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Old 09-30-2013, 02:51 PM   #31
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My name is Noemi. I restarted my weight loss journey last month with spectacular September. When I first started my "get healthy" plan in 2011, I was 205 lbs and at 5ft 2in, that is way too much for a girl who was pretty tiny as a 20 year old about 20 years ago! I lost to about 175 lbs before I kind of lost my focus and stabilized at around 180 at the end of 2012. I had been running but haven't had much luck with my knees so I have started only walking until maybe I can get some of this weight off. I did meet a long time goal of running the Rock &Roll half marathon in Nov of 2012 but I really want to go and do all the RunDisney ones someday.

DH and I started ballroom dancing after our Disney Hawaii cruise last October and have found it to be very enjoyable as well as a great form of exercise.

We are looking forward to our next cruise on the Wonder in mid November and I'd love to be at an all time low of 155 lbs. we'll see how it goes!

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Old 09-30-2013, 03:20 PM   #32
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Lisa, thank you very much for being our hostess this months!!!

On to the QOTD:

My name is Magdalene. I have struggled all my life with my weight. I was already a heavy child when I was in third grade. Or at least I was what was considered heavy in the 1970 and 1980s. Looking at teenagers today, I think noone would think of my teenager weight as being fat anymore, but then I was the heaviest girl in my class. It wasn't until I was in college and became close friends with three lovely girls (who I still count as three of my dearest friends) who were just naturally thin - think size 0 thin. But they were also active and encouraged me to try to lose weight. And I succeeded. I ended college looking very good. I still felt fat since I was still about 15 pounds heavier than my size 0 friends. Today I think I was ridiculous then and just had a very wrong body image of myself. Afterwards over the years the pounds kept coming back thanks to stress at work and in my private life.

About 9 years ago I got so upset with myself and then tried out Weight Watchers Online. Never made it all the way to my goal weight, but managed to get back to a BMI of just under 25. Then I lost focus, manged to maintain at around that level for some time, then had stress at work again and shot up to nearly my heaviest weight again and returned to Weight Watchers. Managed to get down to the same weight as in the first round. And the same story began. So last fall I was once again getting quite disgusted with myself about how the pounds came coming back.

And then I did the best thing ever, I signed up for the Biggest Loser challenge here on the DIS. And for the first time became a little active in it. While I lost well at first, but then destroyed it all with a very bad December. However, I was motivated to keep going and signed up for the WATP challenges starting this January. I find that the monthly format is really great for me as it forces me to set smaller goals instead of the big goal of being as skinny as my college friends (yes, they are still that skinny despite the fact that two of them have three kids now and the third two kids). And the start of each month is a new clean start which brings a lot of motivation. Taking an active part in the chat her often helps me on days when I find it difficult to focus on eating healthy.

And since this time round I started the weight loss process well before I got to my heaviest weight, I feel like I am starting out from a much better point. At the moment I am just below my "end weight" from my last two weight loss attempts. And my motivation for this month is to get further away from that mental barrier! I have given up on ever being as skinny as my college friends. But I still am not where I want to be. My first long term goal (the first weight where I will have a look and think about whether this is already enough) is 7 pounds away. I hope to get there by the end of November. The next goal (which is the weight that I think I will finally pick) is 6 pounds away from that. And then there is that final goal (which is the lowest I ever got during college and looked fabulous at) and that's another 5 pounds. So that would mean that I need to lose another 18 pounds.... With my speed it seems so far away. But that is why I love these challenges and the monthly smaller goals!!!
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Old 09-30-2013, 04:11 PM   #33
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Hi, Jen here. I’ve never been ‘thin’, ever. I don’t think I’ve ever made it into the single digits size-wise. In college for my graduation gift my mom got me a Jenny Craig program that put me at my lowest weight of 157 and a size 10. I would love to get there again. About five years ago I was at a high point of about 215. I signed up for a local Biggest Loser competition with about 100 or so other people. It was great fun, I finally learned the health association of exercising and actually came in fourth place for weight loss at 183 lbs.

Since then I have fluctuated between 185 and 195. Nearing that 200 number always puts a fire under me, but I’d get to the mid eighties and lose steam. I lost my mom to cancer in 2006 and my dad last year to heart issues he chose to ignore (let’s just say he died of a broken heart, it’s more romantic and probably more accurate). They died at age 55 and 63, respectively (and far too early). So turning forty really put my health in perspective. I had a series of health scares that made me realize I was no spring chicken either. Some high liver blood numbers, an erratic heart rhythm (doc said too much caffeine), and a benign lumpectomy later I realized this is more about health than how I feel I look in my clothes.

