I didn't reply to this thread as I didn't want to get in to another lose weight "competition".
Suffice to say I've reached a very sad weight again. At 45 years of age you'd think I'd get "it". I don't get it.
Currently listening to David Goggins audio book and while I'm still not sold on the guy, there have been a number of things resonate with me.
1. If you want something, it doesn't matter how many times you fail. Learn from the failure and go again. And again. And again.
2. There is no finish line. When it comes to my weight loss, I've always had target weights to reach, to lose, dates, time periods, what ever. I need to make a complete and utter livable life style change. A habit that is doable, repeatable and enjoyable. As when it comes to my weight health the only finish line that counts is death.
Keep going people.