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Scared of the scale

Friday, March 26, 2010

My personal weigh in day is today, but I don't want to post it. I know it's for my own good to track it, but I don't want to see that straight line on the graph! I haven't done as much possible this week and it's showing, but the first part of the week I was on my period and doing anything at all was a miracle! I've spent the last couple of days trying to make up for it. My husband and I went down to the tennis courts and he gave me a good workout by hitting that ball way over my head and to my far left. I doubt he was doing that on purpose, but my heart was really feeling the burn while I was running back and forth trying to catch that stupid ball.
I guess I will post my weight in the morning...no matter what it is. Today I will just keep working my butt off toward my goals.
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    The scales don't tell the whole story. Remembering what you did or didn't do will be a learning experience on this journey to live heatlthy. Have a great day!!!! You will do great remember baby steps.
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    I can understand how you feel , the scale used to frighten me. You don't have to post it today, but maybe celebrate some of your accomplishments so far. Have a blessed day. emoticon
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    have an awesome day!!
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    I hope the scale "wows" you today! But, even if it doesn't, just knowing and being aware of what needs to be done is half the battle! You can do it! I hope you have a great Friday!
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    Don't worry about the numbers just keep doing your best that's all any of us can do. You've already identified what the stumbling blocks were but you sound determined and with that positive frame of mind I know you'll have great success in the long run ! Congratulations !
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    Have a great day!
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