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Week 9: Weigh In

onlyme!

is a naughty girl...
#2
WOW jim that is fantastic I bet you didn't believe all this was possible at the beginning! keep up the good work and leave the CD bars alone ;-)
 

eyeontheprize

can see the end in sight!
#5
well done Jim! you have done fab :)
 
#6
Thanks girls :D

One thing to come out of this, I'm considering moving my goal a bit. I was looking to get to 16 stone which is still overweight for me really. But lately I've been mulling over:

1. get to 16 stone and maintain
2. get to 16 stone and come up the plans, so lose a bit more and maintain at whetever I come out at
3. get to 15 stone and maintain
4. get to 15 stone and then come up the plans

Still got a while to consider my options. I think I'll see how I feel in a few weeks
 

babycake

Please kick my butt!!
#8
My god jim Where is it all going?????? Well done you and well done/get better soon mrs L xoxox
 

Guru

Silver Member
#9
Well done Jim and poor Mrs L!
 

LizzMB

WILL be Slim!
#11
your just amazing Jim!!! you are a real inspiration to everyone!
BRAVO!!!!!!
Hope Mrs L feels better soon!
 

minxie

One day at a time!
#12
OMG! You are a true inspiration - big losses each week but your weeks seem to come round much faster than mine, LOL.
 
#13
An absolute inspiration! I'm going to tell my dh all about you....he started CD 6 weeks ago and has lost 3 stone this will help keep him motivated! Hope Mrs L feels better soon
 
#17
wow!! you are so jammy!! Well done ;-)

I keep telling DH your losses as a way to keep him on track.... day 3 going well for him. It would be amazing if he lost 5 stones in less than 3 months!!

keep it up. Hope Mrs L is doing better today

Anni
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#19
I keep telling DH your losses as a way to keep him on track.... day 3 going well for him. It would be amazing if he lost 5 stones in less than 3 months!!
Good! I bet he has a whopping loss for his first week, and that'll help spur him on.

Big thing for me is the lack of 'temptational situations'; I lost touch with most of my friends and only get to keep up with them on t'internet. And most of my colleagues are 120 miles away so there's no chance of a swift half after work, and there isn't a lot of 'going down the pub' etc. Plus I don't drink anyway, so that's no booze, and no cheeky kebab/pizza/parmo on the way home either, and I think this has gone a long way to keeping me on the straight and narrow.
 

BubblyPenguin

Recovering Foodaholic
#20
Congrats, Jim, you're a doing fabulously and keeping me inspired after my dodgy nibbly week!

I know what you mean about those 'temptational situations' I'm lucky my OH doesn't normally eat anywhere near me, but work buffets, visiting parents are a nightmare!

Anyway well done you and lots of hugs for Mrs L x
 


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