Soulnoid's Journal, 05 May 2012

Day 105 - JUST SLAMMED THROUGH THE DOORS OF ONEDERLAND! I can't even remember the last I visited this place?

This week was an odd week, I have been feeling down about work and I decided mid-week to call it a week and came home. Well, once I got home it did not take long to figure out that one I stop doing any exercise, I stopped losing weight. Also, mid-week I got really backed up and had to splurg a little to get things moving again. My cals dropped below what I need. Part of the problem is I have been having salads for lunch and if they don't have any protein in them, I never get enough cals, but I feel full and am no longer hungry. I would love to have nice dinner meal for lunch and have the lunch for dinner. Maybe this is worth a try?

Well, I will be home most of this coming week and lots of yard work. (I am in the horticultural field, and this week is my customers hell week. They don't want to see a sales rep for the next 2 weeks, they want to sell all their plants!)

I also need to start buying new cloths, my shirts are getting real baggy. That brings up the question, do I get rid of my BIG cloths or should i pack them away?
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Congrats on getting to ONEderland!!! I would get rid of the big clothes. Give them to charity, have a garage sale, or just toss them, but no point in taking up space. 
05 May 12 by member: FunkBunny
Get rid of the big clothes!! I agree with FunkBunny - donate to charity or sell them... If you have some sentimental BIG tshirts, get them turned into a quilt!! :) Congrats on breaking into onederland, that's awesome!! I think doing your bigger meal at lunch and a salad for dinner is definitely worth a shot! Enjoy a little extra time at home this week.. 
05 May 12 by member: erika2633
congratualations on the weightloss milestone. my thoughts, as someone who has unfortunately gained back 20#s from her low, is to keep a few of your nicer, more expensive, harder to replace clothes in a size bigger than you are now. If you by chance have a medical set-back that keeps you from working out for weeks at a time you'll be glad you have fall-back clothes rather than buying new ones to suffice until you are given the all-clear to get back to routine. just speaking from experience. i know the mindset should be 'i will never let myself get that fat again' but sometimes you life throws you a curve ball and you bounce back up one size. But yes, get rid of the ones that are multiple sizes too big, and any cheap crappy stuff that lacks sentimental value. Save you 'favorite' outfit to show how far you've come! 
05 May 12 by member: JessWhatINeeded


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