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  • posted by LittleDrummerGirl
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    Evening all!

    Nokie – not sure if it’s any help, but sometimes, when I get well and truly off plan, I go back to just trying to eat really low carb for a few days or a week or so until things are back on track. I don’t worry about the calories but focus on keeping the carbs really low – tell myself I can eat as much as I like as long as it’s very low carb (a bit like a ‘fat fast’, if you’re familiar with the term, but with more variety than the strict bacon and eggs!). By keeping the carbs down, I usually lose the hunger pangs and stop thinking about food in fairly short order and can then get back on track with calories. You definitely don’t need a telling off; nobody that wants to lose fat deliberately sabotages themselves; it’s a combination of emotions, habits and hormones. It takes time and a lot of re-starts but aim for progress not perfection.

    ClarinetCathy – hope the training went well today and you enjoy the new job. Totally understand the anxiety around it but before you know it, you’ll be settled in I’m sure. Well done on a good loss this week!

    As for me – went rather off piste on Saturday; had a hungry day so listened to my body, went well over calories but kept it all as low carb as I could (I’ve since developed an annoying head cold that has me sneezing, snuffling and coughing, so think it might have been related to that). I’m back on track with the calories as of Sunday, but haven’t been on my rebounder yet this week as I’ve put the exercise to one side while I get over this cold; hoping to be back on track with that on Friday once I’ve allowed myself sufficient recovery time. I weighed in on Tuesday and had lost 2.8lb down, so that’s 17.6lb in the three weeks I’ve been back on track so far; definitely mostly fluid, but I’m happy with that as I’m feeling a lot less puffy or bloated. I’m sure this week will be a lot lower on the loss front due to lack of exercise and head cold, but we’ll see what happens. Rather dreading next week as I’m away for two nights with work and the food will be horrendously unhealthy, plus the expectation that I’ll be on the booze; at least I’ll get to weigh in on the Tuesday before I go, so I can hope for a good result to cling to! Still debating the best way to handle the time away – I swing between not drinking and trying to eat sensibly, through having the two days off diet and eating and drinking as I please, back to ‘I’d rather fast for the three days than eat all that rubbish and feel shocking for days after’. Sigh. Will just have to see how I feel on the days I reckon. It’s not the calories that bother me actually, it’s how bad I know I’ll feel after eating & drinking high carb for the whole time!

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    Good eve little drummer girl and everyone 😘
    Thankyou for you message it makes so much sense to cut down and go low carbs I am sitting looking at my recipe books 📕 decided to make some soups then I can have them at lunch times (without bread!!) 🤣 I just need to stop feeling sorry for myself and stay firmly on my 💺 on the bus
    Thanks for your advice
    Nokie 😊

  • posted by Nokie
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    Good eve little drummer girl and everyone 😘
    Thankyou for you message it makes so much sense to cut down and go low carbs I am sitting looking at my recipe books 📕 decided to make some soups then I can have them at lunch times (without bread!!) 🤣 I just need to stop feeling sorry for myself and stay firmly on my 💺 on the bus
    Thanks for your advice
    Nokie 😊

  • posted by Yowzer49
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    Howdy pardners!
    LD GIRL v good and wise advice! Damage limitation always helps!
    You have done marvellously losing so much in such small time,..thunderous applause! 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
    i know you must be feeling amaaazing!xx
    CCATHY well done also xx and v well done on contuinuing in your v important role helping to reduce covid risks xx
    NOKIE hold on tight and keep doing your best!
    Sorry i cant go back to respond further..i have read all the posts but details are slipping away and if i go back,this post will slip away,so will just say,love to all especially DAWN,thinking of you xx i feel its been very hard for bereaved families tnis last week or so,watching one particular family ‘s sad story unfolding.
    Keep on keeping off folks..i havent lost any more since initial half stone ..have to plod on and keep those goals in sight!👀 😄
    🍁🌻🍁🌻 “ If you are PERSISTENT you will GET it,if you are CONSISTENT you will KEEP it! “ 🍁🌻🍁🌻

  • posted by Yowzer49
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    🍁🌻🌷popping in to say Happy Autumn/ Spring Equinox! 🍁🌻🌷 xxxx

