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Re: needing lots of encouragement 130kgs and need to shrink

Postby largemummy » Thu Apr 22, 2010 10:17 am

hey curvy girl,
i fell off the wagon big time after easter kept trying to get back on but failing... so i missed a weigh in and ate way to much crap. i weighed in on the 20th at 123.7
so far my weighins are
22/3/10 129kg
30/3/10 125kg
07/4/10 124.2
14/4/10 DNW
20/4/10 123.7 kg So total loss in 1 month is 5.3 kg not to shabby,

im back on the wagon this week and going strong!!! thanks for checking up on me!!! :D
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Re: needing lots of encouragement 130kgs and need to shrink

Postby curvygirl » Wed Apr 28, 2010 8:12 pm

LM over 5 kilos in a month is fantastic. Any loss is good news so well done. Have a great week
Need to get motivated.
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Re: needing lots of encouragement 130kgs and need to shrink

Postby Sassyt » Wed Apr 28, 2010 10:51 pm

Hey there LM Well done
You are really doing great... Your losses are just fantastic!!!
Keep @ it
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Re: needing lots of encouragement 130kgs and need to shrink

Postby waterbaby » Sun May 16, 2010 3:03 pm

Hey there!! How are you going LM? Hope you are still powering ahead!
Come back and fill us in or get some cheering up - whatever you need. :wink: ...!
Rach
xoxoxoxo
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Re: needing lots of encouragement 130kgs and need to shrink

Postby largemummy » Mon May 31, 2010 10:25 am

cheering up is needed :( totally lost the weight loss mojo! havent done anything major about it the last 2 weeks though i have been eating oats for breakfast, and having stew/ meat 3 vege/ homemade soup (that turns into stew, im not a good cook) for dinner but lunch time i usually have crap :( i had way to much cheese/crakers/wine this weekend and felt it yeterday lol im not a big drinker but golly gosh 1 and a half bottles of wine alf a pack of clix and to much brie and appricot/almond cheese wheel. none the less had a salad for lunch yesterday.
was naughty and had 2 slices of fruit loaf for breakfast today instead of oats might have a TF shake for lunch. and make meat and vege for tea.
feeling very un motivated since it wet/ dreary and rainy, 2 hours ago i opened all the blinds/ doors etc to let the sun stream in it was beautiful, now its grey and miserable :( oh well going to work up some energy to clean. at least its some sort of exercise... oh and i havent been to work for 2 weeks :( very miserable with out exercising
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Re: needing lots of encouragement 130kgs and need to shrink

Postby EvilWombatQueen » Mon May 31, 2010 12:04 pm

Sorry to hear you've lost your mojo. It's perfectly natural. Weight loss is a long journey so it's impossible to be 100% motivated all the time!

I think you need to pat yourself on the back for the things you're still doing right. Obviously they've become healthy habits so you deserve congratulations for that! Your breakfasts and dinners sound great. Good on you! Housework counts as light exercise, too. So cleaning is a good way to work on your health while it's too miserable to go outside!

Is there any way you could do minor changes to help get your lunches back on track? Can you pack left-overs as lunch? Or if you buy lunch, is there a slightly healthier alternative you could choose, at least for a few days a week until your mojo starts returning? For instance, if you are buying Maccas is there a Subway nearby instead? They have some healthier low-fat options.

Good luck!
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