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*sigh* it was so awesome when I was ON it, or at least close to it, WHY is it so hard to get going again?
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Plan: Atkins '72 It works best!
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*sigh* it was so awesome when I was ON it, or at least close to it, WHY is it so hard to get going again?


It IS hard to get going again. I've kind of tricked myself into it this time. I'm at a stage in life where most women struggle with weight gain and really struggle with losing it. Just before the new year I thought to myself "I probably can't lose weight because of my age." And the other half of me said "Prove it." So ... here I am 48 days later on track and down approx. 18 pounds. I'm failing to prove my statement.

This is the strategy I used back in 2004 when I dropped 50+ pounds: I told myself and a friend there was no weigh I could give up bread, etc. I told myself to prove it. And I failed to prove it because I did give up bread for nearly 15 years (it was candy that was my downfall).

Kinda odd thought process now that I read it.
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