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At a plateau for a week now......

Tuesday, October 08, 2013

not too discouraged about it, though.
I will take my measurements now. I know I'm losing inches because my clothes fit much better.
I was looking forward to 199, still 3 pounds away!
I'm exercising, by riding my bike and walking.
Dinner is much later now since my daughter and grand daughter have been here.
That could have something to do with it.
AND I'm eating closer to the top of my caloric and fat intake.
hmmm, all and all I'm doing good.
I will lose weight if I keep doing what I'm doing! I'm going to add protein powder, buy a tape measure and stay motivated!
a week is a long time to plateau....... hmmm
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  • MICKEYH
    Way to go for NSV!! When I was in my plateau over 3 weeks or so, switched to vegetarian way of eating and busted my plateau. I was so desperate. But glad I did change the way of my eating habit. I now eat much healthier now.
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  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Amen! You are planning your work and working your plan. It will happen! HUGS
    2812 days ago
  • LEEWORD
    Sounds like you have it all under control.
    Just keeping up with a granddaughter should burn some of those calories. And then again, sometimes the scale will surprise you with a sudden loss.
    Keep on keeping on!
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    2812 days ago
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    I would not worry, staying the same for 1 week is not really a plateau. There are some weeks where my weight does not change - you could be retaining water. But you are noticing a change in your clothes - so that is an NSV - non-scale victory! Just keep doing what you are doing and you will most likely see the scale move next week!
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    2812 days ago
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