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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

I am a bit irked. I have been tracking, exercising and drinking water for 10 days straight and today I popped up about 2 pounds. I still took my walk during lunch but I am irked.
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  • MINDA31807
    emoticon Deep breath in and out. I have faith that you will shed those 2 pound plus many more.
    3418 days ago
    Stupid Stupid scale! I do hate this.. It happened to me recently too. Hang in there & keep on keeping on. I'm finally learning not to quit when I have a setback. Sending you love & hugs, Jodee
    3418 days ago
    Been there! But it will come off. emoticon
    3418 days ago
    Yuck...I hate those random pounds, especially when you are working so hard and doing everything right. If you are ST, it could just be water retention from building muscles...or it could be just because. Stay with it...I am sure they will be gone as soon as they appeared!
    3418 days ago
  • CECE0330
    It does stink. But keep in mind our bodies are SUPER fickle, and I know I can fluctuate up to 2lbs in 2 days. Sometimes there's no rhyme or reason. Just keep your head down & keep plodding along. Those stinky 2 lbs will disappear before you know it!
    3418 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6427585
    OH YAY! You're taking comments now! That does stink! Is it TTOM? Often a little water retention pops us up that way. Try to watch your sodium the next day or too -- I bet it goes right back down!

    emoticon on all your stuff! Good practice on the water! I'm betting next week that will be our LTGL challenge! emoticon
    3418 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6543827
    Oh that does stink..... I feel the same way right now. I usually drop at least a pound or two, but not this time. Just keep at it.....the changes will come!
    3418 days ago
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