Weight LOSS (start to goal weight)

On some of the weigh-in days I linked to a favorite post written about my weight at that time.

I'm 5'5", for height/weight reference.

• 2/15/07 - 233.8 -- Starting weight
• 2/22/07 - 231.6
• 3/1/07 - 230.2
• 3/8/07 - 228.8
• 3/15/07 - 227.6
• 3/22/07 - 226
• 3/29/07 - 225.8
• 4/5/07 - 224.8
• 4/12/07 - 222.8
• 4/19/07 - 222.4
• 4/26/07 - 220.2
• 5/3/07 - 220.2
• 5/10/07 - 217.8
• 5/17/07 - 218
• 5/24/07 - 219.8
• 5/31/07 - 217.2
• 6/7/07 - 214
• 6/14/07 - 212.6
• 6/21/07 - 214.4
• 6/28/07 - 213
• 7/5/07 - 214
• 7/12/07 - 211
• 7/19/07 - 210.6
• 7/26/07 - 208.4
• 8/2/07 - 208.2
• 8/9/07 - 208.6
• 8/16/07 - 209
• 8/30/07 - 210.2
• 9/13/07 - 208.4
• 9/20/07 - 209.4
• 10/4/07 - 208.6
• 10/18/07 - 207.6
• 11/8/07 - 206.6
• 11/15/07 - 204.6
• 11/29/07 - 203.2
• 12/4/07 - 203.2 - 43% body fat
• 12/6/04 - 200.4
• 12/13/07 - 197.4
• 12/20/07 - 197
• 12/27/07 - 195 - 41.5% body fat
• 1/3/08 - 192.8 - 41% body fat
• 1/10/08 - 190 - 40% body fat
• 1/17/08 - 191
• 1/24/08 - 188
• 1/31/08 - 187.6 - 39.5% body fat
• 2/7/08 -183.8
• 2/14/08 - 184.2
• 2/21/08 - 184.2 - 39% body fat
• 2/28/08 - 184
• 3/6/08 - 181.6 - 38% body fat
• 3/13/08 - 178.2
• 3/20/08 - 178
• 3/27/08 - 178.8
• 4/3/08 - 176.4 - 37% body fat
• 4/10/08 174.6
• 4/17/08 175.8
 • 4/24/08 172.6 - 36% body fat
• 5/1/08 170.2
• 5/8/08 168.6
• 5/15/08 166.4
• 5/22/08 - 167.6
• 5/29/08 - 165.4
• 6/5/08 - 164.6
• 6/12/08 - 164 -33 % body fat
• 6/19/08 - 164.4
• 6/26/08 - 161.8
• 7/5/08 - 160.6
• 7/10/08 - 160.2
• 7/16/08 - 158.8 - 75 total pounds lost
• **Weigh Ins on Hiatus During #1 Pregnancy**
• 4/17/09 - 178.4
• 4/24/09 - 179.8
• 5/1/09 - 179.8
• 5/8/09 - 178.8
• 5/15/09 - 179.4
• 5/22/09 - 181.4 - 40% body fat
• 5/29/09 - 181.6
• 6/26/09 - 184.4
• 7/3/09 - 187.2
• 7/10/09 - 184.8
• 7/17/09 - 185
• 7/24/09 - 186
• **Weigh Ins on Hiatus during #2 pregnancy**
• 6/3/11 - 199
• 6/10/11 - 196
• 6/17/11 - 196.5
 • 6/24/11 - 195.5
• 7/1/11 - 194.5
• 7/8/11 - 195
• 7/15/11 - 194
• 7/22/11 - 196.5
• 7/29/11 - 194.2 42% body fat
• 8/5/11 - 193.8
• 8/12/11 - 192.6
• 8/19/11 - 191.8
• 8/26/11 - 191.4
• 9/2/11 - 189.4
• 9/9/11 - ??
• 9/16/11 - 190.8 41.5% body fat
• 9/23/11 - 189.0
• 9/30/11 - 188.8
• 10/7/11 - 185.8
• 10/14/11 - 185.2 40% body fat
• 10/21/11 - 182.6
• 10/28/11 - 182
• 11/4/11 - 181.2
• 11/11/11 - 182.8
• 11/18/11 - 181
• 11/25/11 - holiday pass
• 12/2/11 - 179.4
• 12/9/11 - 179.2
• 12/16/11 - 178.8
• 12/23/11 - 177.4
• 12/30/11 - 174.8
• 1/6/12 - 174
• 1/13/12 - 174.2 37% body fat
• 1/20/12 - 173.8
• 1/26/12 - 172.4
• 2/10/12 - 172.2
• 2/17/12 - 174.2
• 2/24/12 - 171.6
• 3/8/12 - 170.4
• 3/17/12 - 172.6
• 3/23/12 - 171.6
• 3/30/12 - 167.6
• 4/6/12 - 169.6
• 4/13/12 - 166
• 4/20/12 - 164.4
• 4/27/12 - 162.2
• 5/4/12 - 162.6
• 5/11/12 - 160.2
• 5/18/12 - 159.0
• 5/25/12 - 158.2
• 6/1/12 - camping pass
• 6/8/12 - 159.2
• 6/15/12 - 154.2
• 6/22/12 - 154.6
• 6/29/12 - 153.4
• 7/6/12 - 152.6
• 7/13/12 - 155.6
• 7/20/12 - 152.8, 32% body fat
• 8/3/12 - 151.2
• 8/10/12 - 150.8
• 8/17/12 - 151
• 8/24/12 - 150.2, 29.5% body fat
• 8/31/12 - 149.4
• 9/7/12 - backpacking pass
• 9/14/12 - 148.8
• 9/21/12 - 150.6
• 9/28/12 - 147
• 10/5/12 - out of town
• 10/12/12 - 145.6
• 10/19/12 - carb loading
• 10/26/12 - 146.6
• 11/2/12 - 146.2
• 11/9/12 - 145.0 Goal !!!!!!!!

