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Thursday, January 12, 2017

Not quite two weeks into the new year, not quite 2 pounds eliminated... and to be truthful I haven't really been active this week. I got a freebie week off work because I had PTO to blow before the end of fiscal year (and we have a laughably tiny labor percent this month) so I've been sewing and cleaning and catching up a few things that have fallen by the wayside. Incidentally my depression stopped in for tea and sympathy at the same time... jerk. On the upside I really don't feel like eating when I'm depressed.

I did, however hit my water goals without thinking about it; my kidneys are healthy AF right now. :D

Oh, and I haven't had soda at all this year. Score!

If I can keep up a pound a week I can definitely hit my goals by Halloween. :) Won't that be awesome? I should re-create the vampire countess costume I wore last time I was that weight. *lol* I was wicked adorable... and just shy of 17, but whatever. That was just a couple months after my PCOS reared its head and made itself known... well, started throwing my body off whack, as it were. I didn't know what was wrong with me until I was 22 or so.

Remind me to post the picture of me in that scarlet satin dress on my fridge. :D
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  • JULIELM1
    Oh, and remember to post your picture on the fridge:-)
    550 days ago
  • JULIELM1
    Keep going! You can do it. After my first week I lost 1lb - weighed myself today. Haven't been very active due to illness and injury but, I'm still happy that I've made a start with tracking the food and I'm building up towards my water target!!
    550 days ago
  • JPUMA62
    Would love to see that!!
    550 days ago
  • SHELAKAY46
    Keep on going you can do it ??
    550 days ago
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