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  1. bigmuthabluffa

    bigmuthabluffa Full Member

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    HI all just need a little rant, my normal weigh in lady has not been in for the last 2 weeks and I had another lady step in to weigh me, well last week she miscalculated the KG to LBs and told me I had lost 4lbs, which by the way was 'alright' and then proceeded to quiz me on cheating or having milk. This week I had my normal lady, she is lovely so encouraging, she weighed me only to explain that last wk Dimwit had misweighed me and last week I had lost 2lb and this week another 2lb.:eek:

    I know I have still lost and I am happy with that but on this diet you really need something to spur you on and this was not very helpful.:mad:

    I also know that I have been struggling this week with getting 2lts down each day as we having been moving all our 3 bedrooms around. :eek:

    So onwards and upwards I am now making sure I am drinking min 4lts and excercising 3 times a week.;)

    The one interesting thing that has come out of this is instead of being defeated it has somehow spurred me on.:p

    Thanks for listening all:)

    Have a great week.:eek:
     
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  3. Stinkybreath

    Stinkybreath Size 14 here i come!

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    Well done on the attitude! I would def say stick to min of 4lts, especially if you are exercising.
    I know 2lbs doesn't sound much but it is such a big loss and like you say it is A LOSS. Think how you would feel if you put 2lb on? 2lb would seem like loads then.
    Keep it up and you will be at goal before you know it!
     
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    I can remember from my time on LT last year that I struggled to drink the correct amount of water, I still had losses of 3 and 4lbs, which I assumed was good and I was happy with that.

    But having done it again this time I made sure I drank about 3 to 4 litres of water a day and that must be why I was losing 5lbs a week this time round, so it shows that the water is sooooooo important!
     
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    yes water is mega important but remember coffee and tea also can count towards water intake to so have a nice black coffee one or twice a day to mix things up. i have to say i wouldnt even try the coffee first but now i really do love it firstly its warm and im cold and secondly its not water AGAIN!! GO girl wat ever about the weight lose ur a stronger more in control person now so HOW BAD AY :D
     
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    thnaks so much girls x look out water here I come :}
     
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    well done on the possitive atitude and although 2lb's doesnt sound alot when you think about it. It's still roughly the equivilant of a bag of sugar which is actually alot. thats 1 bag of sugar you'll never have to see again :)
     
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