Just takes forever

While sitting in front of the log burner all winter, I tucked into sweets, chocolate, ice cream and cake. Over the months clothes started to get tight, so I started to wear the ones that had give in them!! Reaching 19st 4lbs was the last straw, but it all takes time, it went on easily. I am on day 30 and now at 18st 9lbs I want it to come off faster, but know I will have to continue to work at it.

It has been hard, sometimes I look back and remember when i was fit enough to do the Great North Run, now I find it hard to walk to the end of the farm lane (1mile).

Will keep going, onwards and upwards, no, downwards!! Hee hee.

Skip

Featured Content

Join the NHS Weight Loss Plan

Join over 40,000 others on our 12-week diet and exercise plan. Keep motivated to develop healthier eating habits & get more active.

Get Started!

Featured by HealthUnlocked

12 Replies

oldest β€’ newest
  • 9 pounds in 4weeks. Brilliant! It's working. Today the end of the lane, tomorrow the world!

  • Looks good when someone else says it, thank you.

  • Well done for all you have achieved so far, every pound gone is a great thing.

    Keep up the good work and have a fantastic week.

  • Thank you for your support.

  • Fantastic post, well done you! Keep going and you will soon be hiking again

  • I hope you are right!

  • Congratulations for being here.

    Its a tough tough thing we do and then posting here makes it more accountable.

    Good on you and congrats on the weight loss!

  • Will just keep chipping away. Thanks for the support.

  • Keep a stock of lovely herbal teas in, I do, great fir the cals and kidneys, sweet teas are fab, solve the issue for the coming months

  • Thank you,will give them a go.

  • Congrats to you. I've piled on about 25 pounds in about two years and cannot seem to shake it, so I know the feeling. I'm glad you're seeing progress.

  • Why is it so easy to put on and oh so hard to take off!! Thank you for your support.

You may also like...