Just Give Me 10 Days - Round 182

quiltingjaine
quiltingjaine Posts: 4,441 Member
Round 182
March 28 - April 6, 2022

Please join us starting on 3/28, for JUST GIVE ME 10 DAYS, when we will begin Round 181!

Anyone can join us at anytime during the round.

Join us! If we stay mindful we can do this, you can do this.

Welcome back past members, welcome new members, let's keep each other accountable for another 10 days!

Here is what you do: Post your daily weight and add little comments along the way of how your day went. Post everyday to let us know how you're doing! Copy and paste the days in your response--tell us how much you lost and other non scale victories (NSV) you'd like to share.

FOR NEWBIES - I find it easiest to copy the dates to a document or note in my device and edit it each morning. Then copy and paste to the message board. MFP will return you to the spot on the board where you left off on your previous visit which is nice to know if you like to scan all of the posts.

SW:
Day/Weight/Comment
3/28
3/29
3/30
3/31
4/1
4/2
4/3
4/4
4/5
4/6
👍👍This is NOT A DIET. It’s a LIFESTYLE👍👍
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  • SModa61
    SModa61 Posts: 2,090 Member
    Thank you @quiltingjaine
  • JenKindo
    JenKindo Posts: 514 Member
    Thank you @quiltingjaine Hope you had an easier time of setting it up this round!
  • tiabirdie56
    tiabirdie56 Posts: 3,569 Member
    edited March 26
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    ❤️Thanks Jaine! ☃@quiltingjaine

    ❤Thanks! ☃@musicsax

    Thanks Jackie! ❤@GrandmaJackie


    EMOJIS :smiley:

    *link to: get emoji ~ copy and paste emoji

    •MFP Forums Emojis

    •link to: emojipedia

    •link to: Full List of BBcode Colors

    •link to: bbcode random hex color code generator

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    link to: Waist to Height Ratio

    link to: Waist to Hip Ratio


    link to: Smart BMI Calculator

    link to: US Navy Body Fat Calculator


    Protein Calculator

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    Cucumber Detox Water Recipe

    All the CONS of Detox Water That You MUST Know 😉


    Lemongrass Benefits


    Parsley for Water Retention - Fresh Parsley

    Parsley for Water Retention - Dried Parsley


    The Benefits of Holy Basil ~ Tulsi
    Are you growing basil this summer? It grows like a weed. I can't use it fast enough!

    Dry Your Basil in the Microwave

    Add basil leaves to your water for a spicy drink or Make Basil Tea

    Do you drink dandelion tea? I drink it intermittently throughout the fall and winter months. I started drinking it four years ago to aid liver function.

    Dandelion Tea Benefits

    Monk Fruit Sweetener

    How to Fix Mineral Deficiencies on Keto


    Intermittent Fasting Patterns for Different Situations

    Seven Ways To Do Intermittent Fasting


    Jason Fung~Analysis of Carbs
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    ●Infused water for fluid retention

    ▪1/2 gallon purified water
    ▪1 cucumber sliced
    ▪2 lemons, sliced or juiced added to water
    ▪10 sprigs of parsley

    ■ Let it steep overnight or for at least 2 hours and drink it throughout the day.


    link to: *Anti-Inflammatory Breakfast Drink
    Flush, Cleanse and Detox Water Recipe from SkinnyMS

    •Ingredients•
    1/2 gallon water
    6 wedges pink grapefruit
    1 tangerine, mandarin, or small orange,sliced
    ½ cucumber, sliced
    2 peppermint or mint leaves
    Ice

    •Instructions•
    ~Rinse grapefruit, tangerine, cucumber and mint leaves.
    ~Slice cucumber, grapefruit, and tangerine (or peel).
    ~Combine all ingredients in a half gallon pitcher. Allow the ingredients to sit for 2 hours for maximum benefits.
    ~Drink throughout the day.
    •Stir & Enjoy!


    Give Your Liver Some 💝 Smoothie

    •1 handful ~ *raw kale, any kale
    •1 handful ~ *raw spinach
    •1 cup ~ cilantro or parsley leaves
    •1/2 ~ large avocado
    •1/3 cup ~ unsweetened organic coconut milk (I use Thai Kitchen brand)
    •1 scoop ~ your favorite raw greens powder
    •Stevia, if you need to make it palatable
    •Water or decaf green tea, enough to make it drinkable.
    *or your choice of bitter greens. You can also add turmeric, lemon juice, berries
    ☃️
    8 Powerful Liver Detox Smoothie Recipes & Detox Ingredient Guide

    Castor Oil Packs
    How To Make A Castor Oil Pack
    Castor Oil Pack for Uterine Fibroids


    What is Berberine?

