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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Aaww thanks! We can do it! It was your food thread that really gave me the push to make a start
    Oh that's great - the thread has really taken off hey!! I was just a loner posting at the start- I love the inspiration

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    Default Well I'll be b*ggered!

    So yesterday I told you I was 67.0kgs, but this morning I weighed myself and I was 66.4kgs.
    Hooray.

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    Start weight - 73.5kg
    Current weight - 73.5kg
    Goal weight - 55-60kg

    I haven't gained or lost any weight since DD2 was born 7 months ago! I was 73.5 then and still am, and only just started trying to exercise and eat better to try and lose some!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lulululu View Post
    Today's weight: 76
    Gain: 0.2 - pizza night last night :/
    Today I'm 75.5. Lost the pizza and a bit more

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    I will be weighing myself tomorrow (Friday weigh in days)
    I'm hoping to have lost 2kg brining me too 84 so fingers crossed



    And well done to those who have lost weight

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    My story...
    I have had weight struggles for the last 4 years. When I got married in 2008 I was about 75kg and was happy and comfortable with this weight. Fast forward 2 years and before coming pregnant I was approx 87kg at the end of my pregnancy I was about 108kg!! After my DD was born I was 94kg and with breastfeeding I just kept eating and eating it made me so hungry ALL the time. I shot back up to 99kg and started using Lite n Easy I got down to 90kg, had a break over Xmas and could no longer afford the lite n easy. I Guess i didnt really try very hard to diet as i was worried about it affecting my milk supply. However now my DD is 18months and only on the 1 bf a day i dont think this will be an issue.
    Today's weight is 95.5
    The last few weeks I have been going to ShaBam and Body Pump classes at my local gym and have been really enjoying the exercise. I am also trying to eat healthy foods and have been using My Fitness App on iPhone to track my calorie intake.
    How often is everyone going to post a weigh in?

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    Welcome aboard!!! I'm thinking I might make Sunday my weekly weigh in day

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    Yep Sunday has traditionally been my weigh in day over the years, usually end up weighing myself several times during the week though

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    Mines Tuesday nights officially

    My story, always struggled with it, but last year we started ivf I was about 95kg after first one didn't work I set about trying to lose it, took months to lose the first 5, then in oct I started bootcamp and personal training, since then lost another 14 so now at 77.8 (I think!) need to get to 68 to reach my goal! Less then 10 but really starting to struggle now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
    I will be weighing myself tomorrow (Friday weigh in days)
    I'm hoping to have lost 2kg brining me too 84 so fingers crossed



    And well done to those who have lost weight
    How did you go, bunkx?


 

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