This is RIDICULOUS!

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  1. CoCoMo

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    OK, I am normally a positive type, but I need to get this short rant off my chest:

    I AM BLOODY FREEZING!

    I know Ketosis makes you feel a little colder than normal, which is lovely in the summer, but it is 34 degrees here this morning, and I STILL have no central heating, which isn't helping!!!
    However, I had to laugh at myself a couple of minutes ago - let me paint this ridiculous picture for you. I am sat at my desk (I work from home) and I am wearing:
    Pyjama bottoms
    Thermal Adidas training joggers over the top
    Canterbury Stay Warm top
    2 long sleeved t shirts
    Fleecy hoody
    Two pairs Toastie socks.
    And, on top of that, I am wrapped in my Duvet. I look like an oversized caterpillar. Losing weight seems a bit pointless when my clothing choices make me look like Michelin man:D
    Hahaha! Rant over. Anyone else feeling the cold? xxx
     
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    Awwww :)

    I do remember being absolutely frozen as well and being wrapped up all the time!

    Saying that someone told me shivering burns calories so I always thought it would mean I would get to goal quicker :)

    As soon as you finish the warmth does return, although I still get a lot colder now than I used to when I was big.

    Mike
     
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    MiniMimi2091 running strictly on fat!

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    I know what you mean... I hate feeling cold as I am the type of person who is always too hot...

    There is not much we can do abt atm. Apart from dressing like a Micheline man of course .... x
     
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    Hehe - thanks peeps! Nice to know I am not the only one. I am giggling now because I stood up to get a book, and tripped over on my duvet. :D
     
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    LOL, have you seen the slankets? they are really good!

    I have one in my conservatory as it does get cold out there, allows you to move about and still be warm.

    Mike
     
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    Nothing works better for me than hot water bottle :)

    You should try it yourself as well x
     
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    I have seen the slankets, and I did really want one - genius ideas! I will be fine once my central heating gets fixed I think - it's just temporary deep freeze.

    Minimimi - I have a microwaveable heat pack thing, but it smells of lavender, and it makes me drowsy. I nearly nodded off on a conference call last week, I'm sure it was the scent!
    I have had a great idea though - once my emails are done, I am going to get on my stepper, and work up some heat that way!:) Thanks for the replies, peeps! Hope you are all having a good day!:character00238:
     
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