    Blood Sugar Busting ~ Berberine


    What I've been reading. Maybe it can shed some light on someone else's health and weight loss mysteries.

    8 Signs Adrenal Fatigue is Causing Other Ailments

    How Adrenal Fatigue Causes Weight Gain, Fluid Retention, Exhaustion

    Adrenal Fatigue Recovery

    Avoid This Type of Exercise if You Have Adrenal Fatigue

    7 Foods To Eat to Heal Adrenal Fatigue

    Bielers Vegetable Broth Recipe

    Suffering with knee pain? link to: knee pain explained

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    ●This is my breakfast oatmeal replacement on Keto.

    **Keto Seed Porridge ~ 1 serving
    5.2 net carbs ~ 333 calories

    ~1/4 tsp madagascar bourbon vanilla bean paste
    ~1 TB hemp seeds
    ~1 TB flax seed meal
    ~1 TB flax seeds
    ~1 TB chia seeds
    ~cinnamon ~ to taste
    ~4 ozs purified water
    ~1 TB heavy whipping cream
    ~1 TB almond butter

    **Mix first 7 ingredients in a small mason jar. Store in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning, pour into a small bowl. Stir in a little more water if necessary along with the heavy whipping cream and almond butter. Heat in the microwave or stove top. *Be sure to add a little more water if heating on stove top.

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    Flavor Profiles That Pair Well In Recipes

    Zucchini Recipes

    PBS~zucchini recipes

    iambaker~zucchini recipes

    gimmedelicious~zucchini fritters

    Country Living~65 zucchini recipes


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    FALL & WINTER RECIPES

    Fall Soups and Stews To Keep You Warm

    Healthy Fall Soups and Stews

    Healthy Maven~20 Warm Salads

    Healthy Hot Drinks

    SPRING & SUMMER RECIPES

    31 Easy Summer Salad Recipes

    Love & Lemons Salad Recipes

    Bonappetit Summer Salad Recipes

    BBC Good Food~Summer Soup Recipes

    Spoonful of Comfort~Summer Soup Recipes

    Taste of Home~Easy Summer Soup Recipes

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  • AR10at50
    AR10at50 Posts: 1,152 Member
    OSW-187 Sept. 2018. Thank you @quiltingjaine !!!!!💚
    GW-149

  • jedaschultz
    jedaschultz Posts: 709 Member
    edited March 26
    Thanks @quiltingjaine for another round.

    Hi, I’m Debbie.

    I am 59 yr old, 5' 6" female from Missouri.
    OSW 213.4 (July 2012)
    Round 164 (Round 1) SW 206.6 RGW 205 EW 204 (-2.6)
    Round 165 (Round 2) SW 204 RGW 204 EW 205.4 (+1.4)
    Round 166 - I skipped this one. Husband started radiation. (+2.4)
    Round 167 (Round 3) SW 207.8 RGW EW 207.2 (-.6)
    Round 168 (Round 4) SW 207.2 RGW 204 EW 205.8 (-1.4)
    Round 169 (Round 5) SW 205.8 RGW 204 EW 206 (+.2) Thanksgiving
    Round 170 (Round 6) SW 206. RGW 204 EW 206.8 (+.8)
    Round 171 (Round 7) SW 206.8 RGW 204 EW 208.6 (+1.8)
    Round 172 (Round 8) SW 208.6 RGW 206 EW 207.8 (-.8)
    Round 173 (Round 9) SW 207.8 RGW 205’s EW 208.6 (+.8)
    Round 174 (Round 10) SW 208.6 RGW 206 EW 204.6 (-4.0)
    Round 175 (Round 11) SW 204.6 RGW 203 EW 207.4 (+2.8)
    Round 176 (Round 12) SW 207.4 RGW 205 EW 208.6 (+1.2)
    Round 177 (Round 13) SW 208.6 RGW 205 EW 206.2
    Round 178 (Round 14) SW 206.2 RGW 205 EW 205.8
    Round 179 skipped this one - traveling
    Round 180 (Round 15) SW 208 RGW 205 EW 210.2
    Round 181 (Round 16) SW 210.2 RGW 209 EW

