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biscottibody59 - Tuesday Jan 13, 2004
(1800-2100 Cal * 36g Fiber * 90 oz Water)
Weight: 151.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 151 (Dec 2003)
Current BMI=25.9; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


For my activity yesterday I did a 30 min Jog, a 5 min dog jog--happy dog!--and a 5 minute walk.

Ain't changing that number to 153, but that's what I weigh and I took a couple measurements (for good measure--hahaha!) and they're the same. So in the interest of my condition of "camelness"--keep reading, unless you've already gotten it--I'm not changing my weight, thank you very much!

I Googled "retaining water like a" and these are what popped up:

1. From ****ypoo's diary (July 2003), I gained three pounds in Gatlinburg. THREE pounds - and I'm retaining water like a m*therf*ck*r due to PMS and sore muscles. Do m*therf*ck*rs retain water?

2. From Fit & Femme - Spandex Is A Privilege, Not a Right, How lean I perceive myself to be. I don�t select micro-shorts if my thighs are retaining water like a public works earthen dam built in the thirties.

3. From DietLowCarb.com, someone's journal, I am cramped beyond belief and retaining water like a camel.

4. From Jaqueline Fink, I got super tired and started retaining water like a 5 foot 5 inch sponge.

4. Others, "sea cow," "whale," "pregnant woman," "woman," "madlady," "dyke" but they probably meant "dike"--little dutch boy, finger in the dike, get it???

Cheers everyone!


2148 cal * 90g fat * 22g fiber * 45 oz water * 348 cal deficit

Soon2BThin on 01/13/2004:
It's funny how our weight can jump up or down every day for no apparent reason. Oh, wait, you said you're retaining water like a camel. So that must be it. You do have a reason. I'm in menopause so never know when I may be retaining, no "special" time of the month, could happen any time. Ain't life grand?!


inmorning on 01/14/2004:
Damn that scale. I think would think we had the same one but yours seems to be a bit more polite than mine. The b*st*rds.



biscottibody59 - Monday Jan 12, 2004
(1800-2100 Cal * 36g Fiber * 90 oz Water)
Weight: 151.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 151 (Dec 2003)
Current BMI=25.9; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


Did 69 min/8.2 mi on the NordicTrack. No jog.

Cheers everyone!


2132 cal * 83g fat * 15g fiber * 50 oz water * 708 cal deficit


biscottibody59 - Sunday Jan 11, 2004
(1800-2100 Cal * 36g Fiber * 90 oz Water)
Weight: 151.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 151 (Dec 2003)
Current BMI=25.9; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


Happy Sunday!

I had a verrry good activity day yesterday--yiii-ha! Did a Circuit Aer Wkt using NordicTrack, 61 min/7.0 mi. Later took a 20 min Jog and 10 min dog walk.

Drank a beer and had a Schlotzsky's sandwich too--woohoo!

Cheers everyone!


2023 cal * 68g fat * 14g fiber * 45 oz water * 1024 cal deficit

ClearOcean on 01/11/2004:
wow! 7 miles!


babygirl112 on 01/11/2004:
Amazing, you are doing so good, keep it up! :D



biscottibody59 - Saturday Jan 10, 2004
(1800-2100 Cal * 36g Fiber * 90 oz Water)
Weight: 151.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 151 (Dec 2003)
Current BMI=25.9; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


I had a no exercise day. Unless you count passive paper sorting. Nevertheless it amounted to a negative deficit--more eaten than burned. Imagine that--that's how I used to live and eat day in and day out.

My diet used to be just downright nasty and tons of it. I'm glad I saw some kind of light. Losing the first 10 pounds was a huge boost. It seems to be difficult to find that boost with every subsequent 10 pounds, but it's doable. For me it's doing something every day--writing down my food--being mindful of my choices. Even noticing they're not the best--making a mental note--going on. I don't beat myself up about it anymore. Counting calories, exercise minutes, tracking something, a pattern I'd like to change--increasing exercise intensity or minutes.

