I'm looking for advice here, please!
So... I've just lost over 5kg in under 2 weeks.
A few words spring to mind... unhealthy and unsustainable seem to top the list.
How did I do this? I just haven't been eating very much. It's the end of semester at uni, and I'm really busy, so that affects things. The main bit though is someone... uh... declared interest in me, and I've had butterflies on and off since then. And, as I have discovered, eating when your tummy is full of butterflies is really, really uncomfortable, so I just haven't been doing it. (Which kinda sucks, cos then I get a sore tummy from not eating, but as soon as I eat I get a sore tummy from eating... *sigh* I digress...)
Anyway. I'm not interested in putting that 5kg back on, obviously. I like being 103.5kg better than being 108.9kg. But I know that with really rapid weight loss like that, you're almost certainly going to put it back on. So I was wondering if anyone could give me some advice on how to sustain it. And how to stay healthy while doing it. I'm pretty sure that I'm going to keep loosing weight fast over the next week or two, since neither of the things I suspect of causing this drop will be going away very quickly. So I also need some tips on staying healthy while being busy / loosing weight.
I should mention, too, that I haven't been actively trying to loose weight for a few months. I monitor my weight, because I find it interesting, but lately I've been pretty happy with myself, who I am and what I look like. And anyway, I don't have the money for the wardrobe change that always come with dropping a few kg. I pretty much just eat the same as my friends do, I eat when I'm hungry, I try to eat my vegetables, and I try to avoid the junk food, but I do eat it if I'm craving it, or if it's convenient. Course, that said, I'm always up for being a bit smaller, and I'd rather not put any on if I can help it.
Can anyone give me some tips, pretty please?