  • posted by SueBlue
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    Morning everyone, I feel like I’ve been MIA over the past few weeks! I do read all of your posts, compile replies in my head – but then don’t get around to posting!
    Nokie – my advice would be to just keep going, one step at a time, and do what you can. I’m terrible at sticking to plan, and have far more “off plan” days than on BUT by keeping low carb/more protein in mind, portion control and moving more I have been losing weight, albeit slowly. The small losses gradually add up. It was my birthday this week and while I was disappointed I wasn’t at my goal weight, I realised that I weighed 4kg (9lb?) less than this time last year, so eas happy with that.
    I have the wedding in less than 3 weeks now but still can’t get motivated/in the right head space to stay on plan! We have a family lunch today for my birthday which will Involve drinks, but I’m thinking of having vodka and soda water as it is lower carb than wine, and alternating with water. Then I’m going out for dinner on Wednesday for our anniversary and next weekend I’m going to a High Tea my daughter is having as a bridal shower/hens party. But I guess there’s still 4 days over the next week where I CAN stick to plan 🙂 I didn’t weigh in on Friday but will be on Monday morning so will update then, although to be honest I’m NOT expecting a loss this week.

    Cathy – I hope your new job is going well, good on you for taking up a new challenge at 60!

    Yowser – thank you for your encouraging words and quotes, they always make me smile.

    And to everyone else who’s finding it hard to get motivated – this article from the CSIRO is interesting:

    https://www.csiro.au/en/news/news-releases/2022/csiro-total-wellbeing-diet

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    HI Sue, I know exactly how you feel! Been meaning to post for days.Belated birthday greetings and I hope you had a lovely celebration? and it must only be a couple of weeks to the wedding now? If you want to go on a quick weight loss blitz I’ll happily join you to spur you on – I’ve not only stalled recently but been piling weight on. Not happy! But still determined to lose a stone by Christmas so I’d better get my skates on!

    How is everyone else doing? I meant to say LittleDrummerGirl a very well done for your 17lb so far! That’s incredible 👏 and is a real inspiration. I hope to report at least some loss again when I next post. Which will be SOON!! X

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    Hello everyone
    It’s been a hectic week for me. The flu job didn’t work out- it was too chaotic and disorganised for me! The guy I was meeting last Wednesday for training at 9.30 am didn’t even show up and I was told “you can go home if you want”! I decided that I am better off staying at the vaccination centre where we are busy doing the autumnal boosters. I was sad and disappointed because I did 15 hours online training that I won’t get paid for but I’ve drawn a line under the disappointment.
    Weight wise I am 0.2 lb lighter than last week! Rubbish really but still a little loss and I did host book club where I served up the ratatouille and halloumi bake (they loved it) and also it was my 38th wedding anniversary so we went for Sunday lunch (no pudding)!
    Slow and steady wins the race! I feel better now that I am not stressing about a new job. I’m worrying about my son and his wife who have just applied for a mortgage for their first house – what a terrible economic mess we are in! Always something to worry about! Anyway, I am trying to keep healthy food wise and I am going to try and lose 2lb this week.
    DCT – I want to see you at the front of the bus this week! I’m keeping my eye on you! 👁
    SueBlue- not long now until the big day. I bet you’re so excited.
    Have a good week everyone. Let’s just do our best every day. It’s as much as we can do.
    Let’s see if we can collectively lose one stone between us between now and next Wednesday. I hope to contribute 2lb towards it. What are you going to aim for?

  • posted by Yowzer49
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    Hi folks,yes CCATHY,will join in seeing what we cal lose by next Wednesday!
    Im sorry the flu job didnt workout after your 15 hours training,also sorry about yr sons mortgage appl..very difficult frustrating and worrying time for him,same for my young hairdresser ❤️
    SUE is it just over 2 weeks..oct 14 the Big Day! X
    Love to you all and hugs,life is trying our patience at the moment in several ways,so lets have a singsong…
    Any suggestions..
    “If youre happy and you know it clap your hands! “…🤨😄🙄

