so many people want them.

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I've avoided answering or contributing to the discussion here b/c I don't know what to say for sure. Like a lot of you, there are so many days when I wonder why I'm bothering and wishing I could just forget it all. It gets tiresome. It is often boring. It is hard work. If I hadn't done this or that I wouldn't be in this fine mess...yada yada...you all know what I'm saying, I think. I've actually been a SP for 6 years this month...count 'em...6 years!! Off and on, but not until 2 years ago did I start getting serious. I took off most of my loss during that first year and a few more pounds during this last year, even getting under 200 for the first time in many, many years. But...I've stalled out and find myself with new excuses...too much travel, upset in my routine, too many potlucks, etc etc. None of these things have anything to do with the hands feeding my face and the "hand to mouth disease." Of course not....

Motivation? Some days I have it and some days I don't. Addiction? Yes, I have come to believe that I am addicted to certain foods, particularly sugar, as it sets up a feeding frenzy that I can't control and gets me off track for days on end. Is that another excuse? Maybe, but I'm working on it. I'm doing better at managing my carb intake and getting a little more protein in, but I have to say this--it is a daily struggle. Lifestyle change? Oh yes...but I know what I must do and I haven't yet consistently put it all into practice.

Noel, I am so very sorry about you not being recognized after the great challenge results. No excuses...we all bear responsibility and I hope you know it was an honest oversight. It's one we'll work to avoid, as we certainly all like to be recognized for our progress and successes.

Sorry to go on and on...I read over what I wrote and realize I didn't even say much, but I think one thing is obvious. We all need one another's support and understanding. And another thing...we are still here!! To me that means we haven't given up! Sending you all my prayers and love! Jeannie
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Now for the rest of the story. . . After my short post, it is now Saturday morning and I am elaborating on my post. Around 2004-2006, I lost 160 pounds and got off all my medications and my CPAP machine. I was under 200 and wearing a size 12 - 14 REGULAR NORMAL SIZE clothes. I was doing it completely on my own and with my own program that was very similar to what I am doing now. I could keep that weight off forever as I was feeling and looking good, was never hungry, and I was completely medication free. In 2006, my son died suddenly. His death devastated me and my other son. Ed started to do all the cooking and I frankly started slipping back into bad habits. Because of how I had lost weight, it CREEPED up rather than jumping. I ignored it. I simply didn't care. I gained 10, then 50, - BUT hey, I was still down more than 100 pounds and my health was not too bad. Then soon I was up 60 and then 75, and the year was 2009 - and that was when my father fell and broke his hip and became bedridden. First it was 7 days a week driving 2 hours each way to the hospital, the nursing home, the hospital again, and finally he returned home and it was ONLY an hour drive every day to see him and check on his wife who was in her 80s and taking care of him. It was the least I could do, but it also drained all my money, and time and most of all energy. So I started gaining again. This time I was soon back on medications for BP, cholesterol, and diabetes. I bounced around a lot between 2009 and 2012 - my father passed away near the end of 2011 and so I dealt with his death and at the same time was finding myself barely able to walk, or breathe, or concentrate on anything. Soon I had skyrocketed back up to 350 which was STILL 10+ pounds less than my highest recorded weight and is where I was when I started back really TRYING TO CHANGE last April. Since then, my weight has bounced around a lot, some ups and more downs, plenty of plateaus along the way, and now I am down more than 70 pounds. I am walking better, I am breathing better, I have more energy, and stamina, and I feel as though I can do more and be more if I just don't let myself get sidetracked. My son has come around to more healthy cooking and eating and has also lost weight and enjoyed improved health this past year. I am coming to the anniversary of when I returned from being dormant on SP and joined this group. I still have a long way to go but am a LOT closer to my eventual goals than I have been in a VERY long time. Like the last time, this is truly a lifestyle change - it took YEARS and not weeks to add back all of that weight last time, because GOOD habits are hard to give up totally as well as BAD ones. All previous weight loss successes (and there were lots ranging from 50-100 pounds that I lost in the past through WW, dieting, or deprival but regained even faster when I stopped dieting, depriving, and abusing my body instead of honoring and caring for it).

