hmmm, loose clothes are a concern. nobody is noticing or saying you look healthy, robust, hearty?Good question. I really have no reason I guess. My clothes are fine. Nobody has said anything.
And post diabetes diagnosis and all of the associated lifestyle changes I'm down to 210 (I was about 235-240 when I posted last time) and aiming to lose a few more for all the good, rational, reasons. But the emotional part would still love to be 270-300.Have you heard discussion of the 'K-shaped economic recovery'? (where some parts of the economy are doing great while others are really struggling, like the two right lines of the K, going up and down). I have K-shaped goals. The more rational part of me would like to get back to around 220 (in some ways lower, but I don't think I could hold my weight lower than that). But the more emotional part of me would like to keep gaining up to at least 270. It seems likely I'll muddle along somewhere between those two, but only time will tell.
Excellent point! Being as big around as you are tall is a major accomplishment in the gaining lifestyle. I would love to be able to do the same; but I feel my physical stamina, at age 52, really going downhill (too much inactivity for too long). I keep wishing I could find a way to kick-start my energy levels.I tend to set my goals by size rather than weight. For me what matters is how it looks rather than what it weighs. My latest goal is to have a 70½-inch belly. Why such an unusual number to be aiming for with its odd half? That is how tall I am. So, from then on, I will be more round the belly that I am tall.
Current pics, will update to show progress. BTW, my tummy isn't at all stuffed here, in fact I was hungry when I took these. Will try to get some stuffed belly pics, but I'm living with health fanatics atm, so don't have many opportunities to get really full.
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