tempe987 wrote: »
@emmyjaykay A purple door sounds awesome! I think we finally get around to replacing our front door I am going to do a dark teal color.
bobsburgersfan wrote: »
I know that @bmeadows380 has mentioned not really believing she's really the size she is. I might have the same issue. I've been wearing size 22 pants/jeans from Catherines. I've long believed that Catherines is one of the worst offenders for vanity sizing, so I've always figured I'm a 24 or higher in any other brand. Well, I now also have jeans in size 22 that came from Walmart. Yesterday I was at Target looking at some jeans and the 22s kind of looked like they would fit, but I talked myself out of it and got the size 24........they're too big. I guess I really do wear size 22, at least when it comes to plus-sized brands! (Although I am still convinced that ALL of them are vanity sized. There's just no way these hips are a true size 22.)
TheLastMrBig wrote: »
Worked overtime 4 days a week ...the weeks prior it was tough for me to sit up longer than 2 hours ...Also great food Selection and portion control all week .... praying more frequently and my faith in Lord and my abilities are improving
emmyjaykay wrote: »
My mom took her sister out for a birthday Macy's run today and they texted me a picture of the cutest jacket that was on major sale. It was the tippy top sizing in straight sizes which I definitely wouldn't have fit into in April. I figured I'd give it a shot because even if it was snug, I'm committed and I'll fit into it eventually. She just dropped it off and it is the most perfect fit! I can even zip it with room to spare!
eliezalot wrote: »
I went upside down yesterday!
I've been slowly working on increasing my strength, with the goal of being able to do a handstand, head stand, or other inversion by the end of the year. Yesterday was the first time I got both feet off the floor in head stand, if only briefly. On the next try, I got both legs up decently high and so well balanced that I scared myself and kicked back out of it lol. I also managed to balance in crow pose for 2+ seconds this time, AND I'm ready to drop down a step on my stair pushups. I started at the 4th step, and worked my way down oh so slowly. I can now do a solid 5-10 on the second step, though it is still challenging. This week, I'll drop down to the last/lowest step and give it a go. I feel like even my fitness improvements come in whooshes - nothing for weeks, everything seems harder than it did previously, then BAM! Tangible improvement.
These are all super tiny improvements (from 1 second to 2 seconds in crow pose ), but it is really exciting to actually see progress. Six months ago I never would have thought this would be possible for me at my current size. I love instant gratification, so continuing something with such slow progress is itself a NSV for me.
amart4224 wrote: »
Had to Google crow pose and OMG how do you even get into that position?!? Very impressive!
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