Unfortunately, was up at Weigh in

Well, when I went to get weighed I was off 1.5 lb. It’s very disappointing.

But, what can I do? I know where I went wrong this week. It’s onwards and upwards now, next week will be a better week. Going to exercise a lot this week and make sure I don’t go over my sins. It’s very healthy. I can turn this around. I know I can.Well, when I went to get weighed I was off 1.5 lb. It’s very disappointing.

But, what can I do? I know where I went wrong this week. It’s onwards and upwards now, next week will be a better week. Going to exercise a lot this week and make sure I don’t go over my sins. It’s very healthy. I can turn this around. I know I can.I stayed for the group this morning after getting weighed, glad I did. we had a good group meeting, got lots of tips, so, for next week I’m going to work really hard. I can turn this around.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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