KayBuckaroo's Journal, 24 June 2018

My new clothes are going to be a little large on me soon. Size 13/XL and counting down ⬇️

Diet Calendar Entry for 24 June 2018:
854 kcal Fat: 12.82g | Prot: 71.33g | Carb: 117.36g.   Breakfast: Milk (Nonfat) . Lunch: Chocolate Covered Fruit, Bananas , Plum. Dinner: Red Sour Cherries Unsweetened, Quaker Rice Cakes - Caramel Corn, Perdue Grilled Chicken Breast Strips, Wegmans Corn on the Cob. Snacks/Other: M&M's Milk Chocolate M&M's. more...

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So many people on this site (myself included) are dieting like crazy to look as good as you do. 
24 Jun 18 by member: adefwebserver
That’s still an awesome feeling though! Haha! Congrats and keep it up! 
24 Jun 18 by member: nthompson540
Don’t buy too much clothes cause u gonna keep shrinking 😆 
24 Jun 18 by member: rosio19
You look amazing. 
24 Jun 18 by member: Alnona
Looking great. Very slim. Keep up the great work! 
24 Jun 18 by member: Diablo360x
The thrift shops are a great option during weight loss - plus donating your over- size clothes gets a nice tax deduction. 
24 Jun 18 by member: gz9gjg
Great going, KayBuckaroo! 
24 Jun 18 by member: Miraculum
Those clothes already look a size too big for you! Well done! The transformation is amazing :) 
24 Jun 18 by member: Bandrai
You look just great. You look smaller than you say you are. 
24 Jun 18 by member: Kenna Morton
You look just great. You look smaller than you say you are. 
24 Jun 18 by member: Kenna Morton
Look great 
24 Jun 18 by member: eatolive4life
I went out and started buying clothes and still had more to lose... waste of money because they all got donated 😢 
24 Jun 18 by member: chrisw77
Haven't seen a weight in or heard an update on the new gig. Is all the physical labor speeding up the loss? Still loving the job?  
24 Jun 18 by member: chrisw77
You look great! 
24 Jun 18 by member: Becc@
Your kind words come to me at a really crucial time, reading your comments brings tears to my eyes. Thank you everyone for being so supportive. The new job is definitely how I am getting so trim so quickly, and I think that I’m out of the running for oncology. 
24 Jun 18 by member: KayBuckaroo
It's okay. I hate to say, "it wasn't meant to be", but some things are simply left to fate. I'm in the best job of my life because the position I wanted was lost by a slim margin. Enjoy where you're at and maybe try again in the future. But enjoy wherever life takes you (I hate sounding like a Hallmark card). 
24 Jun 18 by member: chrisw77
Sorry to hear about the oncology opportunity. But, I am sure you know the old saying, 'when one door closes another door opens'... 
24 Jun 18 by member: adefwebserver
But the way you said "I think" means there's still a chance?  
24 Jun 18 by member: chrisw77
My job has also helped me lose weight, cause I keep busy n have no access to food 
24 Jun 18 by member: rosio19
Kay—I’m sorry about the oncology gig. As a cardiac carb lab supervisor I was involved in hiring staff. I had interviewed a nurse for a position but did not select her. A couple weeks later she called me, thanked me for interviewing her and asked IF I would share with her what she might need to learn or do differently in order to increase her chances of getting hired in the future. I was impressed. I gave her several suggestions for continuing her critical care type of experience, certifications to work on, etc. I kept her name in my files and about a year later I had another position open. I sent her a note and invited her to reapply. She did and she had done all of the things we had talked about. I never posted that position. I hired her. So the long and short of it is—- if oncology is really where your heart is, persevere. You have a great track record for success. You can do this too. I think oncology nursing needs YOU. 
24 Jun 18 by member: Kenna Morton

     
 

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