Didn't step on the scale this morning at all. Going to up my calories to at least 1200 today and try to keep it low carb. Will check my weight in one week. Adding more physical activity each day. Will be starting Couch25K on Monday (gotta get some shoes)
Still no change in my weight but keeping up with the exercise. Finally feeling a little hungry I think. I am going to add in more solids tomorrow and up my calories to see if that helps. Lots of school work to finish.
Still at 218lbs
I was a little bit discouraged this morning but when I looked in the mirror I can just see changes. Those rolls on my back are disappearing so I took a deep breath and put my pants on and then it was really clear. My jeans I have to lay down to fasten went right on and buttoned without a struggle, had a little extra room in the seat even! So I am going to step away from the scale for a couple of days. I'd like to say for longer but right now I am trying to guage whether I am doing the right thing or not.
No loss for today, kind of disappointed. I don't remember if I had days where I didn't lose right after I had my surgery.
I am kind of wondering if my calorie deficit hasn't already put me into starvation mode. Any thoughts and info would be appriciated.
I had a minor melt down earlier when my personal drink blender burnt up. All I could think was oh crap I am not going to be able to get my shakes in now. I can't afford to buy a new one right now, I just put $1100 into my car repairs and maintenance(timing belt, a/c belt, alternator belt, brakes, new tire, rotors and bearings) Then I remembered that mammoth of a blender in the back of the bottom cabinet. Can I add using that piece to my daily exercise? j/k
I didn't report yesterday so this one will be short and sweet. Had an unexpected visitor so my day was a little busy.
This is me, in 2005 I was 118 lbs, well below goal. I don't want to get back there but I want to head in that direction.
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