|Jan 31, 2012 and Apr 18, 2012|
154.4 lbs and 147.4
I see enough of a difference (in the front facing photo, at least) to make me not care about the 7 vs.9 right now. I'm gonna keep doing what I'm doing. Still don't see a reduction in the amount of ugly dimply cellulite on the back of my thighs and under my butt. That's just blech. I want it gone. Can't see that in the photo, so consider yourselves lucky. (trust me - it's blech.) But I feel better about my stubborn mid section after comparing the pics. It felt like I was working my ass off to no avail - like my waist was just never gonna budge. Truth is, it's budged, but it's just taking a lot more effort to get it back to the way it looked in my 20's and early 30's. Man, it used to be a cinch back then. I always took it for granted.
So I'm content with my progress! Psyched to keep going and post a pic right before bikini season!
Now today: I have all these excess calories in my budget from my hike/climb. I can't possibly eat an extra 1100 calories today. I have to end the day wayyyy under my daily recommended calories, though I *did* eat them. I just burned too much off. Is that considered bad? It can't possibly be good for me to eat more when I'm not hungry, just to keep the numbers where they should be, can it??