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Friday, January 9, 2009

Post-Holiday Weigh In

I'm ready for a clean slate, but in the past I have regretted deleting my weight history. So, I thought I'd do the same thing I've started doing with my monthly workouts ~ I'll keep these in a post so that it's there to go back and review if I wish to.

Now...The damage from the holidays. On Monday I was actually up to 148.1, which I was not happy to see. But as of today I am back down to 146.5 which is pretty much back to the upper end of the range I've been bouncing around in for the past several months. So I feel ok with that. It's still not where I want to be, but at least I haven't made things any worse.

So. Clean slate time. My new starting weight, may it slowly but surely dwindle down to a healthy number...

Today: 146.5

Start Weight:
Aug 01: 145.1
Weigh Ins:
Aug 08: 146.7
Aug 15: 143.9
Aug 22: 145.0
Aug 29: 144.1
Sep 05: 144.8
Sep 12: 144.1
Sep 19: 144.0
Sep 26: 144.9
Oct 03: 146.2
Oct 10: 144.5
Oct 17: 144.8
Oct 24: 146.0
Oct 31: 146.2
Nov 07: 144.9
Nov 13: 144.9
Nov 21: 145.5
Nov 28: 146.7
Dec 05: 145.3
Dec 12: 144.4
Dec 19: 144.5
Dec 26: 146.0

7 comments:

Carolyn said...

Great idea to get it all out on paper (well on your blog anyway)!
Here's to a new year of low numbers!

the Bag Lady said...

Good for you for not gaining an enormous amount of weight over the holidays!
Good luck with reducing those numbers this year.

JODI said...

having a clean-slate is good and we all have to start somewhere, even if it's at a number we hate (i would KILL for yours though!)... ;)

have a nice weekend...

Crabby McSlacker said...

Clean slate is an excellent idea. A good time to look forward, not back!

(And love the kitty toy in the previous post!)

Sagan said...

Starting fresh is so motivating. It's nice to have a record of progress, too!

Crystal said...

It's good to get it all on paper and see it. I have a binder where I keep my weight/measurements since 2004 along with lots of exercise routines, random articles and motivational quotes I like.

MizFit said...

Im always about the clean slate.
the Tabula Rosa.
the looking AHEAD.