Saturday, September 11, 2010

Weigh-In For Week 57

Maybe I will turn out to be a visual learner.

9 comments:

  1. Nice breakthrough this past week!

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  2. ooooooo...I need to this. This speaks to me. Says a lot, doesn't it! Thanks for the idea!

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  3. That helps me too. My husband was kind enough to put together an Excel spreadsheet that I type in my weight on weigh in day and it creates a line graph similar to yours. Seeing the change in that line can definitely motivate me to do the right thing.

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  4. I was just catching up on your blog. I haven't had time to read in a while. you are doing awesome and I absolutely love your video. It is so inspiring! You are so beautiful and you should be so proud of yourself!

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  5. Mine probably looks something similar. Sometimes you gotta take a step back to see what's really going on.

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  7. I left the following comment in August on an earlier blog post. I'm not sure if you got it or not, but I thought it might bear repeating:

    I was thinking about you this evening and your recent struggle up the scale and decision to just maintain for a while. I wondered if it had anything to do with your decision to stop blogging in the morning. So, I had to find this blog to see if it coincided with your gains. It looks like you continued to lose for a couple more weeks after this, but I still wonder if they are somehow related. In this entry, you mention blogging in the morning sets you up for an on-track day. I would like to challenge you to return to your morning blogging. If you don't have time to dual blog, then just blog in the mornings to set yourself up for an on-track day.

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  8. Now this is really weird...when I read your last post, I was going to suggest that graphing your weight might help show trends. I guess great minds run in the same ruts! :)

    Maintenance can be harder than losing because it lacks the achieving-a-future-goal drive of weight loss. There isn't a scale reward at the end of the week, either. Add to that the fact that losing large amounts of weight puts the body into a kind of panicky survival mode, raising your hunger levels to the stratosphere, and it's hard not to regain. The only thing that has helped me in the past was running (helps control hunger & raises mood) & cutting back on starchy & sugary carbs (big hunger enhancers, causing a huge insulin release--and insulin is the fat-storing hormone).

    But you can do this. You turned the boat at 266 and you can turn the boat now.

    Kathy W.

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  9. Oh cool. I need to this. This speaks to me. Says a lot, doesn't it! Thanks for the idea!
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