swim777 wrote: »
Welcome @alexsandrathompson. It sounds like you have a handle on this!@fitlulu4150 How was the garage sale?@Evamutt. I think finding different activities you enjoy is great. Perfection for me (having to always be rigid about exercise and foods) is often an issue for me. Being able to make this a lifestyle is what really works. Riding a bike is great exercise and sounds like a nice change of pace!
My week is going well. Hoping to go to a holiday craft show tomorrow. Lots of looking, and fun just to see what people create!
farmerswife14770 wrote: »
Hello y'all! I'm officially "Biblically old" according to my twin daughters: 60! HA! I'm still trying to lose 'baby weight' from my youngest from 30 years ago. Earlier this year I was at my heaviest ever, and remembered that I had checked in to MFP 3 years ago. Thankfully they don't give up on you! I've been back about 1 1/2 months and SLOWLY the lbs are coming off. My chiro asked me to go on a 'clean diet' for a few days . . . which turned into a week! Meat and veggies ONLY. No potatoes,chips, bread, corn (grain), and no oatmeal! I lost 3 lbs in a week. Worth it! I'm back on my 'regular' eating, but I'm really watching the bread.
My best to each of you on the quest to your goal. Don't look back, just keep looking forward to the finish line. WE can do it!!
JewelLiz wrote: »
Hey Everyone! 63 here. Been trying to loose about 10 to 15 lbs. Seems like forever! Tried MFP a few months ago and then as the saying goes "life got in the way" So Im back at it again. I record my meals and water consumption. I do great all week, but come the weekend...BAM...
I re-started a few days ago and Im down about 1 1/2 pounds...its a start! Every step forward is a positive step right?
Good luck everyone!
7sorok wrote: »
Good day, my dear friends. As of today, I have lost 52 lbs and I'm very proud of myself. I just wish my face would not go down with my weight. I know that's superficial, but I don't want to look old because I don't feel old (as I said before I'm 69). I've been searching the internet for natural collagen replacements such as foods, creams, etc. that will not affect my health because I have some nasties in my body that I'm trying to keep under control. Does anybody have any good solution? And, is anybody as vulnerable or it's just me?
annliz23 wrote: »
Finally lost another pound, I was beginning to get a bit frustrated as I was static but here we go, i just need to give it a big push over the next few weeks as i am bound to put so on over Christmas but never mind that's life for you. Good luck everyone!
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