anawake13 wrote: »
Good morning all. Finally seeing the scale going the right direction. I've lost 15 lbs of the 30 my pulmonologist wanted so feeling better. I don't see him until January so hope to meet the goal. My intermediate goal is 10 lbs in 10 weeks which should be doable if I can stay focused. Hope you are all progressing. Thanks to all who post, it makes my day with positivity and camaraderie. 😃😃
Gilles093 wrote: »
j ai 59 ans si ca peux te motiver, sport+bonne alimentation
jsmh2 wrote: »
Hi Everyone, I'm 63 and have a long way to go. I managed to get rid of 75 pounds on my own and then just kind of lost my mojo so here I am working on getting that back. So far, so good, as I sip on my cucumber infused water. Since I live on my own, I don't buy anything that I shouldn't, sweets, cookies, cakes, ice cream. I do have a frozen pizza, but it has been there over a month and I'm waiting for a special occasion now. Thank goodness for the farmers market because I am loving all the fresh vege's. Plus keeping track really helps. It makes me think twice before I put it in my mouth because if I don't want to claim that I ate it then I don't. So, in a nut shell, that's me. I'm glad to meet you all!
AnnPT77 wrote: »
I got cleared on Wednesday to return to full normal activity, after my eye surgery (pars plana vitrectomy/membrane peel) around a month ago. Finally, I can carry my own boats again, thankfully - yay! It's super-random so not all that effective, but I did a little 2-round circuit on the outdoor exercise machines at the park, after rowing & my walk on Friday, to . . . ?celebrate?. Heh.
Today, went to a food-truck (etc.) festival in a small town North of here with a friend, after I was done rowing in the AM. While there, wandered around a good bit, ate some delicious chickpea curry, plus a coconut-milk vanilla popsicle (with chocolate chunks and hulled sunflower seeds in it); and bought some chocolates from my favorite chocolate-maker whose store is there. Perfect day for something like this, sunny and 70s F, breezy.
alteredsteve175 wrote: »
Hi, y'all. Been MIA for a few days.
Still riding the roller coaster at my house. Some good days - then some bad days. They changed Kathy's chemo regimen and she seems to tolerate these drugs better - most days. Constant joint/back pain has never gone away. They have decided that she can't take muscle relaxers - they said give her more oxycodone. That cannot be good long term. See the oncologist again on Wednesday. The fun never ends.☹
Did get away to Seattle for a couple of days. Went to two baseball games with my sons. That was an enjoyable break from this madness.
Fall weather is here and I'm loving it. Windows are open and lots of fresh air in the house. Great weather for walking and hiking with the dog.
Holding the line weight-wise. The usual upward blip from the excess eating and drinking on the Seattle trip, but the scale numbers are dropping again.
Keep up the good work, all. You are an inspiration on my dark days. 😍
swimmom_1 wrote: »
I'm on a few challenges. One of which was to be UNDER 200 lbs by 9/1, (didn't make that till 9/7/21-199.4 lbs), 195 lbs by 10/1 and 190 lbs by 11/1.
5/14/21-232.2 lbs started logging MFP
Again glad to have found you AGAIN!
jogajean wrote: »
Hi there! This is the first time I'm posting. Age 68 female, 175 pounds, 5'5". Have been on MFP for about a month but only have lost 5-6 pounds. Admittedly, it's early in the weight loss journey but I'm wondering how long it's going to take on a 1200-1500 calorie day diet, moderately active. Can anyone weigh in? (pun intended!) Thank you!
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