SKINNYMINNIE25

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Monday, March 17, 2014

After writing my last entry, I think I immediately quit doing No S. I am six and a half months retired and just now getting back to it. Since the beginning of March, I've been following No S and finding it easy and rewarding. My pants are looser and I feel good and confident. For the first time in my life I am loosing weight w/out counting calories or points. I keep no food journal or follow no diet plan. No S is not a diet to me. It's common sense. I am no longer afraid of being hungry. I am eating clean and feel healthy in my body. I no longer obsess about food. This is huge for me. I have lost and gained so much weight since high school. I have sneaked food and lied about it. Because I'm not overly heavy, people scoff at the idea of me. Having an eating disorder. Well maybe it's an eating problem. I feel like I've finally made peace with food. I find this website unnecessary although it has been a huge support in the past. No more little games. I'm just going to live a normal life, eating whT I want and being happy.
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  • DEB62BIE62
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    2166 days ago
  • SKINNYMINNIE25
    I have another blog, www.theadventuresofdostortas.com where you can follow our antics.
    2167 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/18/2014 8:58:58 AM
  • PICKIE98
    You aren't going to leave us, are you? Your progress encourages me.. I hope your retirement finds you discovering things to do that you did not have time for, before.
    2167 days ago
  • no profile photo CD12785468
    I am glad you have found the path that works for you
    However; I am sad that I just found you and you are leaving.
    Fare thee well
    Will be 2015 before I can say the same sort of good bye

    2167 days ago
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