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Sunday, July 21, 2013

I can fit most of my clothes right now. That is saying a lot because most of the time I can barely fit half of them. I still own clothes I wore in junior high. I don't think I will ever fit those again, but if I did...I am bringing the 80s back with a vengeance...LOL

You know what I noticed since my weight yo-yos is that when I get down to a same weight I was before my body is different. The last time I weighed this amount I was much skinnier in the thighs, whereas this time I have lost more weight in the waist area. I sometimes get worried about what I am doing to my body flucuating my weight so much so often.

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MUGSYCAT 7/21/2013 12:37PM

    Just keep in mind that as you "age" your body is going to "spread" in different areas. It's sad to say, but perfectly normal and healthy! I have a friend who has always been tall and thin and beautifully built. She works hard to keep her figure, but at the age of 60 she told me that she used to be a C cup and is now a D cup, but only because of the "sag of age". Also, she had to buy different styles in pants because her backside got bigger, but she has to alter them because her waist is the same size. She is still a size 4, but our bodies settle into age differently.
Congrats on fitting into your clothes! That has to be a GREAT feeling!

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MMMMMM4 7/21/2013 2:26AM

    LOL loved the 80's

I understand what you mean, I also have a wardrobe where I fit maybe into about 30% of it. Yesterday I started throwing out I know I wont fit into again. I decided I dont need a negative reminder. My goal is to eliminate 1-2 pieces a day.

I to question what effect my up and down weight has on my body healthwise,

Keep up the good work.

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EOWYN2424 7/21/2013 2:22AM

    Keep on going!

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