Follow up to last week’s “Notes on How I Lost Weight” post. I’m breaking down each tip with a video.
My first note was – I didn’t make a goal to lose 10 or 15 pounds. I didn’t weigh myself.
I’m explaining why I don’t know how much I weigh, why I threw away the scale and why my goal weight is BS on today’s video. Also – I share my ultimate goal weight for the first time and how tall I am.
(I don’t share what I weigh right now because – I don’t know. )
Here is #1 from that weight loss post. I’m talking about it to breakdown why I don’t know how much weight I lost and more on NOT setting a goal to lose a certain amount of weight.
Notes from my Weight Loss Post…
1. I didn’t set a goal of losing 10 or 15 pounds.
I don’t know how much weight I’ve lost because I don’t weigh myself. I don’t want to know. It has never once made me feel good to weigh myself. Even at my lowest weight – it never made me feel better or happy or anything positive.
I’ve been living my life and I NOT thinking about diets and food and my body helps a lot. When I dieted in the past all I thought about was food. Since that wasn’t my focus – I didn’t focus on what I’m eating next all day.
To be honest, I don’t think I’ve lost that much weight because my clothes have went down 1 size but I still can wear 92% of my old stuff.
Oh, and I ‘know my angles’. I stand in a certain way in pictures that I think is flattering. That’s important.
I’m going to explain each of my notes on how I lost weight via video over the next few weeks. One by one I’ll talk about what each tip meant for me. It’s a journey I’m still on – not to lose weight, but to figure out what makes me feel good and what habits I should probably break because they’re bad for me.
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Question: When was the last time you weighed yourself? Do you own a scale?
Disclaimer: Always consult your doctor, best friend, neighbor’s dog and/or acupuncturist before trying any diet or exercise advice on the internet. Do you.
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