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Monday, January 23, 2012

So I first signed up with sparkpeople in 2009, and apparently was not able to keep up with checking on it?! Any way, in that time I went from 170lb to 145lbs and I was so excited. I started in February 2010 and by the end of the year I was down 25lbs. The first 20 went easy, it was after that I began to face some problems. I hit a plateau in weight loss that I could not get over. I tried everything I could imagine. I wasn't gaining any more weight, but I surely was not losing it. Some time after that I guess I began to give up on it and proceed to gain back everything I had lost. So here I am again, sickened with myself (mainly because I own around 30 pair of jeans and can only fit into about 5 pair) and ready to try this again, for good this time!
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  • CRAZY0388
    It's so frustrating sometimes, I was doing so good and then time went by and I looked at myself and realized I had gained all the weight back. Funny how you never really realize it as you're gaining in, then it slaps you in the face one day. That's what happened before when I realized I HAD to lose weight, and I did good. Then about a month ago I looked at myself and realized I was back to where I started.
    My biggest issue is that I work in a grocery store, and it is so easy to grab something (chips, candy, etc) for a quick snack at work.
    3050 days ago
  • no profile photo SUMMER1909
    I am new to spark but was on weight watchers and got down to 195. Then lost my job and climbed up to 240. But now I am on track and have already lost 12 pounds. Vowing never to look back! Just have to take it one goal at a time!
    3050 days ago
    I did something similar; I weighed 230 and went down to 160. This winter I climbed back up to 190! One day at a time, right? Let's take the weight back off for good this time! Love your motivation.
    3050 days ago
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