8/7/2018 TUESDAY Day 33 FAT-LOSS GOAL Had I set a specific number of pounds I wanted or expected to lose, it wouldn’t have been an experiment as I indicated in my first post regarding the AFC RAPID FAT-LOSS DIET. Perhaps I should have defined rapid. Maybe I did. I better go back and check.Continue reading “FAT-LOSS GOAL – DAY 33”
That half pound attached to the 155.5 lb. reading on the scale this past Friday bothered me, so I weighed myself this morning (Monday) at 4:14 AM, even though my rule was to weigh-in only once a week on Fridays. Obviously I woke up feeling a little lighter, otherwise I wouldn’t have done it. So,Continue reading “11 DAYS AND COUNTING”
I want to feel my weight. Being numb to it isn’t helping to reduce it. When factoring in the time and effort it takes to wake up to it and stay awake, it isn’t worth whatever short-term benefit the ‘numb to it’ provided. So each day for a while, in my mind, I will weighContinue reading “Feel Your Weight”
New rule: Weigh myself fully clothed with shoes on after shower and breakfast. At the doctor office I don’t get weighed naked right out of bed, and they don’t take my word on how much I really weighed in the morning – a mistake all medical professionals make. Still, I refuse to fear the scales withContinue reading “WEIGH SELF FULLY CLOTHED”
Unfortunately, the metric we’ve been relying on for decades — numbers on a scale — isn’t always indicative of the progress you’re making in your weight-loss journey. In fact, some really powerful transformations that appear to be slim downs involve very few pounds lost — some even have gained weight! Here are some little victories to keep an eyeContinue reading “How to Track Weight-Loss Progress Without a Scale “
18 September 2012, 143 lbs. 12 August 2016, 165.6 lbs. 30 September 2016, 154 lbs. 30 October 2016, 149 lbs. 22 January 2017, 160 lbs. 13 February 2017, 159 lbs. 2 March 2017, 164 lbs. 15 April 2017, 157 lbs.