  • posted by Never Give Up
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    Hello all! I haven’t had time to post much recently but enjoyed all of your updates, thank you. Well done everyone on losses, and efforts, ClarinetCathy – a loss is a loss – last week I somehow gained 4lb but lost 6lb again this week so that balances out at a 2lb loss over the last 2 weeks, and overall 12lb since I joined so I’m very happy with that.
    2lb more will be a stone so I would like to contribute 2lb towards next Wednesday if possible – count me in 🙂 A collective stone sounds good!
    Life seems so busy these days with different things cropping up each week. I find that if I can pencil in at least 2 days each week for an 800kcal day, it’s great, and then a third or fourth is a good bonus. The other days where it might not be possible to count everything, I do damage limitation with very low carbs and it’s going in the right direction overall.

  • posted by LittleDrummerGirl
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    Evening all!
    Late check in for me this week – lost 1.8lb when I weighed on Tuesday. Quite pleased with that given I’d had one day very over calories and had a head cold for most of the week and know I was retaining some fluid. That was the good bit – after WI on Tuesday I had to be away for two nights for work and got back this afternoon. Suffice to say, my calorie intake over the last three days as been very non-compliant to Fast 800! Haven’t even attempted to calculate the food and the booze would probably double it unfortunately! Only saving grace was I did quite a bit of walking and played a lot of table tennis while drinking, so my Fitbit reckons I had a 4K+ calorie expenditure on Tuesday and 5K+ yesterday, which might take the edge off some of the damage with a bit of luck! Will be back on plan from tomorrow and see if I can minimise the damage by WI next week! To be honest, I don’t feel bad about the calories, which is odd, I would usually be beating myself up about it, so I wonder whether I am finally adapting to treating this as a lifestyle, where I have the opportunity to celebrate with food and drink now and then, but return to my Fast 800 / low carb baseline. Hope so, as it’s a healthier approach than feeding the guilt monkey and keeping him sat on my shoulder! What I do regret is all the walking and standing – it’s really aggravated the achillies tendon issues I’ve been managing for the last several months, so I’m back to square one with a fair amount of pain and unable to walk properly when I get up the last couple of days; hoping my appointment with an specialist next week can shed some light on it. I can use my rebounder trampoline twice a day, five days a week with no problems, discomfort at a manageable base level, but lots of walking or standing and all the good work is undone. So frustrating.
    Anyway – hope everyone has a good week and I’ll keep reading everyones updates.

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    Hi all and LITTLEDRUMMER! I empathise with you re walking,standing..i get tired very fast,not much stamina..i go on my rebounder but not as often as you. How long do you stay on it? Hopefully it does us some good!
    Good luck with seeing the specialist,hope he’s helpful.
    Guilt Monkey made me laugh.li have a Carb Monster and an Inner Chimp always hanging around me,trying to get me into bad ways and often succeeding! 😁
    Cant believe Friday is around the corner,time goes so fast…wishing everyone bussing on here a great weekend as we chug along,theu hills and dales! XX🌷🍁🍁🌷XX
    PS NEVER GIVE UP..nearly a stone off 👏👏👏👏👏👏 very well done! X

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    Hi All
    I too have been meaning to post for ages BUT things got away from me. The transatlantic we’re on in March we just had a $2 deposit on & prices had gone down so I’ve been trying to get a good deal on a brand new booking. We normally go for a balcony but the inside cabins were a steal at just $750 each so we plumped for those. We can go through an American Agency as Carl still travels on a US passport & also has a valid US drivers licence at a friends address in MS. Anyways we also bought future cruise deposits for £75 each which hopefully they’ll covert to the US equivalent of $100 each which give us $100 of On Board Credit (OBC) too. We also each have $250 Casino Credit from the last cruise – which we desperately hope they’ll accept (the terms say Europe & that’s where we’re headed to from the US) On top of that they are offering $260 OBC per cabin. Then shareholder credit of $250$ I’ve been amazed at the potential saving especially on the well priced 15 day cruise. $1500 in total less a grand total of $1210 means we get a 15 day cruise for $290 for both of us!!! No wonder Americans seem to cruise all the time! OK you have gratuities to pay of $435 for both of us but it works out at a daily rate of just $48 for the 2 of us. Well actually it will cost us $1935 in total but we’ll have (hopefully) $1210 to spend onboard & for excursions, a few drinks & also hopefully we’ll win at the casino. Beats a long flight any day! As we’re on the American site they also usually have offers to upgrade& you can bid for an upgrade too. I had to phone Princess UK as US Princess can’t see the credits from the last cruise on their site, then I have phone the US agency tomorrow to see if the lady did put it on the new booking & if we can use ALL of them. Fingers crossed! Just put this on here in case anyone else can get an American address & et the bargains too. (many people do this (illegally really) pretty easily using relatives or friends address). We used vacationstogo.com (easiest to see what cruises are available) but Americandiscountcruises also offer great deals & you can easily see on there the final prices (which vacationstogo will match). We saved over $1300 on having an inside cabin & we’re also hoping they’ll offer us a cheap upgrade later on. Doesn’t matter if we just end up staying there as we enjoyed being out on the decks socialising rather than using the balcony. We met some lovely people on the last cruise. Hope some of you can use this information. Shame about the horrendously low £ to $ rate though since Truss’s brainwave (NOT!)

