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Week 12/13

Monday, April 02, 2012

I forgot once again to post last week....haven't been around much lately....sorry, once again! Life has been crazy busy.

I think I've hit a plateau, or maybe I'm just maintaining for a while, I dont know. I didn't really lose any weight for the whole month of March :( I'm still at the same weight I was at the end of February. I'm still between 19-20.5 lb loss for a month now. Some weeks I try really hard, eat really good, exercise every day, and I dont lose weight. The next week I'm frustrated, eat more (not super bad, but probably out of my calorie range most days by a bit), dont exercise, and i dont lose/gain weight. I suppose if I just did GOOD for the entire month, I may be down a bit, but I didn't.

It's not all bad I guess. Do I wish I had lost weight? Sure. But, I'm still down 20 lbs, which is great. I dont think it's necessarily a bad thing to maintain the same weight every now and again. I think I've learnt some valuable lessons, and although I haven't been eating super great, I haven't been eating super bad too. I still have the end goal in mind and have therefore kept myself from binging or eating like crazy.

I'm hoping for a better April. I'm hoping that a month at the same weight will kickstart my April. Who knows, maybe I'll have another month like January and lose 15 lbs. HAHAHAHA! Ok, I know that isn't realistic! LOL!

Ok, gotta go, my elliptical is calling my name.......
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    There's nothing wrong with maintaining. I know it's frustrating to get to a "plateau" and not move either forward or backward but at least you aren't gaining either! :) Keep doing your best and you'll get to where you want to be. 20 pounds down is nothing to sneeze at- great job!!
    3251 days ago
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