Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Carole's Prompt: Ten Things You are Proud You Did in 2015

Here goes:

1. I lost 30 pounds on Weight Watchers in 2015.
I'm not proud that I had more than 30 pounds to lose.
It has been very difficult.  I didn't want to blog about it during the year.   The trick will be to keep it off.
There.  That's 30 things I'm proud of. 
 
(I finished these socks last night.  Cherry Tree Hill, I love thee)

17 comments:

Kim in Oregon said...

Oh wow congratulations! That is definitely a point of pride! 30 points of pride!!!

Tired Teacher said...

Congratulations!

Donna Boucher said...

So hard!! You rocked it! And you look wonderful! Always beautiful.. Now smaller :)

Amy at love made my home said...

That is 30 times fantastic!! Well done! xx

Judy S. said...

Awesome! And who knows how many others you have inspired? (Me, for one!)

Dee said...

Congrats! That is awesome.

Since I went on insulin, I have gained back the 35 pounds I lost. I am on a path to lose it all (and more) again. I would like to lose at least 60 pounds. Seventy would be even better!

Dee said...

Congrats! That is awesome.

Since I went on insulin, I have gained back the 35 pounds I lost. I am on a path to lose it all (and more) again. I would like to lose at least 60 pounds. Seventy would be even better!

Katherine said...

Congratulations on the weight loss. You are amazing!! I will keep trying this year. Never give up I say.

I love the sock colors! I have been spending most of my knit time on socks for the last few weeks and I'm reaching the point where I will have to knit something else for a while. Don't know what!

The thing I am most proud of in 2015 is that I didn't crab about not being retired. Now I am starting another year of year-end financials, reports, taxes--the works. Clients are already dropping off end of the year stuff and I am not crabby but I am wondering, "What's up with this? Am I really going to put another year into this?" We'll see.

Caffeine Girl said...

I am just SO impressed that you lost 30 pounds! I lost 20 on WW years ago, and I kept it off for a long time. You can do it!

I lost 8 pounds this fall by cutting refined sugar out of my diet (I have a wicked sweet tooth!), but I gained a lot of it back this holiday season. I am so mad at myself! But I know what I have to do going forward.

Araignee said...

Well done you! I need to get serious about dropping a few myself. Not from vanity but I just don't feel right when my weight creeps up on me.
Love those socks. They look so warm. We might need warm this winter. I'm still waiting.

Lisa said...

That's awesome and congrats! the socks are pretty cool too :-)

Wanderingcatstudio said...

That's a great accomplishment!

Delighted Hands said...

I'm so proud of you! I worked all year to lose 10 and keep them off. Nasty, hard battle to keep off pounds; Great job!!!!!!

Delighted Hands said...

PS-fun socks, too! lol

Teresa Kasner said...

*C*O*N*G*R*A*T*U*L*A*T*I*O*N*S*!* -- I relapsed on a big loss.. and will need to get back on the wagon in a few days.
((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Mereknits said...

That is amazing, 30 pounds in one year is fantastic.
Hugs to you and good health in 2016!
Meredith

Stefanie said...

Hoorah! That is an amazing accomplishment.

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