    SW:

    Day/Weight/Comment

    3/28
    3/29
    3/30
    3/31
    4/1
    4/2
    4/3
    4/4
    4/5
    4/6
  • 200Karen
    200Karen Posts: 806 Member
    Thanks Jaine! 💗
    👋

    Hi, I’m Karen
    I am 64 yrs young, 5'0” female from Oregon

    R 182 Goals: release 2 LBS ✔️
    GW 120, BMI 23.4

    SW:

    Day/Weight/Comment

    3/28
    3/29
    3/30
    3/31
    4/1
    4/2
    4/3
    4/4
    4/5
    4/6

    They say you can't outrun your fork, but I’m still giving it a try 💃

    😉
  • musicsax
    musicsax Posts: 3,300 Member
    @quiltingjaine - thank you, I need another round x
  • clemsonhrd
    clemsonhrd Posts: 75 Member
    Hello … I’m a 56 year old Female

    R 182 Goals: drop 3lbs
    GW 180

    Day/Weight/Comment
    3/28
    3/29
    3/30
    3/31
    4/1
    4/2
    4/3
    4/4
    4/5
    4/6
  • IsMollyReallyHungry
    IsMollyReallyHungry Posts: 15,396 Member
    @KobiHensley - Welcome to the group! I know you will love it here :)
  • IsMollyReallyHungry
    IsMollyReallyHungry Posts: 15,396 Member
    edited March 27
    @quiltingjaine - Thanks again! :)<3
  • tracyb810
    tracyb810 Posts: 11 Member
    I’m in. I’m a 53 year old woman. I am 5’ 6” and am just getting started on weight loss. I will check my starting weight on Monday. Probably around 234.

    10 Day Challenge

    3/28
    3/29
    3/30
    3/31
    4/1
    4/2
    4/3
    4/4
    4/5
    4/6
  • SylvieAnnn
    SylvieAnnn Posts: 50 Member
    Just Give Me 10 Days
    Round 182 (#5 for me)

    39, F, 5’9
    OSW: 252
    3rd GW: 219
    R178 - 236 (-4)
    R179 - 227 (-9)
    R180 - 226 (-1)
    R181 - 222 (-4)

    SW: 222.2
    Day/Weight/Comment
    3/28 -
    3/29
    3/30
    3/31
    4/1
    4/2
    4/3
    4/4
    4/5
    4/6 (Goal 219)

    I am putting my goal for three pounds, that's my next mini goal and I have been stuck at 222 for 6 days so I think I am due for a drop. Its a big goal but I am confident I can make it.
  • CamandJarvis
    CamandJarvis Posts: 1,390 Member
    You don't have to be perfect, you just have to be better than you were before

    30, 5'5"
    OSW: 164.2
    GW: 130-135

    Previous Rounds:
    R69: 158.1; R70: 156.5; R71: 156.3 R72: 156.3; R73: 155.2; R74: 155.4; R75: 156.1; R76: 155.6; R80: 153.2; R81: 154.3; R82: 154.1; R84: 156.5; R89: 156.7; R91: 160.1; R93: 159.3; R94: 156.1; R98: 154.5; R99: 155.9; R100: 152.8; R101: 149.7; R102: 149.0; R103: 149.0; R104: 146.2; R105: 146.6; R106: 144.6; R107: 146.8; R108: 147.7; R109: 148.1; R110: 150.1; R111: 154.3; R112: 152.6; R113: 151.7; R121: 153.0; R122: 154.8; R123: 153.9; R124: 153.4; R125: 155.6; R126: 152.3; R127: 151.5; R128: 151.0; R129: 151.0; R130: 152.6; R131: 153.9; R132: 150.6; R133: 151.2; R134: 149.3; R135: 149.5; R136: 148.4; R137: 147.9; R138: 148.4; R139: 151.9; R140: 150.4; R141: 150.4; R142: 144.0; R143: 144.2; R144: 147.0; R145: 145.7; R146: 145.9; R147: 145.9; R148: 146.5; R149: 147.3; R150: 146.8; R151: 147.9; R152: 147.7; R153: 147.2; R154: 147.0; R155: 144.7; R157: 146.1; R158: 146.6; R159: 146.3; R160: 150.2; R161: 146.7; R162: 144.6; R163: 146.2; R164: 147.3; R165: 146.3; R166: 148.5; R167: 147; R168: 148.4; R169: 151.4; R170: 148.9; R171: 144.8 R172: DNW; R173: 146.1; R174: 147.9; R175: 145.9; R176: 150.5; R177: 149.3; R179: 150.5; R180: 151.6; R181: DNW

    Last weight
    3/25 - 151.1

    Round Goal: 148.x Fast 16+hrs on weekdays, 14+hrs on weekends. Up the water! Water minimum: 75oz, Goal: 90oz.

