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Monthly Weigh in and Quick Hello!

Monday, December 03, 2012

Just a quick update and hello.

Hope the holidays are going well so far. I just drank...a skinny version of eggnog I made up!

Almond milk
A couple of drops of eggnog extract (I have also used sugar free eggnog syrup)

Not completely the same, but a skinny facsimile! I WILL drink the real, full calorie version, but trying to put it off as long as possible.

I was THRILLED to lose 2 lbs in November, even with Thanksgiving. I ate a lot for a few days, but planned to balance that out by cutting back a lot the week after, and doing a lot of extra exercise the last couple of weeks, including Thanksgiving. I plan to tackle this month the same way. I no longer think that I will reach my normal BMI of 173 this year, but 2 more lbs and I will have lost 20 lbs this year, which would bring me to a total of 57 lbs since the beginning of 2011...and that is possible. We'll see. After losing weight in November, I think that I can do it again, if my body cooperates!

There is a lot of stress right now, won't get into it all now, but I am moving this month after Christmas within the building (will explain about that decision later) and lots of stress with stuff going on with my SO. Happily, it is all acting like an appetite suppressant!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KKKAREN 12/4/2012 8:49AM

    Don't get too stressed out, spend some time on you! Congrats on the weight loss.

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MSLZZY 12/4/2012 7:40AM

    Just focus on what has to be done now and worry
about moving later. There is too much going on
to worry about all that. You are doing great!

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TRYINGTOLOSE64 12/3/2012 10:00PM

    Congrats on the 2 pounds lost in November...that's more then I lost in november!!

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