2 week ago I made a major inventory of my clothing department. Every single peace had gone trough Salamon's sword: the ones that still had fit me were the keepers, those fitting some other person 25% heavier than me - with heartbreaking tears - had to hit the fast track.
There are two destinations for the poor fast track Oliver's clothes:
Garderobe, a fantastic second hand shop in Graz
Charitas, for charity distribution
Today, I visited with a huge bag Garderobe, and left a few pieces there. One of my jackets can make a revisit to the shop in February, for the spring collection. The majority however came back.
Here's the full pack, 104 pieces together, plus not on the picture are 3 other trousers I sold already, and 6 summer trousers already packed for February. This is 113 pieces, with some items not discarded yet, because then I really have nothing left to wear.
Especially my underwear series needs a quick overhaul.
Trousers: 38 (uncomfortable) to 32 (comfortable)
Shirts: 43 to 40.5 (in centimeters)
T-shirt: XXL/XL to M/S.
Shoes: EU 46.5 E (US 12 1/2) to EU 45 (11 1/2).
As for exercise, I had 50 min swim today (mostly backstroke), and 65 min running (5:30 min/K, 12K).
Some peopel tell me I should save some of the clothes for later, if I get fat again.
Before, I was really kind with these people, and politely said, "I am decided to keep on the healthy lifestyle, but thanks for your comment."
These days, I am getting angrier hearing all these nonsense comments (one after the other), and just tell, please, do me a favour, and save your comments for yourself. I feel like they really haven't listened to me, and are just projecting on me their ideas.
Next step is to save up some funds for new clothes, because now I have exactly 5 shirts, and 5 jeans, which means I have to wash every 3-4 days.
I gave a goodie for myself (as per Fall 5% challenge), because I really did awesome today, with the exercise, fresh fruits and vegetables, food tracking, discarding old clothes, reading SP articles, spreading the spark, and so on. In fact, most of these are just on autopilot, because they are part of my daily life.