ganymede wrote:DD Diva wrote: Yeehhhhaaahhhhh!!! Josie, congratulations hunnie! I'm so proud of you!!!
Hope you're going well too, and I'm really looking forward to your weigh in this Thursday; BRING IT HOME, GF!!!
It is currently Wed Oct 26, 2016 4:25 am
Blitz wrote:That's the peril of the daily weigh in!
But rather that than those Biggest Loser moments when they weigh in and have gained 3 kilos! Mind you - a gain like that you gotta have some sort of inkling that it was coming down the pipeline!
A very good effort Josie...keep it coming!
Cackleberry wrote:Haha yep....helpful.
For what it's worth, I don't prefer having wind blown up my a$$, sorry if the world doesn't stop still and listen to the almighty Diva. I am following a program the Diabetes Association recommended of making small changes. My husband lost 20kgs eating same food as me on the program and shock horror, the Diabetes Association did a story on him. He has kept the weight off too.
This is the last post I will bother typing to you, what a negative attitude you have. No wonder it is quiet around here!!
People are where they are on their journey. It is always a source of frustration to see people taking wrong turns, heading to dead ends and making unwise choices. As parents...seeing our kids repeat our old mistakes of the past are probably the most frustrating examples of that.
So in saying this, your way is the right way?? I have followed a 1300-1500 calorie eating plan before and lost 10kg. It worked. Doesn't sound like wrong way to me. I think you need to be a tad less close minded.
Meh, why am I wasting my time....
Cackleberry wrote:I am following a program the Diabetes Association recommended of making small changes. My husband lost 20kgs eating same food as me on the program and shock horror, the Diabetes Association did a story on him. He has kept the weight off too.
You say that you have followed a 1300-1500 calorie plan before, lost 10kg and that it worked. But you are wrong...it DIDN'T WORK. The experts measure success as reaching your goal weight and keeping it off for a year or more.
I wish you were following the Diabetes Association recommendation by making small changes. I've seen little evidence of it here. Indeed you seem to be making an effort to not to be making any changes at all.
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