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Old 03-16-2008, 05:57 AM   #271
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I lost 2lbs this week It made up for losing nothing last week. I also tried 2 new things food wise - cous cous and mackrel. Knitting wise I'm trying to finish some of the many projects I have otn.
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Old 03-16-2008, 09:47 AM   #272
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Great job on the 2 lbs lost. I'm still doing well but I only lost 1 lb this past week. I know the weight will fluctuate depending on time of day or week.

I started a Retro afghan in crayon but still haven't finished the first square (worked in the round). I'll try to finish the square today and start on the next.

Keep up the good work.

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*bump*

How is everyone doing?

I've been stuck on the same weight for a couple of weeks. I'm hoping to get going again this week and lose some more.
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Old 04-02-2008, 01:20 AM   #274
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Good luck with the weight loss! I'm confused, though. Why do you want to decrease your stash?
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Old 05-03-2008, 08:31 PM   #275
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Anyone still checking here? Hope everyone is losing some weight along with their stash. I have been losing the weight but not so much on the stash. I really need to start my hoodie now that I will be knitting a smaller size.

I've lost 44 lbs since 1/1/08 and my Central Park Hoodie is past due to begin. Although I'm not certain of what size I should start with. I'm in an XL but it is already a little big for me. I'm heading for size 16W so have to figure out with my measurements.

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Old 05-04-2008, 03:23 PM   #276
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Just stopped by your site...fyi, the central park hoodie is knitting up small...stop by the kal that artlady has on this site, she has loads of great advise. good luck with the dieting
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Old 05-04-2008, 11:27 PM   #277
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Wow long time no post for me! Well...as mentioned elsewhere on this site: I had a bag of Peanut M&Ms for dinner tonight. Can't be perfect!

It's been a rough couple months for me emotionally so I've not been doing that well with my eating habits, but I haven't really gained. Just stagnated and feel run-down and blobby. I feel like the air is lifting a bit though, and I just dusted off my bike to start riding to work a few times a week when the weather is nice! It's 16 miles, round trip and I think it will really help lift me out of the doldrums and get back on track.

I haven't really been de-stashing, but I've been cruising through my queue!

mommydearest HUGE congratulations!
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Hi all :-) I've been away from the site for a while and, like you HammaLee, have been stagnating when it comes to the diet exercise program . I think the nicer weather has been helping me to get re-focused. Can you give us some inspiring words/tips/whats been working for you, mommydearest? You are VERY inspiring :-)

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