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October 28, 2016

Totally have hit a wall in my weightloss. I’m so frustrated. I don’t know that I will be able to meet my goal of 66 pounds down by the end of the year. I’m at 54. Football season always makes it hard to be good,  but I feel like I’m starting to have to deal with some old emotional stuff before I can get pass this next hump. I’ve been varying my workouts and still trying to be careful with my diet, but I can literally feel the hitch in my get-up. I don’t think it’s the rain, I know there’s something in my past I have to work through before I go through this next stage. It’s old stuff, stuff I’ve dragged around long enough. I need it gone and the break through will happen. Just acknowledging that already helps to make me feel better. 


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