I love to ride my bike and walk my dog. I'm a 42-year-old mother of two. I am committed to a healthy lifestyle, but I also believe MODERATION is really important. I love sugar and coffee and sunshine!
i hear ya!!
I am worried about this. My husband already suffers because I'm always cold. I asked him how he is going to handle it when I'm skinny!
Hahahaha. At work, this super skinny girl and a skinny guy are always complaining about how cold they are. While I appreciate my fat blanket these days, I think I'll appreciate it more when it's gone!
I know, right?! I'm always freezing and I now always take a jacket with me wherever I go. Now that's it's snowing in Utah, I have my coat, scarf, gloves, and hat. My husband just laughs at me as he's still wearing shorts and t-shirts!
my teeth were chattering (loudly) in the grocery store today. Snow is supposed to come tonight on the mountain (Mt. Sexton) I live on.Bring On Spring!!!! brrrrr
I haven't even lost very much weight compared to some of you guys, and I'm feeling it too!
BECAUSE IT'S FREEZING LATELY! Hey, I'd rather be skinny and cold than big and miserable. Just sayin...(bring it ON!)xoxo-D
LOL - I'm so with you and all of your commenters! I'm going to be in BIG trouble when I hit goal...I think I'll be wearing a jacket in the summer!
LAYERS!! They are the key. I just said the other day to one of my daughters that i might as well have not lost the weight because I have so many layers of clothes on now that I look a couple of sizes bigger than I really am.Today for example-underwear, slacks (polyester fiber is warmer)- Socks. Bra, tank top, long sleeved t-shirt, heavy cardigan. if it is colder I add a scarf and fingerless gloves that flip over into mittens if I am super cold. I have a wool coat (that is too big now) that I can also put on when I go out.ON my bike I ear the following-leggings, bike shorts, tank top, short sleeve t-shirt, long sleeved t-shirt, rain jacket. Over the weekend because my ears hurt too much on my last ride I bought a balaclava (bank robber looking hat thingy to cover my ears), helmet and fingerless gloves.It if kinda fun to figure out how many layers I can pack on and still look relatively slim and more importantly stay warm.
downward dog hey? might have to try that one out!
I'm a cold fat person! One more thing to be scared of!
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