Joined July 2011
Weight History

Start Weight
166.0 lb
Lost so far: 2.0 lb

Current Weight
164.0 lb
Performance: losing 0.0 lb a week

Goal Weight
125.0 lb
Still to go: 39.0 lb
I'm a baby-boomer, divorced female, homeowner, landlord, CNA/Home Care Aide, and 'frazzle' is my middle name. Not really, but it's been a nickname b4! :)

Currently trying to sell my house, rent or sell my rental, and gear up to move south witin a couple months, to care for my dear ol' dad before his time is up, which may be soon. So in the midst of this chaos, I decided try to shed some poundage as the clothes are getting snug again, and looking in the mirror is disgusting - only that doesn't seem to be motivation enough!

But I know I'll feel better in more ways than one, so I'll get on the wagon.

oi vey, one foot in front of the other - it doesn't matter which one at this point, just as long as one is forward, eh?

rainbowkishz's Weight History

rainbowkishz's Latest Member Challenges

  stop postponing your life now
status: Completed
ended: 13 Apr 15
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  Eat a Salad a Day
status: Completed
ended: 11 Aug 14
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Christina Maria Thompson
last weighin: losing 1.6 lb a week Down
last weighin: gaining 2.8 lb a week Up

rainbowkishz's Cookbook

cals: 129kcal | fat: 6.80g | carbs: 9.78g | prot: 6.85g
Cabbage rolls filled with beef and rice.
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rainbowkishz's Latest Posts

Motivational quotes please!
1. "...think of the consequences if you DON'T ..." Smile

2. write affirmations on your bathroom mirror in red lipstick Smile. You'll see it every morning! Smile Or blue, or purple... Smile
posted 23 Jun 2014, 13:49
Motivational quotes please!
Borrowed from another member's avatar... all I can remember is... "think of the consequences if you DON'T..." Shock Smile
posted 23 Jun 2014, 13:45
joined july 18
Wow, I was just looking for a buddy also, and ran across these posts under Atkins! Awesome. I just signed up earlier this month, but my issues are persistence and procrastination. My downfall is bread & pasta, just because they are "easy" quick eats. Being single makes it harder. As a caregiver, I can make great meals for my clients, but in the essence of time, I'll be darned if I can make myself do it at home. As a rule, I don't eat processed foods, no pop, and very little sugar. I've changed the times I eat, but keep falling back into the same routine: AM coffee, no bkfst or not until 9-11, or have early lunch, which has been my biggest meal lately. Then I'm not hungry until my evening shift, so I eat when I get home after 8, then bed by midnight! Sad My thyroid seems to be non-functional, but lack of exercise is also the culprit. Doing it alone isn't helping. But I maintain hope in constantly starting again Smile. I like this site. Smile Thank you all for your posts here.
posted 26 Jul 2011, 17:10
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