    Day, Weight, Comment
    3/28
    3/29
    3/30
    3/31
    4/01
    4/02
    4/03
    4/04
    4/05
    4/06

    Previous Day's Comments
    3/28
    3/29
    3/30
    3/31
    4/01
    4/02
    4/03
    4/04
    4/05
  • SheilaBoneham
    SheilaBoneham Posts: 2,216 Member
    Thanks, @quiltingjaine ! ❤️🌹❤️

    🌷🌱🌹🌱🌷🌱🌹


    HSW - 218.2 (Feb. 2015)
    UGW - 135
    2022 Goals — 150; move more; eat mostly healthfully, no extremes; walk lots.

    📆 History

    R172 12/27/21: end weight 180.2. Moving Ave 181.1 (-.2). Ave calories 1721.
    R173 1/06/22: end weight 177.8. Moving Ave 177.9 (-3.3). Ave calories 1376.
    R174 1/16/22: end weight 178. Moving Ave 178 (+.1). Ave calories 1469.
    R175 1/26/22: end weight 179. Moving Ave 178.4 (+.4). Ave calories 1580.
    R176 2/05/22: end weight 179.8. Moving Ave 179.7 (+1.3). Ave calories 1594.
    R177 2/15/22: end weight 178.4. Moving Ave 178.3 (-1.4). Ave calories 1473.
    R178 2/25/22: end weight 178.8. Moving Ave 178.8 (+.5). Ave calories 1714.
    R179 3/07/22: end weight 178.2. Moving Ave 177.9 (-.9). Ave calories 1646.
    R180 3/17/22: end weight 180.2. Moving Ave 179.9 (+2). Ave calories 1823.

    2018: end weight running average 137.2.
    Extreme elimination diet, very low calories, then boom! Gained 40 pounds.
    2019: end weight running average 176.1
    2020: end weight running average 183.8.
    2021: end weight running average 179.4.
    2022: goal weight 150. UGW 135.

    R181 3/27/22: end weight 180.2. Moving Ave 180.5 (+.6). Ave calories 1762.
    R182 4/06/22: goals—calories <1400!!! 🥕 Keep snacking low-calorie. 🏃🏻‍♀️ Move move move.

    Day/Weight/Calories/Comment
    3/28 -
    3/29 -
    3/30 -
    3/31 -
    4/01 -
    4/02 -
    4/03 -
    4/04 -
    4/05 -
    4/06 -


    Goal for 2022-2023 Progress
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  • 4Phoenix
    4Phoenix Posts: 229 Member
    @quiltingjaine Grateful for your efforts....looking forward to R182!
  • 4Phoenix
    4Phoenix Posts: 229 Member
    Lifestyle Maintenance Weight: 135

    Challenge Results:
    181: 208.3 - 203.9 -4.4 Reflection: New beginnings - reestablishing healthy daily habits/accountability
    182:

    Day/Weight/Comment
    3/28
    3/29
    3/30
    3/31
    4/1
    4/2
    4/3
    4/4
    4/5
    4/6
  • barfarkle
    barfarkle Posts: 331 Member
    🤗Thanks for the challenge!🤗

    I lost 20 lbs in 2020 🥳
    And gained back 15 in 2021 😩
    2022 - what do you have in store? 🤔
    So far it’s yo-yo’ing between 181-183

