Blah. For the record, I’m 29.8 lbs from my lowest (recent) weight. Very angering.
Breakfast in my bed: coffee, 1/2 & 1/2, yogurt (fatty one… I ran out of my plain ones), honey.
Dinner last night: quinoa, little butter, salt & pepper, clementine.
- Down 48.6 from highest weight
- Down 39.6 from starting weight
- Walked 2.43 miles last night. Nothing big, but still worth it.
- I may or may not have eaten honey in bed at 3am while watching the events unfold in Boston.
Note to self: it’s frustrating trying to lose the same weight over again.
Weight loss from starting weight: 35.8 pounds.
Weight loss from highest weight: 44.8 pounds.
FEELINGS: regrets, anger, lost time. Blah. No point of crying over spilled milk.
With the bad comes the good, with the sad comes the happy… Sorry for being sappy.
Long story short, I used to hover around 120 pounds. Then lots of bad things happened including my weight skyrocketing to 240-ish pounds, which only paved the road for more depression.
On May 5th, 2012, I felt a change was in order. Two nights ago, I got the stomach flu, and NOW I weigh 166.4 pounds!!!!! (Disclaimer: I’m dehydrated and sick so my weight will bounce up again, I’m just hoping it doesn’t bounce all the way up to 170).
The last time I saw the 160’s was 2009. I want to get all the way back down to the 120’s, but I know I’ll feel more like myself (or my old self OR my new self) in the 130’s or even the 140’s. I can’t believe it’s in reaching distance!
Weight lost from highest weight of about 244 (-77.6).
Weight lost from starting weight of 235 (-68.6).
Also, this is my 495th post to my 495 followers! Thank you, all!!!
This morning. Goodbye obesity, (again) : /
Been absent, but trying hard to tackle the holidays and myself :)
Only 26.5 miles so far in December, but it’s better than nothing.
Weight: 176 (after seeing an unthinkable number last week).
It turns out
…actual gastric bypass surgery is more effective than virtual gastric bypass surgery.
Still exercising though… not as frequently as before, but I’m breaking my body into it.
I returned my Brooks - they weren’t working out. Last night, I ordered some adidas, which usually work for me (even though they aren’t as fancy).
Sometimes you get in a lull. It’s okay. I’m thinking of the positives: that hopefully the nutrition is helping my hair and that I’m giving my body time to stabilize and catch-up with my weight loss (homeostasis-wise).
Love energy to you all! Stay tuned because two weeks of fun is starting tomorrow… hopefully grocery shopping tonight!
Not proud. Wasting time. Wishing I could undergo gastric bypass or lapband surgery, but I know that is not what I really want. Plus, I would never be approved because I am just overweight and not obese (thankfully). BMI 29.9 - walking a tight rope.
I loved MyFitnessPal a few months ago. Then, I screwed myself by continually going over goal and erased the account because it became a source of frustration.
New idea: using MyFitnessPal again under the name “VirtualGastricBypass.”
I manually set my calorie intake to 1100/day and changed around the fiber (from 13g to 15g) and fooled with the protein/carb/fat ratio. I need to do a little research… but I don’t live by those numbers anyway. The most important part to me is staying under 1100cals and getting lots of raw foods (especially fruits & vegetables) into my body.
I already feel more in control, except I’m late for work etc :)