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I just don't get it!

Saturday, October 17, 2009

This week, I worked out, ate well and within range and drank lots of water. So yesterday morning I get on the scales and I was up two pounds!!!!!!! What a disapointment! So I was off to a conference where they feed you up the wazooo! So I ate, why not... It doesn't matter anyways right. I continued eating after I got home. We went bowling with the kids soooo french fries, popcorn, beer, finished the night with wings at BDub's.... I will be back on the wagon today but I just get soooo discouraged and feel soooo fat right now.... I looked in the mirror in the bathtroom at the bowling alley and just wanted to hide in the stall and never come out.

OK, I know the weight was probably water weight and it won't be there long but.........
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  • SPARTANJAI
    Don't get frustrated. Keep on the path and you'll end up there in the end... it may not always be the easiest thing to do or the fastest thing but it will get you there!

    4303 days ago
  • DEBANNE1124
    Or, if you're anywhere near my age it's here to stay.
    Debbie
    4306 days ago
  • PICKIE98
    You were drinking the wrong beer!! Homemade is the best,, control that Na!!! Maybe you drank it on the wrong day..
    everything you ate, screams of sodium!! I think I have some Lasix with your name on it!!
    eat those apples and drink that water FIRST.. eat the apple in the car befoe you go in the restaurants..
    4306 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/17/2009 9:41:58 AM
  • GABAY29
    Are you tracking your sodium intake??? Sometimes people eat in their calorie range and exercise regularly but don't lose weight because their sodium intake is too high.
    You can add sodium to your tracker. Try to always keep it under 1800mg a day.
    4306 days ago
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