Actually, I had been bagging up clothes in two categories. Some clothes were removed because they’re too large on me way. Some were favorites – Disney tees, etc. – but they swim, so into the bag they go. The other group of clothes to eliminate is short-sleeved and sleeveless tops. Unfortunately, a mixture of rapid weight loss AND minimal arm muscles means the upper half of my arms are really unattractive. I’m going to be motivated to use those weights sitting on my bedroom dresser to get my higher arms in shape.
But in the meantime, they aren’t fit for public viewing, sadly. The handbag is huge and the question is then begged – how to proceed with all the current clothes? There’re the “throw them out rather than return” philosophy, which are admirable. Then there’s the “hedge your bets and store them someplace” cowardly custard approach. I confess I’m keeping them.
I like the clothes, and the pile signifies a significant sum of money. WILL I ever want to wear them again? I DO NOT NO! I plan to stay the size I’m at for the rest of my entire life, and need to open up that bag never. But, I still can’t get rid of them. The element of it is that though I think I’m very good at losing weight – the exhilaration of the size going down, the satisfaction of achieving an objective – I know that maintenance is a whole great deal less interesting.
- Keto is focused on the grade of food you get, not counting calories
- With wrist sense, just raise your wrist to see time/notifications at a glimpse
- I’m pregnant – are meal alternative shakes safe for me
- Studio Cycling
And I’m not persuaded that root-food issues have eliminated away. I still like to eat, eat things that are not particularly healthy (pizza, marshmallows, margaritas, rich Thai food, etc.), and don’t do very well when feeling deprived. The tools are known by me to keep up – logging, exercise, conscious eating, frequent, or daily weighing, an attitude that considers healthy food and healthy portions to be best for my body.
and not considering certain food completely off limitations. But old practices pass away hard. I’m not making excuses or looking to pave just how for attaining weight. I must say I really actually don’t want to gain weight back and will try my hardest to keep that from taking place. I’m relying on never having to open that bag again. But it’s still going to be somewhere out in the dusty garage area, providing mice and black widow spiders a place to nest probably. Off limits, but nonetheless not gone forever. Right or wrong, that’s what I’m doing for the present time.
Ok so it isn’t really running but still a good example of how they move. This video talks about how exactly fast the Ostrich can run and how it uses its wings when it operates. This is an extremely great educational video. Which running bird is your favorite? A lot of birds have some swimming ability, some are better at it than others.