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The first 25 pounds DONE

Thursday, May 28, 2020

This week I finally reached the first 25 pound loss. I reset the ticker for the next 25 pound loss.
Meanwhile all the clothes that are to large for me, I give away. I don't want to go there again.

I plan to lose 5.5 pounds a month for the next 5 month. I believe this to be reasonable, doable and can make a plan every week as what I'm willing to do to accomplish this. day by day. I will not give up until I reach my ultimate goal. Slowly and surely I will do this! emoticon emoticon emoticon
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    Thank you all for your support and especially the shared experience and views! Really appreciated! Together emoticon
    177 days ago
    Awesome Sauce!
    179 days ago
    Great goals! Congratulations on your weight loss! That is an amazing accomplishment!
    179 days ago
    Wonderful, your goals are set and you are hitting all of them. Congrats you are an inspiration to us all.
    179 days ago
  • MARTHA324
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    The important thing is to keep going! Some months you may lose more than 5.5 and some months less. When I was losing I didn't have a goal of x lbs/month. figured that what I was doing to lose weight was what I'd be doing for life.

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    180 days ago
  • -JAMES-
    Yes! A great plan. As I lost my weight I had a range of sizes. I had a lot of older clothes that didn't fit me any more, but I didn't throw them out. Waist sizes 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 inches.

    When I got to fit into my 36 again I got rid of the 40, when I fit into 34 again I got rid of the 38-s. Today I'm 32 and have been for quite a few years now. I know exactly what you mean, "I don't want to go there again."

    5.5 pounds a month is a great plan, very realistic, and not extreme.
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