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One of the things I wanted to do when I lost weight was go ice skating. I finally did it last year and wrote about it on my blog:
What is on your list to do when you lose weight? What have you done? I'd love to hear about it!
The Thanksgiving before I had gastric sleeve surgery, I ran m first 5K. It wasn't pretty, but I did it! Every year I run one and while they aren't as physically as hard, they can be mentally hard. Here's my latest story about this year's Turkey Trot
Anyone else start running after surgery? I'd love to hear your stories!
Staying healthy during big changes is hard, isn' t it? My family just moved from California to Washington and I must admit I've let my healthy lifestyle slide. I'm getting back to a routine, thank goodness. That includes writing on my blog again at www.downthescale.com
Looking forward to living healthy again...especially with the holidays approaching!
I remember being so uncomfortable after surgery. You're sore, confused and exhausted. And then you get used to your sleeve and enjoy the weight loss! And then you plateau...well, this is my story at least.
Now that I'm three years out, I find that I can get comfortable where I'm at in my weight loss journey. Sometimes it means I slide back into bad habits and exercise less. This is one of those times. I'm working on it though! Read all about it on my own blog, https://downthescale.com/2016/09/19/...uncomfortable/
Hi, there! I'm three years out from my gastric sleeve surgery. One of the most important things that I've learned is that is an ongoing journey. I have before and after photos, but I am still working to maintain my weight loss, lose a bit more, and more importantly, stay healthy mentally and physically.
I've been writing my story on my own blog called Down the Scale, www.downthescale.com I hope my story will help others. For me, sharing my story as helped me, too!
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