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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.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:

    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!

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ZANNACHAN 12/1/2012 1:40PM

    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!

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NORWOODGIRL 11/30/2012 3:02PM

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

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