14 comments:

  1. Love your blog. I'm curious about how tall you are. We look very similar body types and I share your goal of 145 (though would settle for how great you looked at 160!). I currently weigh in at about 191 or so. I've just moved to Rome, Italy and am starting a blog of my own. Found yours while looking for encouragement. Thanks! Deanna

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    1. Thanks Deanna. I'm 5'5", thanks for the reminder, I'll post that at the top now.

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  2. I think what you are doing is inspirational and should be shared with all who deal with issues of weight and image. Congrats.

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  3. What I notice about your weight is that you steadily went down. I can't seem to stay on track long enough to keep my number going down. I did Jenny C. a while back and lost and was motivated. It is so expensive I continue to try and lose on my own. Not working. Good job maintaining!!

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    1. Thanks. I did steadily go down but with a lot of little jumps up or staying even. It's true, I don't think I ever faced a huge plateau. For much of that I was going to Weight Watchers meetings and preparing my own food. $40 a month is way cheaper than buying JC food.

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  4. I have enjoyed your post. Your journey is inspiring. I know how much commitment it took for you to stay on track. I also know all too well that maintenance is just as or more difficult a task! I encourage you to keep posting and tell all. Your active life is surely a benefit as well. So it is time to step up and make my own commitment. It is a life time change that I desire not just a quick 20 lb loss. Here I go!!

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    1. There you go Jill! Lifetime change is worth putting effort into.

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  5. wow, that a lot of weight record list! By the way, I'm Laura and my experience on was that after I had my second daughter I was frustrated and depressed about the way my body looked and felt.
    I couldn't get back to where I was. I started to look for a way to get in shape and shed those unwanted pounds from pregnancy but going to the gym was not in the budget at the time.
    I began my fitness journey just 3 years ago. On July 4, 2010 I began a weight loss Challenge which changed my life. I felt great.

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  6. How nice. You are so consistent and so much eager to reach your goal by setting up this daily list. Can you share your diet and exercise routine each day?

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  7. That's amazing and inspiring.
    I too am an avid maintainer and blog at http://www.thepaintomaintain.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I'll check it out Amanda. Thanks for reading.

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  8. This is great! can easily out at these place or order in! thanks so much! weight loss

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  9. I'm curious about how tall you are. We look very similar body types and I share your goal of 145 (though would settle for how great you looked at 160!). I think what you are doing is inspirational and should be shared with all who deal with issues of weight and image. I can't seem to stay on track long enough to keep my number going down. I did steadily go down but with a lot of little jumps up or staying even. It's true, I don't think I ever faced a huge plateau. I know how much commitment it took for you to stay on track. I also know all too well that maintenance is just as or more difficult a task! I encourage you to keep posting and tell all. I couldn't get back to where I was. I started to look for a way to get in shape and shed those unwanted pounds from pregnancy but going to the gym was not in the budget at the time. I am try to less my weight.

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