I'm Seeing Results :-D

Sunday, October 07, 2018

If there is one thing I like it is numbers, I love round numbers, and even numbers. I love to find numbers in everyday life. Numbers that are divisible by lots of other numbers, numbers that represent milestones. The scales shows I have lost 9.75lbs which is great but I am REALLY hoping to make it up to a round 10lbs when I weigh tomorrow just for my love of numbers emoticon I really am very happy with my progress and even find myself wearing nicer clothes and feeling a bit better about how I look. I feel better too and I can feel the difference in my fitness and in my moods. In all, I feel like my old self so the numbers don't really matter in that respect. But isn't it great when the numbers are good too, when the numbers confirm all the progress and all of the nsv's are real?
The progress I have made represents 21.5% of my goal weight which I feel is a significant dent along the way and if my progress keeps to this rate I will be looking at maintenance by mid - end of March. Although I expect it to slow as I get closer to my goal, especially as I have chosen not to cut my calories below the number for maintenance of my goal weight. I am currently eating around 2000 calories per day and still losing 2lbs per week consistently. I am interested to see how much I need to lower my calorie intake by to get to goal weight. If the weight loss stops and I feel like I need to go lower than goal maintenance to get losing again, I may just accept that I have reached the right weight for my body.
This weeks plan is to concentrate on getting 3 healthy meals per day. Last week was so busy there were lots of mini meals and snacks squeezed in between errands but this week is set to be slower placed. Here's to a sparking good week emoticon
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    I really appreciate your positive attitude. Bet you get that 10 tomorrow.
    832 days ago
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