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Saturday, May 05, 2012

I get like this every so often, then I'll get a big NSV moment and feel better. Just hoping the NSV moment comes soon.

I was feeling pretty good about myself until I saw some pictures taken of me yesterday. Yuck. I thought I looked a lot better than that! Maybe it was the clothes. The too big shirt, the slightly too big shorts. But just ugh. Hubs asked if I needed to go and look at some pictures from our trip last year. I'm going to try it, but I'm not sure I'll see a difference.

Then today, my weight is still up a bit from Tuesday. And, I cleaned out my closets. I hadn't put up my winter clothes yet. So, that was the task for the day. In doing that, I found some summer things I'd forgotten about. I so hoped they were too big. But no...they still fit. They felt big in the butt and legs, but hubs said they were just fine.

I really want a pair of pants to just fall off of me. Maybe these things were tight last year. Or the year before. Who knows. I don't feel like I'm losing enough of my belly to progress. I do feel really bloated. Probably from the icky food I've eaten today (stayed within range).

Blargh...
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  • v WOUBBIE
    If you've ever watched "What Not To Wear" you'll know that one of the worst things you can do if you still need to lose some weight is to wear oversized clothes, which is probably what you saw in those pictures.

    Change is gradual but it does happen! How about doing something positive to help your progress along? I find that I often get a WHOOSH on the scale and in the mirror if I up my water intake for a couple of days (I'm always still a little on the low side because I drink coffee and beer. My bad!)
    1572 days ago
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