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4/27/13 1:16 A

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My weight is not doing well at all. It skyrocketed after I was put on Actos for diabetes. My highest was at 269 and that's when I decided to do something about it. That was March of 2007. Did not really do anything until my doctor switched my diabetes medication. I did the Glucerna program for a week, lost 8 pounds, it was too restrictive for me. Joined WW and after the switch of medication began to lose the weight, 30 pounds. Stayed there until after my sister passed away, my sugar glucose began to increase and was determined not to go on insulin. January, 2010, while I was on WW, I did everything right and went down to 204 pounds, 5 pounds and I would be under 200, and my blood sugars were Finally under control. September, of that same year, I broke my ankle. Before that we were walking through all the county parks and really enjoyed it. After I broke my ankle it was downhill all the way. My weight went back up to 235. Since that time I have not found the motivation. It is so frustrating having to watch everything I eat and trying to get my sugars under control, along with all the obstacles that are put before me (I'm trying to let them not be an excuse for me). I've been praying to get back on track and asking the Lord to help me. I know I can do this with His help and the support of all you beautiful ladies. You are all an inspiration to me.

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Was on SP 2009 - 2010 and lost 30 lbs -- fell asleep and gained everything back. Rejoined 7/2012 and this time I've lost 44 lbs so far. It's been slower than I would like, but I am glad it is at least going down. I think if I would move increasingly more I could maybe lose a little more. My body loves to find that resting place and plateau every 6-8 weeks or so. Yes, it seems I, too, have to keep mixing up the program.

I am hoping to reach that 50 lb mark before July. So that has helped keep me motivated. So I keep focusing on the NSVs to stay motivated, because I am a bit tired of tracking, but know that keeps me honest. Plus, I tried on some 18W shirts (I'm smaller on top) yesterday and they fit - just a little bit snug, but I envision them getting bigger.

Congrats to all for sticking with the program. I try to acknowledge everyone's loss - so hope I didn't miss anyone as well.

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I apologize to anyone and everyone I wasn't there for. My intentions were good. I must have missed at least one of you. Sorry, Noel. I'll work on it.

Good question, Gail.

I've been doing well lately. I am staying motivated and anxiously awaiting the arrival of 'The Spark Solution.'

I have been using my Fitbit and, for me, it's been working beautifully. I hate tracking. I sync it with SP and I don't have to worry about how many minutes, steps, etc. It's all done for me. Perfect for someone like me.

My motivation comes from all of my friends at SP. I also am determined to get healthier and get fit. I'm not ready to throw in the towel by any means.

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This will be short - I am making progress - not as fast as I would like, certainly not consistent, and most assuredly not where I want to be. I DO believe this is a life challenge and that as long as I am alive I will be on the journey.

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I guess that is what I am hoping this thread will do. Make us take a look at where we have been, where we are going and most of all, where we want to go. I think that means getting honest with ourselves and others. I am not happy where I am at. I am having trouble shaking things up to get back on track. I need help and support. Like Noel, It might come in encouragement, compliments, or just being brutally honest with ourselves.

Betsy, I am so glad you are still going down, even if it is slow. Slow but steady wins the race! Good for you!

Noel, I am so sorry you didn't get the emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon Here they are, they got misplaced and went to Australia with me. And then they were stolen by little Joey and I had to wrestle mama roo to get them out of her pouch----grin---- I know how hard you worked on that challenge to lose 21 pounds. That really was emoticon You deserve a big pat on the back. Now lets leave it behind us and start moving forward again. Love you

Jill, I was hoping you were feeling better now. Are you still not doing very well? I am so pleased that you haven't gained. I just look at food and gain. That is not a joke, I really do. My system is so out of wack. Exercise is a big key issue,but not always what makes you lose. I can attest to that.

I hope most of you will respond to this as I really do need answers. And just maybe we will help others.



