I had Vertical Sleeve Gastric Surgery in October 2012, and this is my journey to push the fat girl aside and start living life without fear of lawn chairs,
the middle seat, clothing shops and high heels. Among other things.


MEASURE TWICE - EAT ONCE!

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

6 Milestones in March....already!

Weigh in this morning - 232.0.

This is the sixth time this month that I've had a new low!   

WOW!

I had been totally stalled out since October of last year (1 year sleeved anniversary).  I had spent 3 months after that fighting against myself and not following the rules. Also thinking that the 240's was it and that I was at the limit of my surgery assistance.

As usual, he limiting factor in weight loss is me (and my brain).

January 1st, I downloaded the MFP ap and recommitted to tracking my food.  Every time I keep at tracking -  I get better at food portions and just being aware of my consumption.  The key factor.  Plus - MORE PROTEIN!!

Eat MOAR Steak!


So this month has been a real revelation for me.  I am currently at my college weight.  I'm on track to be in the 220's.  THE 220's.  That means... 210 is around the corner.  Which means... the 200's and 190's are totally achievable.

Maybe not in 2014, but I think that in another year I could be down to my 195lbs goal. Pretty incredible stuff.

Mid March - feeling good!

6 comments:

  1. I've been holding steady since October, too. Let's get this thing moving, eh?

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    1. Do it!! :) I had forgotten how nice itwas tobe successful! ha!!

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing your story. I really am seeing that we need to stay the course, even when it's not perfect. Yay you!

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  3. Absolutely incredible Tamzin. I'm currently in a non-logging funk right now and I KNOW I need to pull my head out and DO THE RIGHT THING. Thanks for sharing your success, I'm so proud of you and you are motivating ME to do the SAME!

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  4. :) Thankyou much! As you can see... it goes in swings. I'm just happy to be back on a good one.

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