I often think of the blurb PastaGal always put at the end of her entries: "One day at a time and Consistency will help you get to your goal faster."

Cheers everyone!


2943 cal * 137g fat * 31g fiber * 45 oz water * -643 cal deficit

geevee on 01/10/2004:
I, too, have thought about the tons of junk food I used to eat on a daily basis and wonder how I didn't get fatter than I did. Considering how much I've cut back and cut out, you'd think I would weigh 100lbs. but as you noted, the less one weighs, the slower it comes off. Not to be able to exercise really hurts! I feel like if I don't, I'll gain a half pound.


Soon2BThin on 01/10/2004:
Hi, thanks for your comment. I read bitchypoo.com every day. I'm even on her notify list, call me weird. I like her and her hubby. Have you read his old site "onefatman.com"? I think it's no longer there but he lost over 100 pounds and he's doing great. I think Robyn is just taking some time off but I think she's maintaining right now. Anyway, I just got an e-mail about the Iditawalk and it starts on Feb. 1. I'm going to do it for sure but I'm going to wait to see if Robyn is going to do it so I can be on her team again. Last year they messed up my t-shirt and put some other team name on it instead so I want to try again. Besides I loved doing it. You can go to idita-walk.com to sign up now until Jan. 31. Are you going to do it? Well, I'd better get at some house cleaning. Have a great day!


geevee on 01/10/2004:
Thanks for your encouragine comment. I just posted a mid-day update which tells you how very aware I am of the situation, yeah! sloshing down the bun-less pork sandwich with a nice, cold beer. Ahhh. We do what we can, right? Geez, I sure wish I could just get in that pool to undo that damage. I'll just have to wait until tomorrow.


ClearOcean on 01/10/2004:
When I think of this as a diet, I usually give up because it dictates me. When I think of this as a lifestyle journey, I rule, I am in control and the pounds come off. At least they did in the past. I am hoping it still works for me!Beating oneself up definitely does not work!



biscottibody59 - Friday Jan 09, 2004
(1800-2100 Cal * 36g Fiber * 90 oz Water)
Weight: 151.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 151 (Dec 2003)
Current BMI=25.9; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


Happy Friday!

My two goals for the challenge are to eat (a good) breakfast every morning and to get in a Circuit Aerobic Workout every 2 days.

I was down to 151 for Tuesday's (1.6) weigh-in. My measurements were down 1/8 inch in both Wrist and Arm, down .5 inch in Waist, Calf and Hip unchanged, Abd and Bust up .75 inch and Leg up .25 inch.

Yesterday, in addition to my jog, I took the dog on a 5 min jog--what a happy dog! My lack of water (25 oz) for yesterday was overtaken by about 30 oz Coca-Cola and 12 oz Pepsi. Nothing to write home about!

Cheers everyone!


Mon 1.5:
1621 cal * 40g fat * 25g fiber * 90 oz water * 1274 cal deficit
Activities: NordicTrack 53 min/6.1 mi; Jog 20 min/dog walk 10 min

Tues 1.6:
2405 cal * 102g fat * 41g fiber * 90 oz water * 426 cal deficit
Activities: NordicTrack 70 min/8.0 mi; No Jog

Wed 1.7:
2161 cal * 72g fat * 21g fiber * 70 oz water * 686 cal deficit
Activities: Circuit Aer Wkt using NordicTrack, 53 min/6.0 mi;
Jog 20 min/dog walk 5 min

Thurs 1.8:
2417 cal * 92g fat * 13g fiber * 25 oz water * 331 cal deficit
Activities: NordicTrack 40 min/4.5 mi; 25 min Jog 25 min;
Dog jog 5 min; 5 min walk

curlsncuffs on 01/09/2004:
Whoa! What a great job and plan! Horray for you! You're doing great! I admire your workout! Can't wait til I'm 151 -


inmorning on 01/10/2004:
I think you have me confused. I just sound organized, there is a difference ;~)



biscottibody59 - Monday Jan 05, 2004
(1800-2100 Cal * 36g Fiber * 90 oz Water)
Weight: 151.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 151 (Dec 2003)
Current BMI=26.0; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


I had a good exercise day. Did a Circuit Aer Wkt on the NordicTrack,
58 min/7.0 mi. No jog. Hope you have a good food/exercise day!

