helen_goldthorpe wrote: »
I have had a weekend of sorting through my wardrobe to throw away all the things that don't fit (or at least to put them in a charity bag for when things reopen) and work out where the gaps are to buy stuff in smaller sizes. Some of my more optimistic past purchases are now wearable and a lot of the things I saved for now aren't far off being too baggy but wearable with a belt or as oversized tops over leggings etc.
The main problem is that although I have a wishlist of things I'd like to buy, I'm not confident enough in my new sizing to take the plunge and order stuff in a UK size 10, even though the sizing charts say it will probably be ok.
sirjamerie wrote: »
Saturday didn't go well. I didn't exercise except for a little walk and I'm not going to start about the food.
But I didn't quit. Today I could weigh myself or exactly track my intake since I've been away, but tonight I'm back home and back at going my workout. And I'm proud to say that today I did a full 30 seconds no stopping jumping jacks and I didn't die!!!!!! I haven't done any type of jumping for any amount of time for the last almost 8 years since I nearly lost my foot/half my lower leg in an accident.
I'm so proud of myself because it's (now I'm realizing) mostly fear that's been holding me back.
Even when it's hard, forward is the only way to go. I have to keep trying and fighting, otherwise my health will only get worse.
springlering62 wrote: »
In the X-ray room, the tech asked me the routine questions. “Have you lost weight since the last mammogram?” “90 pounds”. She looked at me like I had three heads. I guess she thought the mask was muffling me. “How much?” “Ninety.” “Ninety? As in nine-zero?”
She had a really hard time comprehending that.
FoolishJoy wrote: »
I found a new thigh muscle protusion, and I got up off the floor after playtime without grunting and huffing!
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