sooo happy with my measurements!!!

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  1. emmapetty

    emmapetty Going for Goal!

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    Hello all,

    Thanks for looking at my thread and sharing my excitement! :D

    I decided to do my measurements 3 weeks ago, to keep track of the inches I'm loosing (my CDC only did my waist measurement on first wi) Anyway I was on week 4 when I took my 1st all over measurements.

    Well today, whilst tidying I found the missing tape measure (under a pile!!) and decided to see...:p

    Well the results are - (in 3 weeks!)

    Bust/chest ~ 2 inch loss :)
    Waist ~ 4 inch loss :D
    Hips ~ 1 inch loss :)
    Upper arms ~ STS :(
    Thighs ~ 1.5 inch loss :)

    So 8.5 inches lost all over is quite pleasing. Plus no doubt I have lost more. My waist measurement is from 7 weeks. Everything else was from 3 weeks ago.

    I'm going to fiddle with my signature and get my measurements recorded! Sooooo happy :D:D:D:D
     
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  3. curlywurly1234

    curlywurly1234 Cambridge Consultant

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    Well done Emma, thats fantastic.. You must be so proud of yourself you really are doing fab..
    Keep smiling as you have done so well xxxx
     
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    Kate+Matt Full Member

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    yayy :D well done!
     
  5. quizzicalgrrl

    quizzicalgrrl Posting Mad!

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    ok that is super! xx
     
  6. laura.1810

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    That sounds great...bet you're really seeing a difference!! Well done xx
     
  7. kitt21

    kitt21 Full Member

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    congratlations!!!!
     
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    Well done!!!!
     
  9. charlie's_angel

    charlie's_angel Full Member

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    Well done Emma, double the excitement and motivation when both the scales and inches are going down!
     
  10. Lin18

    Lin18 Silver Member

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    Emma you are doing so well I love measuring it feels so good to see the results, I'm gutter I only did my waist at the very start but still great to see those inches gone forever

    Keep up the great work Hun x
     
  11. BubblyPenguin

    BubblyPenguin Recovering Foodaholic

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    That is so brilliant, Hun, well done you!! xx
     
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