mmultanen wrote: »
I did not have a piece of garlic bread. woo!
StarshipFighter23 wrote: »
I've not really thought yet about how I'm going to approach replacing my wardrobe... I've got a few nice pieces - jackets and suchlike - that I've kept in the hope of being able to wear again which I could easily wear now, but all the clothes I've been wearing for the last few years are starting to bury me... My trousers would easily qualify for one of those cheesy pictures with the thinner person stretching out the waistband to show how much space there is! With a decent belt they look OK, but I think men can get away with that more than women as the fat is naturally distributed differently, and even though I was 70lb overweight I didn't really carry it anywhere apart from my abdomen and chest (my man-boobs are looking SO much better!). Still, even if I wait until the summer to splurge on clothes I do get a buzz from putting something on, looking in the mirror and thinking 'this doesn't fit anymore!' so I might just carry on enjoying that feeling for a little while at least!
suzc11 wrote: »
Remember me - the one who is 7 weeks into a weight loss stall? I think I'm going to cry. I now have a waist size, in inches, in the 20's. 29 to be precise. The first time since.....I have no idea. I was too scared to take measurements for at least 5 years before keto. Now if my thighs would just co-operate...
chubbychickruns wrote: »
I had to buy new bras.
I'm a breast cancer survivor, so I've always purchased my bras through a local medical supply company. And they're ugly. They're what we used to call "lunch lady bras" - 4 rows of hooks and enough fabric to make a tent (even though I'm not really that big!)
I went to Target and found some very pretty bras in my new smaller size. I haven't bought off the rack since 2010!
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