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1/20/09 12:22 P

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You can also take some of your bigger pants and turn them into skirts, it's very in style right now, I saw it the store the other day and was amazed to see a skirt that designed just like that, it was a jean skirt, and it was the bottom of the jeans that filled in the gaps between the inside knee areas.

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It does make sense, thank you Gini. Most of my changes have been made regarding what and how much I eat. I need to start taking steps to get more active.

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There's some pretty good articles on plateaus where our body just doesn't seem to want to loose any more weight. I've been told that's the time to change up the routine, do some new exercises and let your muscles have a new experience, if that makes sense.

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1/19/09 7:55 P

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Elvira, you are just a wealth of information. That is a fantastic idea to get skirts. As I gained weight, I only bought pants because I wanted to hide my stubby legs but now that they are looking like legs and not stumps, I'll have to try getting more skirts. And, like you, I have also decided I don't want to buy a "wardrobe" until I have reached my goal weight.

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Well I took all mine in via the old sewing machine, and visited the thrift shops, not to mention raiding all of my 8 sisters wardrobes. Second I decided I wasn't going buy new clothes until I got to my desired weight. So my clothes are being recycled and redesigned and so far have been working out really well. Especially since I have been sticking to buying skirt at the thrift shops they are easy to take in, and you can get them really cheap.

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I have come to a conclusion regarding my weight loss -- I have stalled for several months now emoticon -- I haven't really started gaining weight back, but I'm not losing anymore either - and I am coming to the conclusion that part of the (subconcious) reason why is because I have reached a point that the clothes that were too tight for me are now becoming baggy (not falling off, mind you, but not well-fitting), but I don't have the desire or budget to go out and buy new clothes that I intend to "shrink" out of. Any ideas on how to get past this?

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