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Week 3 over and still the same after Christmas feast

by Rhonda on 30 Dec 2013, 07:48

Well I am really pleased with myself, didn't overdo things at Christmas but did enjoy everything I wanted without stuffing myself or over indulging. I did an extra fast day on Saturday just to keep things ticking over, although I didn't stuff myself I still had far too many calories (not that I counted them) and was aware that my weight would increase if I didn't take measures to ensure that it didn't. So, jumped on scales this morning and still weigh 13 stone 7 - which is perfectly okay with me :smile:
Today is another fast day and I feel good, what more can I say?

Fasting Mon & Thurs
Start wt 13 st 10 (192 lb) 9 Dec 2013
-0 wk 10 at 13 st 5 (187 lb) 14 Feb 2014
I am still lighter by 5 pounds
Goal weight 11 st 1 (155 lb)
Valentine's Day Challenge Member No: 39 - mini goal 13 st (182 lb) Did not achieve this mini goal.
Running for the birds ... ondaMorris
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Thanks rawkaren :) I am really pleased with my efforts, although I must admit it was pretty much effortless.
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