    I’ve been & still am trying to lose the weight gained. Total loss just 2.6lbs since we came back Going to start making huge pans of soups again (2-3litres) from all my veggie scraps, as the weather is SO cold now. I’ve hated throwing out the cauliflower leaves & stalk, the broccoli stalks & the leek tops that aren’t too green. Such a waste not to use them & for those of you who don’t know the bits you throw away are full of more vits & minerals, not to mention fibre than the parts we usually all eat. Add a parsnip & spinach(for taste) also some cheap cream cheese then whizz them all up with a hand blender. Better than anything you can buy in a supermarket at high cost & my soups are better than anything you can get in a restaurant too. We LOVE them!

    We are REALLY pleased that our nearest shop is now an Aldi, we have no corner shops or anything & nearest towns are 1.5 miles & 2 miles further than the Aldi. It opened on September 15th & I was boasting to Molly & Sarah that it’s now our closest shop. Prices for groceries are pretty horrendous in the US, making it cheaper often to eat out. Both girls raved about Aldi after they made the long trips to them, there weren’t many in their part. Believe it or not they BOTH had Aldis open up in their towns in FL & MS on the exact same day. What a coincidence YAY!

    Talking of Aldi, they now have that wonderful 3 fish roast in stock at all stores. They were supposed to have it in ours on 15th too BUT we think they sent it all out to London restaurants etc. because of the many dignitaries that made it there for the Queens funeral. If you haven’t tried it then you REALLY should as it’s excellent quality & it’s something that anyone would be amazed to have in a restaurant. It’s now 650gms instead of i think 800gms but at £5.99 it’s an absolute treat for 2 people. Cod, Salmon & smoked Haddock make up 51% of the weight so about 330gms & the cheese & wine sauce is divine. OK tiny bits of potato (you won’t see them) & breadcrumbs top it but no way am i taking those off. 1/2 a pack is 493 cals with carbs of 29.4 – I know most of us try to keep under 50gms BUT even if you try to keep under 20gms this is a superb treat. Put it on top of cauli, leeks & broccoli & it’s a delight. You won’t need anything further on top of the veg. say YUM YUM! Going to try & pick up the salmon & Prawn Wellington too in about 10mins as this is I think 60% or so fish & prawns with cheese/wine sauce. Just ditch the pastry & that’s £4.29 for 750gms I think. IF you do buy it let it thaw out for FAR better results. If you cook from fozen at the temp they suggest on the packet it dries the lovely sauce out. We let it thaw then bung it in the air fryer (ours is a large 2,000W pan style) You then just cook it at a low 155C for 22 mins & it’s perfection.Gotta go shop folks, just 2 miles up the road. YAY!

