Joined February 2018
Weight History

Start Weight
153.0 lb
Lost so far: 15.6 lb

Current Weight
137.4 lb
Performance: Steady

Goal Weight
133.0 lb
Still to go: 4.4 lb
60-year-old American woman. Wife and mother of one adult child. Mostly a homemaker, but I do some special needs childcare. Speak French at an intermediate level. Travelling to France Sept. 2018, and want to be healthier/more attractive by then.
Femme américaine de 60 ans. Femme et mère d'un enfant adulte. La plupart du temps une femme au foyer, mais je fais des besoins spéciaux de garde d'enfants. Parler français à un niveau intermédiaire. Voyager en France en septembre 2018, et vouloir être en meilleure santé / plus attrayant d'ici là.

Swiiila's Weight History


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last weighin: losing 3.0 lb a week Down
last weighin: losing 0.5 lb a week Down
last weighin: steady Steady
last weighin: gaining 1.4 lb a week Up

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How Often Do you weigh yourself?
Every day before I get a shower or first thing in the morning. If I have light clothing on, I subtract one pound.
posted 22 Apr 2018, 14:18
Good table manners make us eat less
Hello. Have you ever thought about our manners at the table and how they might affect how much we eat? Here are some manners that slow down our eating and teach us to chew and enjoy every bite. Sometimes we eat more because we are enjoying the experience of being at the table with family and friends or even alone. Manners keep us at the table while helping to control portions.

Resting the fork on the plate after a bite.
Cutting meat and other hard foods into small pieces.
After cutting, switching the knife to the left hand and the fork to the right before eating a bite.
Cutting one bite at a time.
Breaking bread into small pieces before eating.
Putting a small portion of butter on our plate instead of digging into the main container.
Passing serving bowls to others.
Asking others if they want to share the remainder of food in the serving bowl before taking it all ourselves.
Waiting until the host/hostess is at the table before beginning to eat.
Chewing with our mouths closed, and swallowing before talking.
Puting small portions on our plates.
Watching our postures. Support your back if necessary for more comfort.
Don't be the person who is still eating after everyone else has finished.
Set a nice table with attractive placemats/tablecloth and even flowers at time. Mealtime is about more than the food.

posted 17 Feb 2018, 14:48
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10 September 2018

Only 4 pounds to goal, but won't make it before the trip to France. Anyway, the trip might be postponed or canceled because of Hurricane Florence.
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01 September 2018

Two weeks until my trip to France! 5 pounds to go. Yikes! Deux semaines jusqu'à mon voyage en France. 2.26 kilograms à emporter. Aie!
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