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Elastic waistband worn to much says my non-elastic waistband.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The other day I put on a pair of jeans and it was almost to tight. I looked for a larger size in jeans but I guess I got rid of them. I'm glad I could actually fit into the size I had but stretching them out left my tummy marked with red welts. I guess I forgot I had gained weight since I downsized my jeans.

Using a fixed waistband surely is a eye-opener. I am making the commitment to put on my jeans at least twice a week if not more, just to keep me aware of what is going on.

Have a wonderful day. I will. Still tackling the project of sorting and downsizing,

God Bless!
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  • PATTYCAKE17
    Tight jeans can certainly take the word DENIAL out of our vocabulary, can't they? good you tried them when you did while you can still get into them. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    938 days ago
  • NANCYPAT1
    Jeans are a truly unforgiving way to remind ourselves to pay attention to what we consume
    940 days ago
  • MARTHA324
    A friend of mine gave me a piece of advice years ago and that is to only eat when hou are wearing pants that DO NOT have an elastic waistband.

    Sounds like this was a wake up call and you'll be back on track in no time.
    941 days ago
  • GODSCHILDAMYB
    Putting on something tight can definitely keep you aware and keep the eyes open! It does mine! Don't give up!
    941 days ago
  • IOWAGRAMMA
    I know what you mean! Those waist bands can be murder. But, if we keep working at it, eventually they will loosen up and they'll be fitting really well, right? Good work!! emoticon
    941 days ago
  • SANDRALEET
    Keep on you will make it emoticon
    941 days ago
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