So I’ve been religious about entering my food and exercise on MyFitnessPal (intrinsicat is my name there for those who want to friend me). And these monthly WISH goals here keep me accountable to those numbers. It’s been a great combination and now I’m down to the lowest weight in a long time at 171. I managed to hit my 3 pound goal last month, and am planning for the same this month which would put me in the 160s!

Good luck everyone!!! October is candy month, it’s going to be SCARY! Not to mention the earlier sunsets, which will throw my daily 4 mile walk / run into flux. Ugh, my knees don't want to Zumba every night and I don't want to dust off the treadmill - I much prefer the great outdoors and actually going somewhere!

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Old 09-30-2013, 05:13 PM   #34
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Hi, I'm Helen. I started a weight loss programme called Slimming World here in the UK back in January, around the same time I discovered these lovely WISH challenges.

I started at 238, and am proud to say that at class tonight, I officially weighed in at 167.5...70.5 lbs that I never want to see again.

I love the closeness that we all have, despite the fact that we don't 'know' each other, and the small month by month challenge really keeps me on my toes.

At home, it's just me and OH, no kids although we do have one very spoilt ginger cat!!! OH has been following the plan too, and has lost almost as much as me!!! (I keep meaning to post pics of us both). We have both discovered running, which is something I would never have considered in the past...I do a timed 5K in the local park every Saturday Morning, and try to do 5K at the gym at least once a week.

My long term goal is to get to a comfortable UK size 16, not too far to go now. I have never been skinny, and don't really think it would suit me. I have set a personal target weight that is only 16lb away, so may be doable by Christmas.....that would be my best Christmas present ever!!!
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Old 09-30-2013, 05:19 PM   #35
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....and having to give myself a shot for about 12 weeks - it was horrid so in Feb of 2013 I decided enough! ..
we can do this together I have to give myself a shot every night too...it stinks but the benefits are worth it!

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...And since this time round I started the weight loss process well before I got to my heaviest weight, I feel like I am starting out from a much better point. ... With my speed it seems so far away. But that is why I love these challenges and the monthly smaller goals!!!
you are so smart to jump back in by recognizing the pattern and stopping it! My weight loss has been super slow too, and finally i'm just to a point where I can start to feel the difference. It's difficult to stay on target when the losses aren't fast for sure! But I love how you break it down by month and still see the big end picture!

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... So turning forty really put my health in perspective. I had a series of health scares that made me realize I was no spring chicken either. Some high liver blood numbers, an erratic heart rhythm (doc said too much caffeine), and a benign lumpectomy later I realized this is more about health than how I feel I look in my clothes.

So I’ve been religious about entering my food and exercise on MyFitnessPal...
I hear you! and that's a good reminder to hear...it IS more about health and that is so important. Please everyone don't take your health for granted! We gotta do everything we can to be the healthiest possible!

so with that, i'm Molli, i'm 41, mom to 2 beautiful DDs, and live in central Ohio (ohMom) I've been on WISH practically since it began and was a member of the first WISH half-marathon team in 2005. In the midst of the years of working towards my goal of completing 13 half-marathons I got sick July 2010. For almost 2 1/2 years I was gaining weight while making too much steroids (cortisol); until last Oct I had surgery and no longer make cortisol at all. It's a slow recovery and though I have shed just over 20 lbs, I still have 30 more to lose. It took me about 7 months to wean down to a good replacement steroid dose and that's when the losing started to happen. I know that I could be MUCH better in accountability for what i'm eating though. The hormonal balance plays a huge role for me in whether the scale moves, and so the weeks for whatever reason I won't bore you with that I know the hormones aren't on my side than i'm not real motivated to stay OP with my food journal. I need to work on this!

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Old 09-30-2013, 05:27 PM   #36
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I'm in for October too!

My name is Taylor, I'm 21, and am one of ohMom's DDs
I am currently going to school, working two jobs, and caring for my three 4-legged 'children'

Just recently signed up here on the boards and with the WISH challenges.
My goal is to be back at what I weighed two years ago, and am setting a goal for 8 pounds a month.

