Why is it that the last 10 pounds, or my my case 13, are always the hardest?
I started Weight Watchers (again) in August of 2009. By the time that November came around, I had already lost all the weight I’ve lost so far. I started at GULP….168lbs and I’m currently at 133. Since then, I have lost and gained the same 5 pounds over and over again. Some weeks I don’t try, other weeks I try and succeed, others I try and fail. I just can’t seem to shake the last few pounds. Every time I think I’m going to FINALLY break 130, BAM, back I go.
I know that I am to blame but if I could easily lose 35, why can’t I lose the last 10 or so??? Maybe I’ve reached a point where my body is comfortable with itself? Maybe “I” have reached a point where “I” am complacent with my weight? I don’t know. I’d love to make it to my goal of 120 but I’m losing hope. With all this running and working out I’ve doing for the past few months you’d think I’d have lost weight but alas, I haven’t. It’s just making me hungry ALL THE TIME. I’m always ravenous. As a matter of fact, I could eat a cow right now.
Maybe I’m destined to be forever pudgy (at 5’1.5″, 133lbs IS pudgy.)