    Take care all, hugs to everyone.
    Onwards & downwards peeps. Just keep on keeping off.
    Linda XXXX

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    Hi all😷
    I am sorry I cannot write ✍️ much but I have the dreaded covid and feel terrible thanks for all the posts they cheered me up I will be in contact soon when I feel bit better my husband just took test he has it now too😕
    We both had flu and booster jabs on sat as well😪😪
    Take care everyone have a good week not sure what I sm going to eat

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    Oh NOKIE im so sorry ….look after yourselves and get well soon. Sending very gentle hugs to you both XX
    Linda,great to see you,just been reading the fishy thing you mention,im not very fishy but Beau loves it so will deffo buy. We havent been in Aldi for a while so its high time we went!XX hugs to hub and you also xx

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    Good morning from rainy Sydney! So tired of rain.
    I’m feeling cheery this morning, 400g gone this week which is hardly earth shattering I suppose but at least it’s downward progression and it has been consistently downward though (very) slow since I restarted at the beginning of September.
    Good luck to everyone for the one stone challenge! I am hesitant to put a figure on my contribution but a pound (800g) would be nice 🙂
    CC, I am sorry your job didn’t work out. It’s disappointing after your prep for it.
    Linda, I envy you your cruise! I am going on a one week cruise at the end of the month, just to Melbourne and back for the Melbourne Cup and to see friends in Melbourne that I haven’t seen for nearly 10 years. I am looking forward to it but it doesn’t compare with your transatlantic trip! The Tasman sea is often rough, on one trip I did with my mother just down the coast and back a few years ago the seas were so high we couldn’t leave the ship for shore visits and one unfortunate lady broke her leg falling down stairs and had an emergency evac at sea. I watched them trying to line up the rescue boat and the cruise ship to shoot a gangway across, I didn’t think they could possibly manage it but they are such skilled sailors, it all happened very efficiently and quickly.
    Nokie I am sorry you’re feeling sick. Hope you recover before long.
    Yowser, thank you for all your encouraging comments! It’s always great to read your posts.
    Good luck everyone for the coming week, keep going!

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    Nokie – so sorry to hear you’ve got covid; hope you feel better soon.

    Yowzer49 – my rebounder sessions are usually 2 x 15 mins and I tailor the intensity to how I’m feeling at the time so could be anything from a gentle bounce to something more energetic; I work from home so fit the first one into a break in the morning and then the second one between finishing work and picking the kids up from school! It’s not much, but it’s pretty much all I have time for at the moment unfortunately. I aim for Monday to Friday and have weekends off, but it doesn’t always work out if I’m away for work or similar; do what I can and don’t worry too much if I can’t as no need to sweat the small stuff in life! I do find it helps actually (improves my flexibility, strength and balance for sure), plus I enjoy it – bit of music and a bounce wakes me up and lifts my mood. I used to be a bit of a gym bunny and a runner 15 years or so ago (for a brief time – got over the fitness bug pretty quick!) so it’s nice to feel I’m doing something, even if it’s only a little bit – reminds me of when I was fit. I don’t think my tendons will ever take distance running again, so jogging on the rebounder is as close as I’m likely to get to a half marathon again 😂 I always ice my ankles after my morning session too, for 20 mins or so, which I think helps as well.

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    Nokie sorry to hear that you and your husband are unwell, hope you feel better soon 🙂 Touch wood I’ve dodged the covid bullet so far, I just need to keep well for the next couple of weeks and then it won’t matter so much after that!
    Weight loss for me has stalled, I’m just not in the right head space at the moment. I know I SHOULD be, with the wedding less than 2 weeks away, but it’s just not happening. At least I’m not putting on any weight, just staying the same. I’d still like to lose another couple of kilos if I can, so will try to stick to plan over the next few weeks.
    While I’m glad life is returning to normal after COVID lockdowns etc, it was much easier for me last year to stick to plan, exercise etc. Now we are out and about more and socialising, and work is busier,
    I have less time to focus. Not making excuses just trying to reason why I found it so much easier to lose weight a year ago than I do now!
    We had a lovely High Tea today with my daughter and bridesmaids. I ate a few sandwiches and a scone plus a few little bite sized cakes but only had one glass of sparkling wine and some tea. I’m not going to have dinner tonight so my calories shouldn’t be too bad today.
    Now that my birthday, wedding anniversary and this high tea are out of the way, I have a good 12 clear days to make an effort! So my contribution to our group weight loss effort this week is hopefully 1kg or 2lb 🙂

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    Hi everyone, just checking in. Lovely to read all your posts, and well done for the successes. Nevergive up well done for your 12lb so far! I can identify with what you said about gaining then losing – I seem to yo-yoing up and down three pounds at the moment. But I’m just about back on track after holidays and everything, and hope to see another pound go (properly!) this week so that will be my contribution to our Wednesday weigh in 🤞

    Cathy thanks for dragging me up to the front of the bus. I really need to be there otherwise I will get up to all kinds of shenanigans at the back. Sorry your job didn’t work out. You sound well out of it tbh – if they can’t even sort out your initial training session who knows what it would have been like trying to work there.

