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Lose 5lbs + in January 2019

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  • alexhaygalexhayg Posts: 52Member Member Posts: 52Member Member

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    Isn't that annoying? My scale is inconsistent and I don't know if I should buy a new one.[/quote]

    I was so disheartened when I found out but never mind! What's another 7lbs between friends 😂😂
  • tiabirdie56tiabirdie56 Posts: 1,605Member Member Posts: 1,605Member Member
    •Lose 5 lbs in January 2019•

    December 2018 - Lost 2.4lbs 😃

    Original starting wgt: 253
    January starting weight: 178 (fluid retention)
    January goal: 170
    ❄Updating every day through January until completely back on track.

    •Monday Updates•📌
    1/01- 178 - Oh yeah, midnight eating and a little champagne. My weight is between 174 & 175 this is fluid.
    1/102 - 177.2
    1/03 - 175.8
    1/04 - 177.6 - Felt miserable all day yesterday with some type of weird allergy cold again. Exercised, ate dinner and went to bed later than usual. Now gut is upset. What the what?!
    1/05 -177.2 - Had no appetite most of the day yesterday, runny nose, gut in an uproar, whole 9 yards of misery. Took some cold medicine late afternoon and then proceeded to overeat cookies.😦
    1/06 - 178.2 - Still with the carb craziness!
    📌 1/07 - 177.2 - Coming back down. This "allergy cold" still hanging on. I will be staying under 20 grams of carbs today. (That should say net carbs.)
    1/08 - 174.4 - 18g net carbs, 16g net is the plan today.
    1/09 - 174.8 - I did better than planned yesterday, 19g carbs, 12g net. Today's plan is 16g/13g net.

    1/10 - 174 - 20g carbs, 17g net carbs.

    📌 1/14
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    📌1/28
    ❄1/31


  • dawnbgethealthydawnbgethealthy Posts: 218Member Member Posts: 218Member Member
    @tiabirdie56
    What is the difference between net carbs and carbs?
    I don't really look at that stuff, I am more about calories in/calories out, but I am interested to know.
  • mamarhmamarh Posts: 31Member Member Posts: 31Member Member
    SFJULES66 wrote: »
    alexhayg wrote: »
    Resubmitting this as found my scales were incorrect :( but also forgot that I had actually already managed to lose 10.5lbs from 2016!! so why not give myself the credit for it! :D

    Original starting weight - 150.5
    January starting weight - 140
    January goal - 135
    Ultimate goal - 125


    January 6th - 140
    January 13th -
    January 20th -
    January 27th -

    Total loss for January -

    Isn't that annoying? My scale is inconsistent and I don't know if I should buy a new one.


    what do you count as OSW? was that when you originally started MFP? I’m wondering where people get their OSW?
  • TazzythatsmeTazzythatsme Posts: 200Member Member Posts: 200Member Member
  • SFJULES66SFJULES66 Posts: 79Member, Premium Member Posts: 79Member, Premium Member
    I think OSW ( original starting weight) refers to when people started MFP or perhaps even before then.
    I personally don’t put my OSW in my heading.
    edited January 10
  • Running2FitRunning2Fit Posts: 580Member Member Posts: 580Member Member
    mamarh wrote: »
    SFJULES66 wrote: »
    alexhayg wrote: »
    Resubmitting this as found my scales were incorrect :( but also forgot that I had actually already managed to lose 10.5lbs from 2016!! so why not give myself the credit for it! :D

    Original starting weight - 150.5
    January starting weight - 140
    January goal - 135
    Ultimate goal - 125


    January 6th - 140
    January 13th -
    January 20th -
    January 27th -

    Total loss for January -

    Isn't that annoying? My scale is inconsistent and I don't know if I should buy a new one.


    what do you count as OSW? was that when you originally started MFP? I’m wondering where people get their OSW?

    I use the highest weight I ever saw on the scale.
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