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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Eko- I'm ready to get back on track after a scary few days too... AF arrived last night too so perhaps I've been a little more hormonal than I'd like to admit :/

    I've started this morning with oats and I'm about to bake some clean pumpkin & zucchini bread. I'll post a pic later.

    I'm starting to get a bit down on myself. I've gone from 90kg to 64kg back up to 70kg. I'm just disappointed in myself that I'm back on this weightloss journey. I maintained my weight for around 2 years. I need to just stick to it - lose this last 10kg (maybe even 14kg) and maintain.

    At the moment is be happy just to get back where I was
    I can honestly say that I could have written that post myself. I started at 115kg after the birth of DS and then went down to 66kg. I was SO happy at that weight but I ended up working away from home for three months.
    In that time I gained 9kg even though I was working out like a demon every second day.
    That was over 2 years ago and I'm only just now getting back to where I was. But if I'm honest I was having troubles with being very close to an eating disorder when I went away and not having control over what I ate certainly resolved that. So I'm FAR more attentive now about my thought processes and behaviour. I still want to get back to the weight that I was at because it was a healthy weight for me. I'm just doing it in a far more healthy way

    We'll get there! I've maintained my weight floating between 72 and 75kg for the last couple of years. I'm ready to get back to where I was now, and once I'm at my goal weight I'm getting a tummy tuck so that I can get rid of my baby apron for good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eko View Post
    I can honestly say that I could have written that post myself. I started at 115kg after the birth of DS and then went down to 66kg. I was SO happy at that weight but I ended up working away from home for three months.
    In that time I gained 9kg even though I was working out like a demon every second day.
    That was over 2 years ago and I'm only just now getting back to where I was. But if I'm honest I was having troubles with being very close to an eating disorder when I went away and not having control over what I ate certainly resolved that. So I'm FAR more attentive now about my thought processes and behaviour. I still want to get back to the weight that I was at because it was a healthy weight for me. I'm just doing it in a far more healthy way

    We'll get there! I've maintained my weight floating between 72 and 75kg for the last couple of years. I'm ready to get back to where I was now, and once I'm at my goal weight I'm getting a tummy tuck so that I can get rid of my baby apron for good.
    Yep - I'm getting a tummy tuck too!! Wonder if we could get a double deal??! Lol

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    I'm very lucky in that I don't have to pay for it. Long story short I'll be covered under private healthcare for full costs. It comes down to the fact that my doc looked at it and said that in my case he considers that it wouldn't be a cosmetic surgery, it would classed as 'reconstructive'.
    Yep, that's how bad my baby apron is! I've been looking up information about the surgery and stuff and it's all pretty scary but the fact of the matter is that until it's gone I won't be comfortable with myself. I can deal with my cottage cheese thighs and tuck shop lady arms but having that sack of flesh hanging off my stomach... *shudder*.
    Someone said to me "But have you considered that even though you'll have a flat stomach, you won't be able to wear a bikini?". Ummm... With this horrid stomach I wouldn't DREAM of wearing a bikini so how's it any different? Lmao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eko View Post
    I'm very lucky in that I don't have to pay for it. Long story short I'll be covered under private healthcare for full costs. It comes down to the fact that my doc looked at it and said that in my case he considers that it wouldn't be a cosmetic surgery, it would classed as 'reconstructive'.
    Yep, that's how bad my baby apron is! I've been looking up information about the surgery and stuff and it's all pretty scary but the fact of the matter is that until it's gone I won't be comfortable with myself. I can deal with my cottage cheese thighs and tuck shop lady arms but having that sack of flesh hanging off my stomach... *shudder*.
    Someone said to me "But have you considered that even though you'll have a flat stomach, you won't be able to wear a bikini?". Ummm... With this horrid stomach I wouldn't DREAM of wearing a bikini so how's it any different? Lmao.
    You could still wear a bikini depending on how the scar is. Plenty can hide it under knickers even!!

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    Wow Eko...congratulations on your weightloss. It's so good that your Dr understands that this procedure is not just cosmetic and that it's actually reconstructive.

    Go you! It will be worth it.


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    Today has been better - have a bad weekend to make up for!

    Brekkie- weetbix

    Snack - crumpet

    Lunch -

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    This is a chicken burrito with avocado, red onion, tomato and salsa

    Dinner - is slow cooking right now. Beef stroganoff

    Had one cup of tea so far....then water only

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    I've been off track, this weeks goal is to walk six days a week, minimum 4km a day. Good start did my 4km today. I need to improve my water intake, failed miserably last week.

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    Hey ladies.

    I weighed in this morning at 70.5kg

    So I'm now 0.2kg heavier then when I first started. Not surprising considering how horrendously I've been eating.

    I've just signed up for Michelle Bridges 12WBT as of about 30 mins ago.. I figure I need something more to kick my butt.

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    Week 3

    Starting Weight: 75kgs

    Current Weight: 74. 1kgs

    Goal Weight: <65kgs

    Last week's loss: 0

    TOTAL loss: 0.9kg

    Weekly Goal: actually stick to a goal.

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    So hungry I'm having lunch now. (this is also what we had got dinner last night)

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