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November Weight Loss Goal. . Status

Friday, November 30, 2012

Welp, I didn't make it! emoticon emoticon

Was making emoticonprogress then suddenly everything went haywire. . .jumped 4 lbs overnight and have been battling those 4 lbs these past three weeks.

Today, I weighed in - even those it's not an official day - felt lighter and just wanted to know! Back to my Nov 8 weight
And that's a GOOD thing. I won't get that fitted blouse which was my stated reward BUT I have purchased additional workout clothing a WHOLE SIZE SMALLER!

To be sure, it's all a lil snug (tops especially) but I cover that with one of those slightly blousy tank-top covers which hangs long enough.

Also, Trainer did an official measury using a tool I don't know the name of and says I've lost 1% body fat in the past three weeks!

So, I failed to meet my November Weight Loss Goal. . .but I am def smaller round and I'm headed back down on the pounds.
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    I say you are a winner! And the # on the emoticon is not the end all. Keep on working toward your "ultimate" goal and know this is a life journey with no end. A journey to fitness, healthy and happiness for a long life and then it seems less pressing to happen in a prescribed length of time perhaps. Meanwhile, keep on rockin' out, movin' it and it will ALL come together!

    Make it count!
    1932 days ago
    You made progress in the areas that really matter--you are slimmer and have less body fat! The scale can only measure the effect of gravity on the body, not tell you where that weight came from; it can be muscle, bone, water, fat.... So I think losing inches and having a lower body fat % means you WON in the areas that mattered most. Way to go!

    1932 days ago
    Yay, Dolly. Progress is progress - one way or another. A smaller size is definitely moving toward your goal. emoticon
    1933 days ago
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