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Yay it is working! I lost 2 pounds!

Sunday, December 29, 2013

I haven't had the time to measure, which I can't wait to do, but the scale says 212. (actually it says 211.6, but I also weighed myself around 11pm last night and it was 212 so I'm going to stick with that).

That's a 2 pound loss during a holiday week! I'm very proud of myself. I love walking, I love drinking water, I love eating veggies - I really think this is a lifestyle change that is going to stick.

I love that there is less blubber rubbing together even when I'm laying down. That was one of my main motivation was feeling just... fat... everywhere. Arms, legs rubbing together. Bleh. TMI I'm sure but ... oh well! :)

My goal was to weigh 200 by May 15th (my birthday). I think I will easily meet that goal. If I lose 1 pound a week that's meeting my goal in April. After that my plan was to weigh 180 by Halloween. So when I get to 180 I will reevaluate my goals and see how much more I need to lose. My body was always sorta comfortable at 180, I'm 5'9... must do more research!

I'm still feeling terribly flu-y, so time to take some DayQuil and put on my Adventure Time pjs! Have a fantastic week :)
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  • TSISQUAUSDI
    Two pounds down!! Yay!!!
    2612 days ago
  • SABLENESS
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    2614 days ago
  • RENAEPARANORMAL
    Congratulations!

    I know what you mean by that rubbing / touching thing. It's just annoying. (There are so many annoying things about being overweight and out-of-shape.)

    Your milestones sound very do-able. Here's to having the new year be on of the best ever.
    2614 days ago
  • MISSA526
    emoticon On the weight loss, that is, not on feeling flu-y. I hope you get feeling better! emoticon emoticon
    2615 days ago
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