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Saturday, July 14, 2012

I am disappointed in myself. I need to get my s#%# together..and get back on track. I dont want to be skinny.. I wanna be healthy... Right now.. I am not.. I dont feel BAD About myself... I feel good..but I wanna get off my meds... I just love food a little too much lately and dont know whats going on. Need to get back to track my points on my WW app ... only paid for 3 months of it.. gotta use it while I can.. just a lot going on lately and its making me stray... I need to go to the gym ..a fter work.. no excuses... NONE.. I always have an excuse... no more..starting Monday .. (hopefully ... lol) Just kidding... BUT .. I NEED To do this.. Im tired of being in the 170's!
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    Sherri, nothing "makes" us stray - it is a conscious decision. The question is why? Figure out the why and you got it made. You can do this - I know you can!!
    2915 days ago
  • KAT573
    CHECK out the motivation articles on various subjects that touch your problem areas: they can be enlightening and try substituting do THAT rather than eating when the urge comes up; or try substituting something you ENJOY doing that is NOT food related to turn to, see how that works! You are the KEY to your lifestyle changes! We are just the tools to support it! emoticon
    2915 days ago
    Sherri, I know you can do it. You just have to make it a priority to go to the gym no matter how you feel and at least do something. I often say I have to do at least 10 minutes, after the 10 minutes I am up for more.

    Figure out what keeps you from doing what you want to do (eating healthy, going to the gym) and that will help you figure out how to tweak things so you can more easily do what you want to do to lose weight. Keep in touch with us over the break and get support.
    2916 days ago
    emoticon I *KNOW* you can!!
    2916 days ago
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