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  1. April
    April February 4, 2015 at 3:19 pm | | Reply

    2 years ago I lost 80 pounds and I felt GREAT. Then my husband and I trial separated for the 2nd time (We ended up working it out) and for 6 months, I sad ate a good portion back. I started eating right again, and working out and was going pretty steady until my gall bladder decided to break and I needed near emergency surgery. After that, I wasn’t allowed to work out for a couple of weeks, but because they found a hernia as well, I wasn’t allowed to lift anything over 10 pounds for 3 months. and I completely fell apart. I’ve gained so much weight back, I had to buy new clothes. I am struggling hard core to find the motivation to do it all again

  2. Considerer
    Considerer February 4, 2015 at 3:24 pm | | Reply

    My Soulie and I will quite often hold hands and skip down the road. Just because. I kinda hope he’s still up for that…

    I can’t run, and that BUGS ME so much. But well done you for walking, and every little bit helps, right?

    Am sitting here trying to talk myself out of eating a second cookie *sigh*

  3. Naptimethoughts
    Naptimethoughts February 6, 2015 at 8:08 am | | Reply

    I MISSED NATIONAL NUTELLA CREPES DAY? I’M ONE DAMN DAY LATE. It’s probably for the best, really. Weight Watchers has has me in it’s sights for ages now.

  4. Val
    Val February 13, 2015 at 1:31 pm | | Reply

    I typed out a long (& prob brilliant 😉 comment the other day, but Cyberspace et it!!??!!
    For years I deluded myself that I was such a Special Snowflake after my thyroidectomy – poor me, I just couldn’t lose any weight!!! Yet while my caloric needs may in fact be on the lower end of the spectrum, when I buckled down a few mos ago & got BRUTALLY HONEST w/myself – lo & behold, I’ve lost 25 lbs!
    (Many more to go, but it’s a good start anyway – far better than the past 15 yrs, where I’ve oscillated in a narrow 10-15 lbs range, never able to get below that Heavyweight threshold…)
    I love this article by James Fell: http://www.bodyforwife.com/the-most-important-thing-you-can-do-to-lose-weight/
    The video link is great: the lady was underestimating her caloric consumption by a factor of THREE! I know I did much the same for many yrs, not paying attn to extra snacks or supersize portions… IT ALL COUNTS.
    It isn’t as if I’m never going to indulge my appetites, but for some reason something has clicked – it’s not too difficult for me to balance things out rather than zooming back up the scales!

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