Hello! I'm new here. My drastic move away from my family and into a town where I knew nobody one year ago caused me to gain 30 pounds. In the last 6 months, I have shed 29 of those pounds. However, I was a bit heavy before I moved, so now I want to lose the 16 pounds left that are keeping me from being a healthy weight. For some reason, this tiny little hurdle has been the biggest one. As I have been going for walks and going to the gym on a more frequent basis than before, I seem to be needing to eat more than when I was trying to lose those last 29 pounds (I never went hungry ever during that time). This is an awkward transition, because suddenly my body doesn't match my previous diet plan and as a result, I am at a plateau (and always really hungry!). Any suggestions? I'm in no rush to shed the weight, but I definately don't want to gain back what I've lost already! Thanks! I hope to talk to many of you soon =) Jenn
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