Notes on progress or trouble spots: Hoping this is not a temporary dip due to this nausea issue I am having but even if only half of it sticks I will be happy.
Goals for the Upcoming Week: Trying not to freak out as I have been dealing with some of my reoccuring pain and Friday marks the 1 year point of where I gained 10lbs in 3 days due to the hormone issues related to my chronic issue. I'm hoping that this doesn't happen again this year as it took me 6 months to get back down to 251 and yet another 6months to not even lose another 10lbs. I am logging today and repeating "I will not eat out of emotion today"
Never giving up and pushing forward will unlock all the potential we are capable of. ~Christy Borgeld
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