GetZet wrote: »
I tried a pair of ridiculously small looking stretchy jeans on, expecting them to lodge above my knees and go no further. Instead, they slid right up and fastened comfortably—so much so that I wore them all day.
I had thought I was just about ready to go down one size. Turns out I’ve already dropped that size and am getting close to another. Another month and it won’t be the stretchy jeans. Another 2.5 months or thereabouts and I’ll be in single digit clothing again. That’s a good non scale victory to me
Ms448 wrote: »
my NSV:the belts are too big on me, even at the lowest/last hole setting.I might have to create new holes if I don't want to spend money on new belts. Made me feel very proud of myself. I went from hole 1 down to the 5th+ hole.
I can't believe how much my body is changing!
It's aggravating but not at the same time (sorry if I don't make sense). Love that I'm losing weight and losing inches off my body, but it's also annoying that my closet is not prepared for the weight loss and I'm starting to NOT have enough clothes to wear, that is appropriate to be seen in public (lots of baggy shorts, pants, and shirts). I'm also in that weird middle stage of losing weight, where I don't exactly need an entirely new wardrobe, but the current clothes I have aren't looking soo cute anymore on me. LOL...
In any case... WHOO HOOOO to me ... I love what I'm experiencing on this health journey. I don't "see" the difference on my body physically, since I see myself every day, but I can feel the difference in my energy level and when I wear certain clothes/accessories, the differences are then clearly seen/felt.
TEQWAR wrote: »
25 years ago today, I quit alcohol, drugs, and cigarettes.
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