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Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Finally on track! I'm not trying to give myself too much credit tho.... don't want to mess up a good thing. I certainly like this momentum I am building. Last week I lost 7.4 pounds. That's the best I've done in a long time and I can't tell you how much I needed that!!!!
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  • GRANDMABEAST63
    Awesome mon amie !!!! emoticon
    1303 days ago
  • HEALTHYINNOOGA
    7.4 lbs....wow.....that is too much.


    Trust me here, this can't be a race.


    I went back to see your specifics....maybe it isn't at your weight, and I hope you aren't taking this the wrong way. When I was at my heaviest, I lost a good amount in a short period of time.


    Just understand that 7 lbs a week isn't sustainable, not healthy after a point.


    I think a lot of us were always a bit on the plump side, but not near where we are or were. It took years to put on enough weight to finally say enough is enough. That's why I say we can't expect to drop weight we gained over 20 years in 1-2 years and hope to keep it off.


    I started this journey at about 285 lbs. I now weigh 194-197 depending on how the scale wants to treat me that morning, so say 195-196. I have pics to see. I have held that for 1.5 years, so I have a good grasp on what I need to do to maintain.....but I want to lose another 10-15 lbs, and am having a hard time. I need some help.



    1303 days ago
  • NIKKSJOURNEY
    emoticon emoticon ! That's emoticon ! emoticon emoticon !
    1303 days ago
  • TIME2BLOOM4ME
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    1304 days ago
  • 1HAPPYSPIRIT
    Great job on the weight loss! Keep up the wonderful work!
    1304 days ago
  • AML05030
    7 pounds in a WEEK? Good GOLLY! That's NUTS! Go girl go!
    1304 days ago
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