    Nokie I hope you’re feeling better now? Take things easy and be kind to yourself – Covid is horrible. Littledrummergirl hope you’re recovering too? I also need to get back into fitness. I took up running during the first Covid lockdown and was doing pretty well until last summer when I had to pause it originally for a back problem but then got really busy with work and it kind of slipped off the agenda. I was also doing loads of w;alking until recently but that has also begun to slide. Time to get my act together! I’ve just started going to a yoga class to help with my balance but need to either increase the walking or start running again – ideally both.

    Sue, not long till the wedding! Exciting times ❤️ My daughter is getting married in 2024 so I still have plenty. of time to get to goal . . . though time just seems to fly past these days and I know it will soon be here. Like you Cathy, they are hoping to buy their first home but one potential fell through recently and now I don’t know how they’ll be fixed re a new mortgage offer on another place.

    Linda I will try the Aldi fish roast too. We had one open near us in April and I did go looking but couldn’t find it. So. maybe it’s a seasonal thing? And Mariet, hope the rain is easing up? Your forthcoming trip sounds amazing.

    Yowzer how are you doing? You do such a good job of inspiring everyone else that I hope that things are going well for you too!

    Hello to anyone I’ve missed, and hope you all have a great week. Here’s to our collective stone by Wednesday 😄

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    On my way out for blood tests,so just a quick thought for the day..
    🌷🌷Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. And today is a gift, that’s why it’s called the present.🌷🌷……
    So,enjoy the moment and seize the day!
    Ps ..Ive lost 1+ lb so far this week,hope to make it to 2 lbs by Wednesday towards our communal stone!xx
    ✫*¨*.¸¸.✶*¨*.✫*¨*.¸.¸¸.✶*¨*.✫* ✫*¨*.¸¸.✶*¨*.✫*¨*.¸.¸¸.✶*¨*.✫* ✫*¨*.¸¸.✶*¨*.✫*¨*.¸.¸¸.✶*¨*.✫* ✫*¨*.¸¸.✶*¨*.✫*¨*.¸.¸¸.✶*¨*.✫* ✫*¨

  • posted by Never Give Up
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    Hello all 🙂 thanks for all your posts. Just popping by quickly because I wanted to tot up what commitment we had towards our “communal stone” that CC put forward and can add up 8lb – someone please let me know if this isn’t correct! So here’s to an 8lb loss tomorrow (and it may be more! Yowser has set the trend with 1lb so far….) but don’t lose heart if you haven’t lost what you said you would – any loss is in the right direction and we never give up…….

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    Evening! Quick visit from me: weigh in today +3.6lb and to be honest, it could have been much worse! The three days away with work after WI last week were bad, then back on track Friday, then Saturday and Sunday went extremely off piste and then back on track Monday. Feel like I’m retaining a fair bit of fluid so suspect the damage is actually less than the scales show, so we’ll see how it pans out at WI next week. Fortunately I didn’t volunteer for the “communal stone” target, so this shouldn’t set you back! Anyway, food back on track as of yesterday and I’ll try to get back on the rebounder tomorrow – laid off it yesterday and today as still struggling with my achilles after last week; saw a specialist about them today who wants to talk about surgery. As it involves 6 weeks in a cast, 6 weeks in a weight bearing boot and then 6 weeks of physio, I do not want to talk about surgery and will learn to live with the pain! No way I can be out of action and unable to drive for 12 weeks, so I’ll just have to make do unless the xrays show something really horrendous when I have them. Keep on keeping on folks – will check back when I can!

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    Hiii bus people! How did one week challenge go for those taking part? I lost 2 and a quarter pounds towards our communal stone xx
    Found it a real incentive helping me stay on track! xx

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