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    Today I ate...

    Breakfast: All bran with banana
    Lunch: crackers, cottage cheese and some strawberries
    Dinner: Ricotta & pumpkin pasta bake
    Snacks: small bowl of yoghurt and 2 cups of tea

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    @SoThisIsLove, you are so right about looking at it as a lifestyle change rather than dieting. I'm reading a book about habits at the moment and it pretty much says the same thing. It's about associations too. E.g. I associate dieting with missing out but I associate eating healthily with an abundance of beautiful vegetables and lean proteins served up in ways that maximise the natural flavours. I can stick with eating healthily (with some treats occasionally) but a diet - nup. That constant idea of missing out makes it unsustainable for me. So funny given it's essentially the same thing under a different name.

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    @Cat74 that's an awesome way of thinking about it! =D

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    I'm hoping that a pine lime splice, 2 cans of coke and a beer have been offset by walking for 3 hours in 34 degrees while wearing steel caps and long sleeves. I'm stuffed.

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    Bahahahaha 😂

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    Today's weigh in day and I'm 79.9kgs!!! That's a loss of 700grams but so happy to be in the 70s - even by only 100 grams.

    After eating too much chocolate on Monday, I did the unthinkable and tried on my bathers. Let's just say I was horrified and for the rest of the week have been really really good. I actually skewed a lot more to low carbs and it seemed quite effective for me.

    I've also cleared out my wardrobe of
    clothes I have not worn in ages - along with baggy stuff and non flattering things. That felt really good. Also made me see there are some clothes that are too small and would love to get back into.

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    OK, I might not post a lot in here but I just signed up to Weight Watchers for 3 months and want to lose 5kgs and get back to 65kgs. I did it after DS2 and it's the weight I can be at where I'm slim, don't look gaunt (ie. My mum doesn't get on my case about being too skinny LOL) and all my clothes fit really well. It's my happy weight. Unfortunately I got there, got cocky, and over the last year 5kgs has steadily crept on and I want to ditch it.

    I'm an emotional eater with a currently dormant ED, I love wine and chocolate and I'm in a diet/fitness rut where I just don't care. I'm hoping the financial investment in WW will help; they're currently offering 2 months free if you drop 5kgs in 2 months and I want that money back so I can spend it on something frivolous.

    I'm hoping their online support and this thread will keep me on track.

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    Default 8 week Spring Weight Loss Challenge

    I'll join!

    Starting weight: 72.4kg
    Current weight: 69.1 kg
    8 weeks goal: 61-62kg
    Final goal: 56.4 kg - weight when I met DF haha

    I joined the gym 8 weeks ago, but only managed to get down to 70.8kg... But wasn't following my eating.

    Now I eat 1200 ish calories a day, have breakfast, Lunch and tea, plus 2x snacks. No potato, pumpkin or kumera. No carbs after 3pm. I also have a protein shake after my gym session, and meat at both lunch and tea time... I also add a teaspoon of garcinia Cambogia to my protein shake, and I really believe it helps curbs the sweet cravings

    I go to the gym 5x per week plus my aim is to do over 10000 steps per day (I usually do well over this tho, as my job is on my feet and I walk there and back)

    I've been following this for 1.5 weeks and I'm down to 69.1kg so I'm happy! It seems a bit extreme but I'm getting married in December and the whole back of my dress is see through lace haha I don't want my fat back hanging out

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    Today's my last weigh in day for the winter challenge and have lost a total of 3kg in the month. I am happy with that a loss is loss after only being able to walk for the last 14 months. I am now able to do a bit more exercise is for this next challenge I am going to be walking and using the wii fit so I can also improve my balance, first Wii fit workout done this morning, DS was happy to sit & watch gave him a control so he thought he was playing too.

    Good luck everyone

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