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I still cannot believe I was a few pounds away from 300! What the hell happened? I was shocked when I hit 200 on the way up so many years ago.

Blah, blah, blah, I had a crappy week, had to overcome some things (like everyone), avoid overeating to compensate for the crappy week, and also squeeze in time to be active. Nobody chooses to gain the weight, but there comes a time when we realize the weight is too much and that something needs to be done. Here comes the diet industry to the rescue—the fastest, the easiest, the craziest. I have lost the weight, gained it back—and then some—again and again. Never before did I look at the WHY. Why did I gain the weight? Why have I been unable to lose it? And, why will this time be different? It is the why that makes this process that much more difficult, and at the same time it is the why that will make the weight loss last this time.

I have started being honest with myself and those around me, and although the weight loss is not as drastic as most of the radical fad diets out there, I am averaging a weight loss of two-plus pounds per week. And I have also answered some key life questions that will not only keep the weight off, but will continue my weight loss and, more importantly, build my best life that I will be able to share with everyone in my life.

Keep moving forward,

Bill
As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.

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