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Monday, November 25, 2013

Meant to do this a few days ago but just didn't have the time.

Anyhow at a huge weight (well not as huge as when I started SP 5-6 years ago) I decided the ice cream twice a week and the pizza had to go and to restart my SP journey. Last time with stress and a bout of depression I ended up at about 128lbs (9 stone) which is way too thin for me so if I can get a bit heavier than that and be happy in myself I will be very pleased (I'm thinking anywhere between 10.5 stone and like 11.5 stone).

Already I am weighing myself far too much. Killing the 'easy manipulated' scales the other day and having to buy new ones didn't help. One day spent trying them out but now I have different scales and can't be manipulated I feel better. I don't mind weighing once or twice a day but anymore is over the top. Could do with prayer about that.

The good news is that since I was last on SP properly I have discovered cheese and mayo and I don't have to forsake them utterly which is such good news. I also don't have to go jogging in the freezing cold at 5am or whatever it was and just do a wee walk once a day (which is also good for mental health). For some reason I'm struggling with fitness on my walks and I don't know why. Could be meds related. Don't know. Just getting tired easily. Don't know why. Needs prayer as I do enjoy a brisk 30 minute walk normally

Anyhow that's me and it's freezing this am and I have heaps to do yet somehow my bed looks so attractive right now

Jane
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