Saturday, March 3, 2012


Well, I always forget the February is so short.

I totally did not even get my measurements for the month. I'm just going to say that they have not changed. Quite honestly, they haven't been changing much anyway. I'll get them next month.

I did, however, manage to lose another 5 pounds for the month. Which means I have lost a total of 122 pounds. Totally awesome. I can't believe I've lost as much as some adults weigh. In some cases, I've lost more that what some adults weigh.

I'm getting closer to my goal. and quite frankly, I don't even know what my goal is right now. When ever I get a bodpod it changes ever so slightly. My goal is based off my lean mass and the appropriate pounds of fat a person should have. I'm due for a bodpod and a new meal plan sometime in March. Next month I should know more.

I've still been maintaining my workout schedule. I still manage 5 or 6 workouts a week. I don't worry about falling off the workout wagon though. I enjoy my time at the gym. I even enjoy working out alone these days. It gives me time to think.

Everything is getting back to normal. I was a hot mess there for a second. I had, like, zero energy and I felt like I was really have to force myself to do everything that needed to be done. I think I'm back on auto pilot now. Everything seems easy again.

I've not had much time to read blogs lately. I'm trying to catch up when I can. If you're newish to this blog, leave a comment and let me know if you have blog. I like to check out as many as I can!


  1. Hi, I've been following your blog for a week or so. If you'd like to check out my blog I'd love all the support I can get. I've lost 98.8 pounds with a combination of Weight Watchers, classes at the gym 3-4 times a week and rather slow 5K races about once a month. :). My blog URL is

  2. That is truly amazing, I'm so so impressed. I start a meal plan tomorrow that I've discussed with my trainer and watching what you have done is an inspiration, I'm hoping to push through the fug and achieve similar results. Awesome!!!

  3. So glad you're back to feeling like yourself. I've gotten back on Weight Watchers to control my portions. I need something, so we'll see how this goes. I'm back in the gym & signed up for a 5k in May. My goal is to run the whole thing.

    Keep up the great work! You're such an inspiration to me!

  4. Oh man I know that "I have no idea what my actual goal is at this point, I'm just gonna see what happens!" feeling. People ask all the time what the "goal" is..

    Congratulations! I'm still way further away from my goal than you are, but we've lost about the same amount.

    I'm at

  5. I just stumbled across your blog. I too have lost over 100 pounds (133 to be exact!) and I love hearing other people's inspiring stories. It helps me as I've switched into somewhat of a maintenance mode. Looking forward to your future posts! I just recently started blogging about my journey. You can find me at

  6. congrats!!!! you are doing soooo awesome!

  7. 122lbs is so amazing. It's hard for me to get my head around pounds (as we use different measurement system in the UK (stones)) but when you say it's like losing an adult then that's when it really hits home! Crazy but brilliant! :)

  8. Hi Sarah, I am new to your blog and yes I blog about my weightloss. I hope you check it out. I just followed you.

  9. I am really enjoying your blog! I just decided yesterday to start my own blog and try to take control of my out of control life. I would love it if your would check out my blog too.
    Wendie Haynes