    R181EW: 181.2
    R182GW: 179.9

    Day/Weight/Comment
    3/28
    3/29
    3/30
    3/31
    4/1
    4/2
    4/3
    4/4
    4/5
    4/6
  • ashleycarole86
    ashleycarole86 Posts: 4,235 Member
    R164 SW 208.4 EW 204.8 (-3.6)
    R165 SW 204.8 EW 205.4 (+0.6)
    R166 SW 205.4 EW 199 (-6.4)
    R167 SW 199 EW 196.4 (-2.6)
    R168 SW 196.4 EW 193.4 (-3)
    R169 SW 193.4 EW 192 (-1.4)
    R170 SW 192 EW 190 (-2)
    R171 SW 190 EW 189.2 (-0.8)
    R172 SW 189.2 EW 189.8 (+0.6)
    R173 SW 189.8 EW 187 (-2.8)
    R174 SW 187 EW 184.4 (-2.6)
    R175 SW 184.4 EW 180.2 (-4.2)
    R176 SW 180.2 EW 179.8 (-0.4)
    R177 SW 179.8 EW 181 (+1.2)
    R178 SW 181 EW 176.6 (-4.4)
    R179 SW 176.6 EW 173.2 (-3.4)
    R180 SW 173.2 EW 172.8 (-0.4)
    R181 SW 172.8 EW 168.4 (-4.4)
    R182 SW 168.4
    R182 GW 167.8

    Day/Weight/Comment
    3/28
    3/29
    3/30
    3/31
    4/1
    4/2
    4/3
    4/4
    4/5
    4/6
  • jedaschultz
    jedaschultz Posts: 709 Member
    Thanks @quiltingjaine for another round.

    Hi, I’m Debbie.

    I am 59 yr old, 5' 6" female from Missouri.
    OSW 213.4 (July 2012)
    Round 164 (Round 1) SW 206.6 RGW 205 EW 204 (-2.6)
    Round 165 (Round 2) SW 204 RGW 204 EW 205.4 (+1.4)
    Round 166 - I skipped this one. Husband started radiation. (+2.4)
    Round 167 (Round 3) SW 207.8 RGW EW 207.2 (-.6)
    Round 168 (Round 4) SW 207.2 RGW 204 EW 205.8 (-1.4)
    Round 169 (Round 5) SW 205.8 RGW 204 EW 206 (+.2) Thanksgiving
    Round 170 (Round 6) SW 206. RGW 204 EW 206.8 (+.8)
    Round 171 (Round 7) SW 206.8 RGW 204 EW 208.6 (+1.8)
    Round 172 (Round 8) SW 208.6 RGW 206 EW 207.8 (-.8)
    Round 173 (Round 9) SW 207.8 RGW 205’s EW 208.6 (+.8)
    Round 174 (Round 10) SW 208.6 RGW 206 EW 204.6 (-4.0)
    Round 175 (Round 11) SW 204.6 RGW 203 EW 207.4 (+2.8)
    Round 176 (Round 12) SW 207.4 RGW 205 EW 208.6 (+1.2)
    Round 177 (Round 13) SW 208.6 RGW 205 EW 206.2
    Round 178 (Round 14) SW 206.2 RGW 205 EW 205.8
    Round 179 skipped this one - traveling
    Round 180 (Round 15) SW 208 RGW 205 EW 210.2 (+2.2)
    Round 181 (Round 16) SW 210.2 RGW 209 EW 208.8 (-1.4)
    Round 182 (Round 17) SW 208.8 RGW 207 EW
    SW: 208.8 3/27/22

    Day/Weight/Comment

    3/28
    3/29
    3/30
    3/31
    4/1
    4/2
    4/3
    4/4
    4/5
    4/6
    As I plan this next 10 day weight goal, I’m looking back at the previous rounds and see that I have just yo-yoed up and down. Right now I am in the up range.
    These last two years have been stressful for everyone with the changes and adjustments that COVID has brought. Our family has also had a lot of changes. In May 2020 my husband retired after 37 years at the same company and his last six weeks were working from home(COVID lockdown). In January 2021 we found a house in the next state over and moved on April 1,2021. In November husband was diagnosed with cancer and did radiation and this month he is continuing with monoclonal antibody infusions. Our oldest daughter has special needs and lives with us.
    Everyone has their own list of stresses and concerns but we all need to learn how to manage them. Like many, I turn to food as I’m an emotional eater. It doesn’t really matter if it’s a good, bad, angry or happy day, food is there. You must have it to live but too much will eventually kill you. But, how do you find that balance? The balance between eating the right amount of good food, exercising and drinking water compared to too much, too little and not enough. It’s something that I struggle with each and every day.
    Thanks for listening as I move to this next round and try to find the right balance.