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Gail, good question as it's good to let others know and ourselves as to how we're doing and feel. I haven't felt very well for over a month so don't have much of an appetite, like I usually do. I don't WI that often but last week I did and I'm around the same weight as I was so not really gaining nor losing anything. I'm actually surprised I haven't lost weight as recently l I'm not eating as much as I could according to SP calorie range. However, because I don't feel very well I'm not motivated to exercise very much. That area has always been a weak one for me. I do want to feel better as I know you know it's not fun nor motivating when you don't feel up to doing much nor exercising. I'm sorry Barb and others but I haven't done well in the recent challenge. . .I know they help motivate me so I'm the one missing out. I hope my Dr. will soon help me find out how I can feel better again. . .Right now this is the reason I'm not Sparking as much as I used to and would like to again. . .

Noel, I'm so sorry I wasn't there for you. . .it is encouraging and motivating when others support our WL efforts. It's always good to hear others tell us what a good job we're doing in getting healthier as it makes us want to keep it up even more. You are right bottom line is the most important thing is how we feel about ourselves and the progress we're making. . .but I'm like you and love hearing, "You're Losing Weight, how Awesome!" or "Good for you for making Progress", etc. I'm now aware of that and will try to do better at supporting you and others. . .Thank you for making us aware of this. . .I do admire how no matter what you're always getting your exercise in, that's more than many do. Noel, You're an Awesome Lady and Friend and I'm so glad in the past you've lost weight and I know will again soon". Are you signed up for Spark Coach? I love the daily check in and structure it gives me with lots of good ideas. I'm looking forward to reading the new book, "The Spark Solution" which is supposed to be available soon. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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Gail, believe me, you have company. I do not think I am eating badly (I stay within my
calorie range), I'm watching fat, protein, etc., and exercise and track daily. So why is my scale continually going up? I am also trying to get to bed earlier, but my sleep hasn't been the best--I keep waking up.
So, I've come to the conclusion that this is a mental thing. I feel that I've lost my motivation. however, the spark coach says that I am doing well in the motivation department.???
I am ashamed to admit this, but I feel the last weight loss challenge made a change in me. It was the first one since I started that I said I was going to lose 10# and actually did it. In fact I lost 21# and I was as happy as a pig dipped in mud! But the reason for this team, I thought, was to give each member support and kudos! Well, I got kudos from one person and that's only because I told them about the loss. When I went to the challenge the last day, it was already gone to make room for the new challenge to start. I never even got a "goodie" as you usually get when you complete a challenge. Granted, you lose weight for your health, but I am the type of person that when I work hard, I appreciate an "atta girl". That's how I am.
I have been wanting to say this for quite a while now and I'm glad you questioned our weight gain or loss. Thank you, Gail, you may have helped me and maybe I'll feel better and my scale will go the correct way. I have put back on about a half of what I lost and I have not been a happy camper, although I think that I have tried not to show how down I have been.
Thanks again, Gail. I have my fingers crossed that spilling my guts may help. (hugs) Noel


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this is a multiple choice... this time here almost 2yrs,, i had slowly dropped.. but meds interferred.

i rejoined weight watchers first online... then started meetings the day after tha nksgiving..,. and i have reached my 10% goal with them...

i recenly had another med change.. hopefully i won't gain any weight with it..

we don't have excuses to not lose... just reasons..

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Are we making any progress? To me, that is a very hard question. When I started sparking 2 years ago this month I was so excited. I saw people that had taken off so much weight. And I said yes, that can be me. I started working really hard at it. I took off over 60 pounds and then life happened. All of you know about my illness so we won't even go there. But, partly because of that and the fact that I lost my motivation, I have gained almost every pound back. I know some of it is water gain, which I am working on. But being very honest here. I just gave in, not up but in. I knew I was eating bad stuff, I believed the lie that it tasted really good, But in honesty, When you are eating right, It really does taste good. Not being able to eat salt anymore has put a damper on anything tasting good. Now, I really do want the fat stuff, high in salt and fat.-----But it will kill me so---I better get back on program for good.

How are any of you doing? Are you losing weight? Are you at a stand still? Are we really motivated to lose?

Is it time to go back to the beginning, restart our program? I am looking for some answers and I know my sisters and brothers have some----- Maybe there are others struggling the same way I am. I want to see the scale start going down again. How about you. That is why we are here!

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