Okay we have around 6 weeks until Halloween. How about a Halloween Challenge? I would like to pledge 6 pounds by then. I plateaued over the last few weeks so I'm still at 124 but I know that will come down soon. So if I am pledging 6 pounds by Halloween, that would bring me down to 118 (my overall goal is 110). Who wants to join in?
I lost track of this site but have not forgotten it! I've lost 10 lbs so far so I'm SO happy I've lost some weight when it seems everything I do doesn't work. I wanted to ask you kmiller; do you work? I ask cause it seems you have the time to work out all the time or do you just make the time? I'm so happy for you, I wish I was at 124 lbs! I still have lots of fat & would one day like to feel comfortable in a dress! I weigh about 150lbs now and I want to be 140 by Thanksgiving! So by Halloween I hope I'm 145- to lose 5 lbs. Congrats on all the weight you've lost! I want to see before & after pics of you to get inspired!!! Are there any pictures on this site that shows before & after pics? That would be nice.
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