I am leaving in two days for a mini vacation to a dog show in Nebraska, hopefully the hospitality dinners won't get the best of me

I am excited to have some more support and motivation to get things moving!
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Old 09-30-2013, 06:58 PM   #37
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Yes, just to a nicer place! My current flat is perfectly fine, but some drawbacks. The new place will have a guest bedroom, a fireplace and is in a wonderfully renovated house from 1920 in one of the nicest neighbourhoods. Very happy about the change!
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Old 09-30-2013, 07:12 PM   #38
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Quick QOTD:

I'm Buffy. I am a SAHM of 4.
I'm a co-moderator of the Creative Community, where the crafty people hang out.
I've been a WISHer for a few years now.
I started at 199 and I'm currently 171.4.
My ultimate goal is 125-135, depending on how I feel physically.
I'm a self professed foodie, so my weight loss has been slow going.
I am currently following Ideal Protein, but not as religiously as I should, I really need to follow it 100%.

I start training in October for my first 1/2 in February, the Princess 1/2.
I'm also toying with the idea of doing 40 races in my 40th year, which is this year. I'm not sure yet though.
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Old 09-30-2013, 07:54 PM   #39
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QOTD Monday, September 30, 2013 and Tuesday, October 1, 2013: Please introduce yourself and tell us a little about your goals for the challenge and the rest of the year. You don't have to share numbers, it can be general.
Thanks Lisa for hosting this month. Also, welcome to all those names I recognize and all the new ones, too.

Hello everyone! I am back for October and am making it a priority (unlike September where I found myself overwhelmed with a new position at work plus DSs activities). I missed you all

I am Jill and I am a 36 year old special ed teacher at an alternative education program. I am married and have 2 DS (10 and 7). I live in western PA and am enjoying the leaves changing already

I've done quite a few of these challenges and find that I love the accountability and support from this group. I really don't have too much weight to lose (probably 10-15 pounds), but I have struggled with this same amount for months. So, I'd like to kick it to the curb.

I love to exercise. I enjoy circuit training, spinning, yoga, and especially running. Unfortunately, I haven't had a lot of time these last 2 weeks, but I am going to get back on an exercise plan starting tomorrow.

I am a STRESS EATER! I wish I wasn't, but I am. And, this past month has been terrible. So, I am going to TRACK everything I eat. I probably sound like a broken record to some of you, but I do so much better when I track my food. I just need to get serious and stick with it. I am also going to stop eating anything sugary. I would love to be able to eat one bite of chocolate and feel satisfied, but I'm just not that person. Then I find I ate 4 Reese's Cups and 3 cookies. So, I just can't have it at all. If only carrots and celery would satisfy my stress cravings

So, now I've rambled on and I actually feel great (like confession lol). I am ready for tomorrow and being back on track. Let's do this!

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Old 09-30-2013, 08:08 PM   #40
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Hi all!

I'm Bryana and I'm 24. I live in a suburb of Philadelphia with my boyfriend of almost 4 years, and a grey/white tuxedo cat named Kitters.

I've been creeping around on the DIS since my Dis trip in 2008. I just started participating on the WISH boards back in June when I signed up for the Glass Slipper Challenge. Last month, I found the WATP thread for September and decided to join.

DBF is currently on week 4 of an 8 week training period at the state academy in Harrisburg to become a Parole Agent. He is gone sunday nights through friday afternoons, and while it has been hard (we have been living together for just over 3 years and have never really spent more than a couple of days apart!), it has definitely given me the opportunity to focus on myself a little bit. I've been buying less snack foods and eating more wholesome dinners and making enough to have leftovers for the next day at work. I also have been trying to wake up earlier in the morning to give myself time to eat (a real!) breakfast in the morning. The last week or so it has been tough and am hoping to fall back into the routine this week. I am hypothyroid so I am on medication that I have to take and than wait an hour before I can eat so it is difficult. I definitely noticed the change when I switched from just toasting a bagel at work and when I wake up and can sit down with a plate of eggs, bacon, toast, and some fruit.

I am hoping to lose 4 pounds this month and get back into the 140s in... i can't remember how long. Probably end of high school which was 6 years ago. At my heaviest I was at about 180 and it took a trip to the Dis for my cousin's wedding in December of 2010 for me to realize it. I didn't even recognize myself in the pictures. Over the next two years or so (a lot of start and stop, start and stop!), I managed to get down to 150. Earlier this year, I gained 10 of it back and right now am about evened out to where I had gotten originally. I'm hoping to finally break through that. I'm hoping that it shouldn't be too hard. As a lot of others have done, I have become a runner over the last year and a half. I've run various distances with my two biggest races being this year's Broad Street Run 10 Miler in Philly and my first half marathon back in June. As I mentioned earlier, I am doing the GSC in February. Before than, I have a few races scheduled. Namely, the Runner's World 10K in two weeks and the Philly Half Marathon in the middle of November. It should definitely help me in the weight loss area to be ramping up my mileage again.

