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A non-scale victory and some scale confusion!

Saturday, February 16, 2013

I'm excited to share that I just cleaned out my closet of all 1x clothing! My shirts felt like they were just hanging on me - which made me quite happy! Fitting into my XL clothes again. My pants feel longer these days. Looking forward to the measurement day to see if there is a difference.

Me and my scale have had an interesting week. . . . Not sure what it all means. On weigh in Wednesday, I was actually up from the previous week which was not consistent with the trend of my everyday scale visits. At 224.2, I was not happy, but did better not letting it affect my whole day. On Thursday and Friday, I was 222 on the dot. Today, I weighed myself after my closet cleaning and got 220.2. Not ready to celebrate the 220.2 yet. Hope it still says that tomorrow!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
POXYFAIRY 2/16/2013 10:28PM

    CONGRATS!! I wouldn't worry about the scale that much. You just threw out clothes!!! How awesome of progress is that!? I've lost a total of 7.75" and gained 4 lbs. So the scale isn't your friend sometimes, so just ignore it. Keep going and do your thing! Your weight will fluctuate day to day. emoticon

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KMM1123 2/16/2013 10:54AM

    I love NSV's!
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OLIVIANIGHT 2/16/2013 9:24AM

    I just had to get rid of a bunch of clothes too. I was kind of sad to see some of them go but at the same time it feels soooo good doesn't it!

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JGRAY76 2/16/2013 8:33AM

    WOW! Congratulations. It feels wonderful to purge the old clothes and start wearing smaller sizes. Keep up the good work.

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