Posts Tagged ‘Scale Victories’

New Level of Weight Loss

December 3, 2021

In the Winter of 2012, I stepped on the scale at my pain physician’s office, CPM Scarborough and was flabbergasted when the number came up. 303.6. I was absolutely horrified.

From there I started to eat less and to get moving more and slowly over the years, the weight has slowly and consistently, bar some plateaus, come off..

While my regular pain physician is no longer in that office, I do, in the winter, see her colleague in that Scarborough location This Wednesday I stepped on that same scale that years ago said 303.6.

It read 189.2.

Do you know what that means? As it is the same scale, it means I have lost 114Ā½ pounds so far.

Do you know what else that means? I’m at high school weight. No just able to fit in high school clothes, but the actual numbers?! I’ve not been this light since I graduated highschool. At the end of Grade 13 I was 191lb. So I am about the same weight I was in my highschool graduations pictures .

I’m the same weight, give or take, in these 2 pictures..

Weight-loss Celebration!!

September 25, 2020

When my Dad’s Mom died in February of 2012, I weighed 303lbs & change at my Pain doctor’s office in Scarborough. I didn’t like that. So I made a few changes, started to eat less and getting low levels or simple but regular exercise Very slowly, I started to loose weight by the time I moved back to Oshawa in May 2016, I’d lost 20-30 pounds.

Since then, I’ve made alot more changes and have lost more.. but I have an announcement to make that I am super proud of.

On Tuesday, I stepped on the scale at my pain doctor’s office in Oshawa (the Scarborough & Oshawa scales differ by 0.1 lb) I was stunned by the number. 203.0 lbs

That’s 100lbs!!! I’ve lost a third of my size!! Yay me!

Am I done? No.. I do plan on loosing another 23lb.. my final expected goal is 180lb, where I was at the end of high school.. If I loose more than that, but not too much more – I still wanna keep my curves & don’t want to loose my boobs!

Edit: On September 30, I also hit my second goal of getting back into Onederland – where the first digit of my weight is a 1, so under 200lb. Less than 20lb to go.