Back to my pre-pregnancy weight/size (see my profile picture)! Given where I started in my weight loss journey (Size 22W), I think I didn't do too badly with my pregnancy -- my baby is now 6 months old, and I'm a comfortable size 8, though I can fit in SOME of my 6's. Most of my wardrobe is size 4, however, and many of the tailored things had the waist taken in to boot. After being that size for three years, I sort of got used to it, and feel "large" now, even though I'm much smaller than I had been most of my adult life.
I was hoping to be back to "normal" by the time the seasons changed, so I can wear my nice fall/winter clothes... but I'm not there yet. Weight loss has been really slow, unfortunately, but I'm hoping that slow and steady will win this race...
Before I had my son and gained all this weight after i was a size 10 but I gotta say, I'll be happy if i can fit into a size 12/14 right now. maybe even a size 16. When i get there I'll revisit the size goal
Tell them to mind their own business. "look how little your sister has gotten" they say.. I say "yes she can afford a nutritionist and a personal trainer." But I have seen her really balloon too. We all do.
Right now I just wish I could fit into the clothes I have so I will say 14. My goal is to wear a size 10 that does not hurt to put on. At my slimmest I wore some 6 s but not for long and not very comfortably.
I really don't know what size, sizes have really changed over the years. I am about a 16 now I think... and I NEED and WANT to lose 90 pounds in a year for my sons wedding, however a sensible friend told me to shoot for 50.... I am on my way lost 3 this week. So whatever size after my 90 pound loss?
I would love to be a size 16, seemingly I am size 22, was 28 when I made this change in my life. I know it doesn't take over night, its been a year and a half. weighing in my biggest 326lbs and now 264lbs. My goal is being under that 200lbs mark.
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A size 12 or even a 10 would be great. Not sure how this is possible, but after eating right & working out I'm the same size (14) at 175 pounds as when I was at 145/150 twenty years ago! Any explanations to that one???
By the way, my goal is to get back down to that weight range. So I imagine I should be a 12 or 10 by then.
Why choose failure when success is an option? If you want to change your body, you must first change your mind.
My goal is to reach a 16...maybe even 14 I have always been on the larger side even in high school I was an 18 after my son i was a 20 and just kept going from there. I am currently my largest at size 24 and need to start going in the opposite direction. I dont want to get too small but once I reach my goal depending on how I feel and I see if I need to go smaller
You can! I was always an 8, that became a 10. When those were too tight I decided I had to change. I made it back to 10, then 8, then 6. I was amazed. I never remembered being that size. Then I dropped even more and made it into size 4. I was amazed and never thought it could happen. Good luck! Take your time. Portion control and snacking were my biggest issues. I just remind myself when I am craving...I want to look and feel amazing. That helps control my cravings (not always, but mostly). I hope your journey in weight loss will turn amazing results.
I'm in a size 14 right now. I felt most confident about my post-kid body in a size 4. However, every size on the way down will feel wonderful! I might even find a happy weight before I get to that "ideal".
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