I think that’s a good milestone, so I am cataloguing it here.
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Tara Anderson has written 5 entries about this goal
I am down one pants size, but still at about 189/190. I guess I should just keep on truckin’.
I’ve been stuck at 190 for months and months now, and by that statement, I mean “fluctuating between 190-205 but mostly at 190.”
At work we’re doing a thing similar to “The Biggest Loser” in Q1 where there are guy/girl teams and you buy in for $10… the team that loses the most gets the pot. They’re working on a group deal at Bally’s which will allow us cheap memberships also.
I have a plan to start running in 2007/once we move, and will probably ride my bike a lot more. And I have a good partner with a great sense of humor for the Biggest Loser thing so I think that will work out in my favor.
The scale says I’ve lost ten pounds. We’re a quarter of the way into the year and I’ve stopped working out (laziness & sickness + school kind of squashed that goal for a while), but my weight seems to have stabilized somehow.
My clothes don’t fit any better, I don’t feel better. I need to lose more. At 190 lbs, my goal is really to weigh around 140. I’d be happy if I could reach 160 this year, even 170. But I’m not really sure how I’m going to get there.
I rode my bike to work today, which was both fun and a learning experience. I’m really wishing that my commute was just a little longer so I could feel like I was getting a little more exercise in. I’m thinking that the ride home may be harder than the ride in – there are more hills to go up, and there will be more people walking dogs in about ten minutes’ time than there were at nine-thirty this morning.
I’m hoping that riding my bike more often will help a little. I’m in the process of quitting drinking sodas and caffeinated beverages, and drinking more water. The water in the building where I work tastes vaguely like pond water.
Eh, I’m going home.
Whoa. Where did those five pounds go? (Short answer: I’ve been working out a little bit, and eating better)