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Still One Pound from ONEderland!

Saturday, December 29, 2018

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Admittedly, I am very happy to have not gained anything over the holidays!

I still have two more dinners to go. Five of our crew home tonight for turkey. Tomorrow is dinner with hubby's siblings, father and his wife. I know ahead of time it's Chinese food.

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With Christmas over, I plan to take down the tree and decorations tomorrow. Some leave them up until after the New Year like Mom did. But I take them down early.

emoticon I swear my scales are glued at the 200 mark as I have been between 200 and 202 lb. for almost two months. Mostly 200 lb. But I WILL get there.

I am determined to reach my goal. I have broken it into 5 lb. mini-goals because another 70 lb. is pretty far. emoticon emoticon

I just know I will NEVER see 234 lb. again on this short 5'2" frame! emoticon

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Hugs, Tanya
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  • KAIMAGUS22
    You got this! ONEderland 2019, woohoo!
    869 days ago
  • CAKAROO
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    870 days ago
  • ROADTOFREEDOM
    A plateau can feel discouraging. No doubt about that. You've done well in lot backsliding.

    The strategy of mini goals ... that is a very good idea.

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    871 days ago
  • no profile photo MLR_00
    WTG!
    871 days ago
  • BCHARIE
    You sound so like me....I am 5'2" as well, and the darn scale is frozen in one spot. I seriously thought about getting a new one. I did change the batteries, just in case. At least much of the holiday eating is controllable. Turkey, low fat and healthy. Now Chinese, eeewwww, the sodium always jacks the water weight up for me. I try to stay away from it but, well, can't always resist. We got this!!!!

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    871 days ago
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