Cheers everyone!


2211 cal * 92g fat * 46g fiber * 45 oz water * 601 cal deficit

curlsncuffs on 01/06/2004:
Thanks - totally agree! You are so determined! I admire that! Sever miles - woo,hoo! You are almost at your BMI goal - congrats to you! I'm hoping to get there one day! You're doing s Super Job!



biscottibody59 - Sunday Jan 04, 2004
(1800-2100 Cal * 36g Fiber * 90 oz Water)
Weight: 151.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 151 (Dec 2003)
Current BMI=26.0; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


Happy Sunday!

For me, food tracking starts today. Back to FF milk in my coffee. Back to drinking 90 oz water/day--100 is stretching it when I'm not out sweating like a pig.

Thursday 1.1 I did a Circuit Aerobic Workout using the NordicTrack,
59 min/6.8 mi. No jog.

Friday 1.2 I did a 30 min jog + 5 min dog walk.

Saturday 1.3 I did 36 min/4.2 mi on the NordicTrack and a
20 min jog + 15 min dog walk.

I really had a hard time making myself do that workout on New Year's Day. It was almost one of those times where you just say, "Okay, I don't have to do this. I have done well and I can take a break for a few days, weeks, months." Instead I finally got into it and after 10 min I knew I would be okay.

Just give yourself 10 min of activity. If you don't feel better and don't want to do another 20 min or so, don't. Try again the next day. Sort of "fake it 'til you make it." You may surprise yourself. Don't make lofty goals that you know you'll never stick to in a million years. Take the exercise a day at a time. No one says you have to love exercise, but you do have to have some payoff of feeling good at the end--at least I do.

The first few minutes of a jog are not always enjoyable--there are cobwebs in the body and mind sometimes. Sometimes I get this sense of doom that I won't be able to finish the time I've set on my watch--I don't do mileage--except to check it afterward every so often to see how I'm doing.

You don't have to be perfect, just do a little toward some goal every day. Keep a notebook of your exercise progress. Anything to motivate you. I went for so many years without (or with spurts of 2 or 3 days of) purposeful activity. If I can change, anyone can.

Cheers everyone!

squiggly on 01/04/2004:
Thanks for the great advice. You put exercise into prespective (sp?). You can reach your goals. Have a great Sunday.


geevee on 01/04/2004:
"Cobwebs in the body" -Great phrase! I felt that way swimming the other day. I thought, "Oh, geez, I'' never last 55 min., not with the logey way my body feels today, but somehow, I loosened up and did last. I have a gimpy right knee that's caused me problems for years, but since I went back to swimming, the swelling has gone down and it hasn't acted up. It's hard to believe that exercise is good for it, but that seems to be the case.


Soon2BThin on 01/04/2004:
Yippee, good for you!! I am still amazed by your amount of exercise. I hope I can get mine up that high. Little by little, I'm working my way up there. Keep up the good work.


legcramp on 01/05/2004:
Great entry! One of my goals for January is to do some form of exercise daily. I hope to stick to this for the month because hopefully then it will have formed into a sort of 'habit' if you will. You're doing a great job - good job on the holiday challenge! Keep up the pro work and stay strong!



biscottibody59 - Thursday Jan 01, 2004
(1800-2100 Cal * 36g Fiber * 100 oz Water)
Weight: 151.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 151 (Dec 2003)
Current BMI=26.0; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


Happy New Year to you all!

I'm up a half-pound from last weigh-in and didn't quite make the CurvyShar Holiday goal I had made of 149. That's okay!

My high for 2003 was 169 in March. I went down to a new low of 151--18 pounds down. I didn't think it was possible, but I did it. I hope I can persevere to lose another 6-10 pounds in the coming months.

For Tuesday 12.30, I took the day off from exercise. For yesterday I got in a 30 min jog and I was just on my feet most of the day.