I think this is my longest DIS post ever, LOL.

Good luck this month everyone.

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Old 09-30-2013, 08:35 PM   #41
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Hey DIS friends - I'm Bev, an old timer and MIA for quite some time!

OhMom is my DD and Taylor my DGD - I'm joining in here to get my mojo going (again) - seems to be the same ol same ol - I do well then I stop doing the things that work !

So, one of my goals is journaling EVERY DAY - not the guessing I've allowed myself to settle into (again)

I'll be back tomorrow with my WI number and weight goal

Glad to be a part of the Oct challenge - thanks to the moderators and for the inspiration we can give to one another!
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Hi, everyone!

Lisa, PM is sent. I'm officially in!

I'm Liz, 41, with a great DH and two wonderful DDs (just turned 9 and 6 1/2 - she'd want me to mention the 1/2!). We live in northern VA. I have two jobs - one with a big university in DC, and one for an academic journal. Both are desk jobs, and both give me a good amount of flexibility. I commute typically one day a week, working from my home office the rest of the time. It's a lifesaver when it comes to juggling work, home, the kids' schedules...but I still feel overwhelmed a lot of the time!

I made my goal weight with WW back in 2001 after having been overweight since high school. I maintained until I had DDs - gained 80 with the first and 60 with the second. I lost the weight in between and some after the second but had a hard time getting the last 25 off. In early 2012, I decided I was going to lose the weight and get in better shape. I started doing Jillian Michaels Ripped in 30, and I climbed firmly back on the WW wagon. I made my (slightly revised) goal weight in June of 2012.

In May 2012, I started running. I've now completed 4 half marathons, with two more to go this year before tackling Dopey in January - I follow the Galloway plans and am a big fan of those walk-run intervals for anything over 5-6 miles. Otherwise, I just like to get out and *go* - I never thought it would be true for me, but running is an incredible stress reliever!

I managed to put on a whopping 12 pounds over the summer - just completely let things go foodwise while still running a lot. It doesn't even out on its own. So I came to the September challenge with a big goal of dropping 10 pounds, and I did it! The next goal for me is to work on the last few pounds between where I am now and my official WW goal weight. Here goes!

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Only have a minute here but I wanted to say HAPPY OCTOBER to everyone!! Did we all make the move to the new thread??

I probably won't be on again today as I am subbing at the elementary school right now and then will go straight to my WW meeting tonight. Just wanted to say hello and wish everyone a great day!! I have on a dress that makes me feel good and pretty (which is a big accomplishment for me), so I am having a happy day! Hope you all do too!...............P

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I'm in for this month too.

My name is Jennifer, or Jenn for short. I have been married for 11 years to my DH and we have two kids. My DS is 7 and my DD is 4. I work full time at a hospital and then it's straight to the school to pick up the kids.

I started really trying to lose weight in February of this year. I'm counting calories and trying to work out when I can. I have managed to lose 37 pounds so far this year. It is nowhere near my goal, but it's a good start.

My goal for the remainder of the year is to lose at least 10 pounds. Well, that's my weight loss goal. My other goal is to learn to resist the temptation of pumpkin spice. I can avoid many things, put yesterday I bought pumpkin spice waffles, pumpkin spice cream cheese, and pumpkin cookies. I think I lost my pumpkin loving mind yesterday.
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Old 10-01-2013, 08:42 AM   #45
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Talking Welcome back everyone!

Hi ladies! Glad to be back for October!

I'm Kimberley and a former CT transplant (yay UCONN! ) to south Florida, where I reside with the BEST DH, and a kooky, silly black Lab Calypso (whom I'm completely obssessed with ), and random packs of ducks which live on our lake. I'm stuck at a desk all day at a job I REALLY don't like, but it pays the bills and allows us to make lots of trips to WDW! I live for running and am currently in training for my second Wine and Dine Half in November and my first WDW Half in January. The DH and I love to scuba dive, which I am sad to say we haven't done in WAY too long, and I'm usually up for just about any kind of physical activity. I also love good food WAY too much, as evidenced by a 10 pound gain which started during the BEST vacation ever to Italy back in May. I am happy to report though, that after a last minute surge, I somehow possibly managed to lose 6 last week! I think a different scale may have something to do with it, and may not be totally accurate, but I'll take it! I've been following WW Online for a year and a half and have found it to be the only plan that has ever worked for me. No one but me actually considers me to be overweight, but since I have ongoing knee issues due to all my running, the less weight I have to carry, the happier I think they will be. And as I still have completing a full marathon on my bucket list, I'd like to make it as easy on my joints as I can!

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