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Lost my spark, time to get it back.

Monday, January 09, 2012

9 months progress regained in 3 months.

I guess a variety of things happened, I was starting to feel pretty happy with myself at the end of the summer, and I started to get lax, and it spiraled out of control. Added to that just general stress, I regained over 30lbs.

I noticed my body getting more flabby, my back aching, not looking good in pictures, clothes not fitting, comments about being fat again and making me more and more miserable and just eating more.

Leading to more regain, and being more unhappy with myself.

I could see what was happening, and it was my fault I didn`t give myself a mental kick up the ass to get back to sparking.

Hell I actively AVOIDED spark because it reminded me of my lazyness and lack of care.

Well, before I regain EVERYTHING I`m back. I`ve entered my current weight of 100kilos and looked at that number. That`s the number I`m starting from.

Eating right is a not an easy or short battle, but I done it before I sure as hell will do it again. I can`t confidently say I won`t yoyo back up after a weight loss, but maybe one day the lesson will stick.

So I`m back and accountable for my actions.

Happy New Year all!

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  • BWILBUR25
    I am with you! I know how hard it is to face up to facts and feel like you let yourself down. We all have to move forward, you can do this! You have the right attitude.

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    3223 days ago
  • SLFGOLF
    You can do this. Yes setbacks can happen, but you have realized that and today is a new day. Just know that you want to do this for you and your health. Take it a day at a time. Don't stress and beat yourself up over the weight gain. Just set your mind to what you want to do and set those goals. Good luck.
    3244 days ago
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