I wish you all the best in your plans, goals, and resolutions for this year. It's a clean slate, put the year behind you if it wasn't entirely successful and build on the successes you did have.

Cheers everyone!

squiggly on 01/01/2004:
No, I don't have a caseworker yet. We found out that the detective hasn't done his job. I don't think that the welfare was even notified and the lady who handles cases like this isn't in until Monday. I am calling again on Monday. I'm also calling on MOnday to set up some sort of counseling for my son and possibly for myself. Hubby won't go unless it is to accompany our son. Thank you for your comments and support. I agree this year is a clean slate.


inmorning on 01/02/2004:
Hello you. Great to see you and that youare sticking with your entries. Maybe I can do better this year.



biscottibody59 - Tuesday Dec 30, 2003
(1800-2100 Cal * 36g Fiber * 100 oz Water)
Weight: 151.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 151 (Dec 2003)
Current BMI=25.9; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


I'm forgetting about my weigh-in/measurements until New Year's Day. I got in a NordicTrack workout, 62 min/7.4 mi. No jog.

This month has just whizzed by, not to mention the whole of 2003. I didn't accomplish everything I wanted to, but I know one thing--I need to become more selfish. Now, I already think I take quality time for myself. What I want to do in the coming year is not say YES!, when I know good and well I should be saying NO! I'm sure you all know what I mean. Call it buyer's remorse. Telling something that means alot to you and the person you're telling it to doesn't quite get what you mean or it doesn't hold the same weight to them. And no amount of explaining makes them "get it!"

Unfortunately I have family members that I continually get burned by in this regard. On the other hand, I have a few friends who actually "get me:-)" and know exactly what I'm talking about. It sounds easy to say, but alot of it is simply a matter of my keeping my mouth shut. I've always had a problem keeping my mouth shut--luckily with age I'm learning and in the last year particularly.

Cheers everyone!

curlsncuffs on 12/30/2003:
Happy New Year! Thanks for the comment! :) Its just about finding what works for "you". Whatever it is. I'm with you, I didn't accomplish it all either - hey, if I did - what would I have to look forward to,right? Have a nice day!


starlight on 12/30/2003:
I don't get anywhere in this world by keeping my mouth shut. I like to voice my opinion and I like hearing others opinions. Sometimes my opinions change, and other times I can help someone see a side of it that they didn't see before. I think debate is a wonderful thing. It opens our minds. It makes us think. I say, "Go ahead, argue, maybe we'll both change our minds." The trick is to not come off sounding offensive. As I certainly have and as everyone at one point in their lives have. I love exchanging ideas and I love opening my mind to other's thoughts.



biscottibody59 - Monday Dec 29, 2003
(1800-2100 Cal * 36g Fiber * 100 oz Water)
Weight: 151.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 151 (Dec 2003)
Current BMI=25.9; My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8


For Saturday I did 60 min/7.1 mi on the NordicTrack and a 20 min jog + 20 min dog walk. For Sunday I did 66 min/8.1 mi on the NordicTrack and a 20 min jog + 15 min dog walk.

Sunday I drank about 90 oz water--been slacking on this lately. I will begin counting cals, etc again, starting sometime this week. (I think!)

I've come up with a goal (other than that above). It is to pinch less midriff bulge:-) and to get rid of that little dimple right below it on either side.

So from last Spring I'm able to get into (button and zip) those acid-washed jeans. I could barely get them over my hips the first time I tried them on. With that inspiration I'll be on midriff/dimple watch for the coming weeks and months. I'll be reporting weight/measurements on Tuesdays as usual. Soon I'll report on the dimpling deficit and midriff melting as well. Tee-hee--sounds like a plan!

Cheers everyone!

legcramp on 12/29/2003:
151!!! Wow, you're doing such a great job! Congratulations!!! Those are great goals, and great inspiration for working out harder and losing those inches!! Have a great entrance into the new year!!


Soon2BThin on 12/29/2003:
Keep on keeping on, you've got a great plan! What great success you're having! You really make me want to do it even more, thanks.



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