Mimi, that is just amazing! It is so inspiring to hear of these long-term weight loss maintenance stories. You deserve major kudos and should be VERY proud of yourself! I hope to be right where you are some day. I am SO sick of the yo-yo dieting and I'm trying like heck to be done with it forever.
"We're all on the same roller coaster, just in different seats." (Jason Mechalek)
Great job! We can all use a shot of inspiration and you seem to fit the bill.
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current weight: 115.0
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I'm a yo-yo dieter, too, always able to drop the weight like it was nothing but never able to keep myself motivated to keep the weight off. This is my year, and I'm NEVER going back. I'm looking forward to announcing my three years of maintanence...in two and a half more years!!
"Persistence: If something didnít turn out just right, I moved around it and adapted. I didnít let one step back stop me from moving forward."
Mimi - Thanks for sharing your pride and excitement with us! I am coming up on my own 2 year maintenance anniversary later this year and I know what a great achievement it is to know you are DOING IT!!
"If you keep on doing what you've always done you'll keep on going where you've always gone"
"The road is long With many a winding turn That leads us to who knows where Who knows where?"
SW 193 October 2004
GW 132 with Weight Watchers achieved Oct 2005
current weight: 147.0
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are in order for you. It shows that the program works if we work it. You are a great inspiration and thanks for sharing your joy with us.
Elayne from Florida Eastern Time Zone
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