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I'm getting pissed now

Friday, September 21, 2012

So I've weighed 181 (give or take a pound or two) since March this year (6-7 months.) Back in March I bought myself a size lower (34) pants as a little motivation ... but it didna work.

Since that time my "M-O" has been:

Weigh in on Friday at 181
Eat like crazy all day Friday and Saturday and gain 3-5 pounds.
Restricted calories Sunday and Monday - lose some
Eat like crazy Tuesday - gain one or two
Restricted calories Wednesday and Thursday - lose a few
Weigh in at 181 on Friday.

Sometimes I have been amazed looking at the scale on Friday mornings (How in the heck did I manage THAT?"

But today I was amazed in the other direction. I weighed 182 yesterday morning - ate about 1400 calories and came in at 184. Normally I'd blame forgetting my blood pressure pills for a two-pound gain in one day but that wasn't the case yesterday.

Anyway, my "bubble is busted." Suffice it to say there won't be any "eating like crazy" this Friday and Saturday. Wouldn't it be funny if I actually weighed 180 at the end of this week? That's what I'm aiming for ... it's time to start making progess towards fitting into those new pants.

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    I'll be here :) I can't wait to see. Good luck to you!! I know you can do it!!!!
    3234 days ago
    So is it time for a different diet plan, change the MO, if you are WW go slimming world, change it up man, different kinds of exercise maybe.
    Or just have 1 that's right 1 crazy day, weigh day after weighing maybe.

    Oh lol look I just told myself how to get back on track emoticon
    3234 days ago
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    I must have jinxed you... Check out my ticker. :-( So what's the plan, man? Same old same old just isn't cutting it for me right now even though I know it should!

    3236 days ago
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