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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Well - Today was WI at WW. Not such a good day - I gained 2.2 lbs - thats a total Gain of 3 lbs since I started 2 weeks ago. I just can't seem to get my drive back.

However - Today - Is a new day - A new start - I want to do this - I need to do this. I Will do this.

I am going to get my mind set back on track & I am going to start tracking & weighing my food again.

Today is emoticon (again) - but that is ok - I have been here before & I am not going to be here again. I am going to step it up - and instead of just counting on the walking I am doing at work I am going to add exercise to this plan.

I am going to start setting goals for myself - they may be small goals at first but goals just the same - This weeks goal is to - Have a loss at next weeks WI.

I can do this & I will do this - I AM WORTH IT -

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  • WEDHATTED
    You definitely are worth it, and there is no such thing as a small goal.
    Good for you for having determination and setting those goals.
    4389 days ago
  • no profile photo CD2991697
    WAY TO GO!!! That is the way to think! Just take one day at a time ~ The good thing is you haven't given up. SP has some great fitness videos on their site. They have 5, 10, 15 minutes videos. The strength exercises are great also ~ I do them three days a week. You really need to do something more than what your everyday life entails...so the little extra will definitely help!

    Using your nutrition tracker is a must!!! It is such an eye opener!!!

    You have already set some mini goals ~ exercise a little more each day, food tracker, portion control ~ work on those this week!!! Don't add too much at one time!

    You can sooooo do this ~ DO IT FOR "YOU"!

    Have a great day!!!
    Kelley

    4399 days ago
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