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Wednesday, October 09, 2019

I had the fun job Monday of going down to the basement and dragging my totes of winter clothes up. I had some pants in those totes that I have not been able to wear for at least 3 years because they were too small. I usually go through the motions of trying them on, putting them in my dresser just in case I lose some weight this winter and then promise myself "next year" when I pack them back up to make room for capris in the spring. What a surprise when all of the pants fit! I'm beyond happy about this. Little changes work. If you're feeling discouraged, keep at it! It is so worth it
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    Oh how wonderful! I was able to fit in some large shirts (rather than XL) last month and I am super happy about it.
    9 days ago
    Thanks everyone. Good luck to all of us
    9 days ago
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    10 days ago
    Congratulations! On being able to wear pants this year that did not fit last year.
    10 days ago
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  • JOANN25
    Awesome. That must have made you feel really good to find that they fit. Good job.
    10 days ago
    That’s so awesome, good for you! I have a little boxed away of non fitting clothes. Every once and a while I pull it out and think will I still want this when it fits? If not I have been getting rid of them. Oh how nice it will be to shop in smaller sizes. I wonder sometimes if the people making larger sizes even rally look how they hang on a real person before the go selling them.
    I told someone recently how much I was and they really looked shocked. I said the clothes you choose can really make a difference. I can’t wait for my six month program to pass, and I’ll be in more comfortable clothes.
    10 days ago
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