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Tag Archives: weight gain
My scales are pretty accurate as I was a pound within target when I weighed myself this morning. I knew I’d weigh heavy at group tonight, and I wasn’t wrong, but the damage is not as bad as it could … Continue reading
Sigh. Half a pound gain this week, despite my efforts and extra exercise. I even walked down to group tonight, just over ¾ of a mile, plus the four walks with the dog today, six yesterday and walking into town … Continue reading
What can I say. It’s all gone out of the window/front door, got in the car and driven away. Not walking Maggie four or five times a day is growing showing. Getting in nibbles, biscuits and choccie bars for MOH’s … Continue reading
Reblog, as I’ve temporarily resigned from Slimming World until we get sorted and I can join a new group locally Shock and dismay at my indiscretion, The scales have moved in the wrong direction, Wiping the smile off my … Continue reading
‘There’s something wrong, and you’re not telling me.‘ Hubby said this morning. I told him everything was fine, and not to worry, but he wasn’t having it. He knows me too well. I suppose his mind has gone into overdrive … Continue reading
Excuses rang across the hall, Gains in weight had befallen all, Down to a single judgement call: Put simply, Because It Was There. Sweets and cakes and savouries, Chocolate Santas and novelties, Candy canes hung on Christmas Trees, It became … Continue reading
Weighing possibilities, fed up having to count, Testing the taste buds, such a small amount, It won’t matter, a nibble here or there, ‘Til we find we need bigger clothes to wear. A crumb or two, the lick of a … Continue reading