The opposite of a "fat day"?

Discussion in 'Very Low Calorie Diets' started by Flopster, 16 August 2006.

  1. Flopster

    Flopster Got a life thank you!

    I know we all said yesterday we have fat days but does anyone have the opposite?

    I still have several stone to lose but today I have felt much slimmer.

    I am wearing a long pencil skirt that I could barely do up before and a black short sleeved jumper/tshirt thing.

    I have positively preened all day long at a meeting (lots of standing up doing presentations today) because I felt slim and good.

    Really it is just the long line the clothes created along with the fact that my belly is definately smaller than my boobs now but even still I took my jacket off and stood there with pride.

    So come on tell me about your good days - do you have an outfit that makes you feel good?
  2. demon

    demon Cambridge Diet Counsellor

    For me it's being called 'skinny minnie' at work............WOW does that make me feel good [​IMG]

    Clotheswise, guess it wearing size 12 trousers and knowing that I really am SLIM now :D
  3. 10stonesize10

    10stonesize10 Member

    Ive lost almost 4 1/2 stones
    with 3 to go.
    I am tall with a thin frame , so my upper body is starting to look thin already.
    I feel great most of the time ,I fit into size 16
    perfect !!!!!!!! I went shopping today, for shoes [ I think my feet are smaller ] becouse I am wearing skirt suits more now.
    Its all great !!!!!!!!!
    I find myself picking up clothes in too big of size for me now , it makes me smile:)
  4. I'm feeling slim right now...think its all about the state of mind and the clothes we're wearing!!

    I've got on size 14 jeans which I adore....A black halterneck top and a black shrug over the top.

    Hair and make up done to perfection...think this adds to the feel good factor too :D


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