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good weeks and bad weeks


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You could try splitting your shakes into two to curb the hunger.
Tiredness is just a symptom of TFR that can come and go at anytime. I had a few days of that during week 3, but it soon passed.

Just persevere, it will go. You are doing great so far, well done.


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Sleep as much as you can and go for lots of walks when you are awake, i know it sounds daft but the walks will help you sleep and keep your mind off food while you are walking


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I was very tired at the begining of the week but it has passed amazingly quick. If you are tired and you can have a nap/siesta, works wonders.
Don't focus on how you are feeling, focus on the end result, this is a marathon and requires endurance to get through, walking, napping, water, ring a friend, go on the internet looking at what you want when you acheive goal, make a list of these things and put them somewhere you see them regularly so that you can pick one and re-focus x


Positivity is the key
hi Corkguy38, are you called that because you hail from the wonderful city on the Lee or you drink a lot of wine. Your weight loss is great,you are over half way there in such a short space of time, well done. I am only starting out first weigh in Monday, so we'll see we'll see! Hope you are getting some rest and feeling less tired.
Congratulations from a Kerry woman.


maintaining since June'09
If you're hungry you're not drinking enough - I've said it in another of your threads but I can absolutely vouch for this as it's happened to me! I'm assuming you're a man? In which case 6lts of water would be the max.
When I only have the minimum 2lts (not incl shakes and hot drinks) - I get hungry too!

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