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199 Pounds and Holding--Addendum

Friday, March 29, 2019

I am now 197.8. At 199, I took a good look at my face, arms, and legs, and I decided it was time to stop losing weight until the rest of me caught up at some. In other words, I needed to exercise more. I am now exercising, trying to stick to my low-carb, diabetic diet as closely as possible, and I have stopped worrying about losing that last 50 pounds. I want this 50 to come off slowly as I exercise more--that is my goal. I am looking for more strength and stamina. Now I need to go clothes shopping. WooHoo. emoticon
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  • 2BTHINMAMMA
    emoticon Geat Job! Congratulation! emoticon Hope you have fun clothes shopping and enjoy adding more exercise to your routine! emoticon
    251 days ago
  • FINDINGME71
    Now wait a minute sweetie! You also have to look at your age. I started at 354 pounds 7 years ago. I could barely move. Exercising was torture but I did it at exactly the same time I started dieting (hate that word). I now weigh 171 pounds and am 71 years old; but have enough hanging skin to make a matched set of luggage! The Drs say I am too old and in too poor of health to have that skin removed. Am I sorry I lost it? NO! But it does make moving around just as challenging.
    Erin
    254 days ago
  • JVALLIS
    Good job
    254 days ago
  • SLOWDETERMINED
    Thank you all. I really appreciate your comments and support! :)
    254 days ago
  • BCHARIE
    GREAT GOAL!!!
    254 days ago
  • SMCLAUGHL1
    Your hard work is paying off for you. I have just returned at 305 this is very inspiring for me. Thank you for sharing your success. May it inspire many more.
    254 days ago
  • JENNMT
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    254 days ago
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