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Thursday, May 08, 2014

I'm making progress. I'm keeping at it. Still under the weather, but also still tracking what I eat.

My weight is now lower than it's been in at least 6 months. Still higher than it was 14 months ago, though. (I didn't keep track of what was happening between February and November of 2013, when I apparently regained 20-some pounds. Ugh.)

I'm re-losing these pounds now, though.

And hopefully soon I'll get back to losing "new" pounds.

It may look like this is a journey stopped and started, that I've failed and started again just now. But really, it feels like a continuation of the same journey. Were there detours? Yes. Will there be more detours? Probably. But my determination to shed this fat suit hasn't waned.

I'm tempted to list a bunch of milestones to give myself something to aim for, but really, I already know the direction to head and how to get there. I know some of the landmarks I'll pass along the way. And maybe listing them out would just make me all the more aware of how long the trip is. For now, one day, one meal tracked, one step, one workout at a time is enough to know.

I can do this. I will do this. I AM doing this.
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  • VITCHY-VICKI
    That is great your doing this in small steps I need to do this also kinda been in a hole but one day at a time we both will see our goal - keep up the good work kido
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    2599 days ago
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    There are always detours. I love the picture on ADVENTURESEEKER's page about success. That's what this blog reminds me of. :)
    2603 days ago
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  • -POLEDANCEGIRL-
    You got this!! Keep at it!
    2603 days ago
  • MJRVIC2000
    That's GREAT! Keep it up and God Bless YOU! Vic.
    2603 days ago
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