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Tuesday, November 03, 2015

Its time to pull myself up by the bootstraps. I had a baby and I gained 65 pounds. I lost 20 when he was born but the rest decided to stick around. It's been 7 months. This is why I have not lost any more weight: •inconstant workout routine •poor eating choices •not enough sleep •stress eating •baby blues •feeling out of control Just to name a few... This is my reboot. I have dedicated the month of November to changing my routine and strengthening my resolve. Here's what I'm doing about it: •weekly weigh in for accountability •no processed sugar •30 minute sweat every day •50% plant, 25% protein, 25% grain I'm starting at 223 and I want to lose 2 pounds a week and be at 215 on December 1st. I need to be strict on myself. 11/3 223 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1 (215 mini goal) Smile! Today's a new day!
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    1785 days ago
  • MERETONI
    You and I are in the same boat! I gained 52 pounds and was 193 when I went in the hospital. By the time I was able to move around enough (c-section) about a week later I weighed myself and was 169. It's been nearly 8.5 months and I've been stuck between 155-160. Finding time is hard, especially when the LO sleeps maybe 30-40 minutes and where I can workout is also her play area. My treadclimber is surrounded by toys and barricades to block her from the area. But I am going to try my best as well. Eat better, do even a 20 minute workout plus some added weights/body work and hope for the best.

    You can do it Momma! We'll do it together!
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    1811 days ago
  • KIWIANN
    Great goals! You can do it!! emoticon
    1812 days ago
  • GIJEZZ
    I count calories and its coming off slow but consistent...you can do it
    1812 days ago
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