Only 2 lbs to goal!

Saturday, January 12, 2008

Woo Hoo! I don't know what I did other than cut most all carbs out but I've finally managed to get below 148 lbs. I've been there since Dec 17th. I know, I know we had holidays but I don't like to be on a plateau. I'm just 2 lbs from goal and my calories haven't been radically low either. I started taking a tablespoon or two of olive oil again. It's so good for you and helps your skin, hair and your good cholestrol, plus it helps you to feel satisfied. Not all fats are bad and you would do well to add some to your diet. It could be, with the low carbs, the reason I broke my plateau. Anyway, I'm excited again. I'd begun to think I'd never get below 148, or even back down to it. I don't mind losing slowly but it's the days my weight goes up for no reason and then down the next day for weeks that bothers me.
The doggy is my Zacky when he was without all his hair. He's wearing an newborn baby's undershirt. I call it jammy time!
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  • JOEGIRL6113
    Congratulations to you! Only 2 pounds to your goal! That is just great. I would have never thought of just taking olive oil by the tablespoon. Perhaps was helpful for you. You have done a great job! I think your little dog is cute in his jammies. Rosy
    4756 days ago
  • IRETA49
    That's wonderful. I'm glad you broke the barrier. What an accomplishment you have to share about. It encourages me to see that "Yes it can be done!" Have a great week. Fran
    4756 days ago
    That is great advice. I just started eating my salads with a touch of olive oil and balsamic vinegar. I guess I should keep it up, huh? Great job on breaking through your plateau. I am waiting for the day I see 150 again. And then 148... and then 146... and... Thanks for the motivation! Great job!
    4756 days ago
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