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Monday, October 30, 2017

I am so discouraged. I'm struggling. I fight with 3-4 lbs; loose/ gain loose/gain. I find myself in my old eating habits but there's day I do really good. I've got to snap out of this!
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    stay strong. be optimistic--it's harder this time of year--the diminishing day length puts everybody in a funk. slows weight loss too. maybe up your exercise a little--even just a 10 minute walk or something. hang on!
    1182 days ago
    Hard to "like" it.. but I do understand how you feel.
    On the other hand... I'm fully committed and satisfied with the Whole 30. "It Starts With Food".. very good for me. Have you tried it?
    1182 days ago
    1183 days ago
    Acknowledge why you slip. Convenience? Emotion? Getting too hungry before a meal? Then help yourself to not fail. Quick meals/snacks, bigger breakfast, doing something that de-stresses you. It’s just a hurdle, and you will find your way forward.
    1183 days ago
    I try to be sensible, but not extreme about daily eating and I do appreciate food, so for special occasions, I do end up eating more than I need. I could plan better for special occasions. Also, I find exercising more if I know I will eat more, helps. Today, I am really not that hungry after eating out last night, so that helps.
    But I can have 2 pounds go back and forth from day to day and even in the same minute, so I guess I shouldn't look just at the scale and at pay attention to other things.
    It is frustrating though. In optimistic minutes, I imagine that the hard work I am putting in will show up finally in a week or two, even on the scale.
    Good luck to you! emoticon emoticon
    1183 days ago
    I know just how you feel. emoticon
    1183 days ago
  • TWEDEE777
    Me too. Especially on weekends. We can do it though!!
    1183 days ago
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