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  1. If you haven't read Pounds & Inches yet -- read it! Here is a link where you can read the book for free: http://www.hcgmadesimple.com/manuscript.php
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    things are going okay....i stalled my second week now having alot of .1 .2 losses..... kinda sux! lol
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    HI!!! I am supposed to move into phase 4 today - but I'm too scared to do it. lol. I'm 2.4lbs above my stabilization weight so I think I might stick with phase 3 for another day or two, When do you move to phase 4?
  4. Hi girl!

    Im new to this whole website so I wanted to make sure you got my reply to your message. I clicked reply to respond to your question. I just didnt know if you would be notified or not. Im not entirely sure how it works on here...let me know if you got it or not and if not ill be glad to send it to you again
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    Thanks for the add, it nice to make new friends.
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    Hey, I have been pretty busy lately but I am back on here. I am starting P3 in the morning and very excited and that will complete my first round! How are you?
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    Thanks for responding. I'm just not a blogger LOL! I've been on P3 for about 6 days. I over did it on day 2 and felt awful. So I slowed down and have been good. Cheese seems to be ok. I'm going to add eggs in tomorrow if I haven't gained the dreaded 2 lbs. Good luck on P3.
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    Hi Rockbottom, I remember when you first joined. I haven't seen you around on the boards and I wondered what happened to you. I came across you tonight and I am so amazed at how well you are doing. You have lost so much weight....congratulations!

    Keep up the good work. Rojo
  9. My Dad used to let the raw milk settle so that the cream would rise to the top, and then he would siphon the lower-fat milk off the bottom. It was interesting upbringing... growing up with a Dad who yo-yo'd from 160 pounds to well up over 300 pounds OVER AND OVER AND OVER again. But he sure knows how to lose the weight -- just keeping it off has always been his problem.

    As for my animals, I don't know if I qualify for the "Pet Lover" title... my animals are usually annoying me. Ha ha. I think that growing up on a farm gave me a different perspective on pets than most people. But I am good with animals and I enjoy interacting with people too -- so working in the animal industry has been perfect for me.
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    You grew up on a dairy farm? That's so cool! I go to a dairy farm with my wife every Thursday to get 6 gallons of raw milk each week. We make our own yogurt and do lots of stuff with the milk that you can't do with regular store bought milk. That is neat that you worked in a pet store. My sister worked for the Banfield clinic at a PetSmart (or Petco...can't remember) and also worked for 5 years as a reptile breeder for the Gourmet Rodent. She's who we get all our reptiles from! I'm glad you told me all that... I knew you were cool, but you've gone up a few more notches in my estimation!!! Pet lovers unite!
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About rockbottom
Child of the 80's -- growing up with 2 working parents, I ate a lot of ramen noodles and totinos pizzas. My siblings called me a 'pig' as a child... I thought I was fat in my teens, I realized I was obese in my 20's -- and I'm finally doing something about it now that I am in my 30's.
Midwest - USA!
My dog & 2 cats keep me busy. Reading, Traveling, Hanging out with friends.
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It's like Déjà Vu, All Over Again

by rockbottom on November 30th, 2016 at 07:39 PM
Oh look -- I'm right back where I started. And I'm not all that shocked by this outcome. I wish I could feign surprise, supply myself with valid excuses ... but that's not the case. I simply stopped trying. And if anyone thinks that weight-loss can be maintained without supreme, daily, effort -- they are deluding themselves.

I wasn't delusional.

I was just lazy.

I remember the first bad decision I made. October 13, 2015. Free Popcorn at the

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Slowly but surely... losing the weight I lost, and found, and lost, and found...

by rockbottom on May 30th, 2013 at 06:53 PM
I never thought I'd be a human yo-yo. All though my childhood; I watched my Dad balloon up to 300# and then drop to a 160# (looking like a survivor of a work camp)... and then do it all over again.

"I would rather just be fat than go through that misery.", I remember thinking to myself.

And so I was fat... all through my teens and my 20's... and I did very little to try and remedy the situation.

But here I am. I finally found a great way

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Gained back 50 # -- The Avalanche (much more than a backslide).

by rockbottom on March 23rd, 2013 at 08:03 PM
Sooo... I have been trying to blog about this for at least a month now... but I've been way too embarrassed.

I don't even know where to begin -- and that is part of the problem. I stopped paying attention. I stopped weighing myself every day... and then when I did weigh myself and see the numbers creeping up... I would lose 2 or 3 of the five pounds gained and call it good. And then when I couldn't get the other 2 or 3 pounds off, I just let is slide. And it would have been

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Just under 200 pounds and I can do it all! (Don't wait until you're a twig to live.)

by rockbottom on May 5th, 2012 at 04:21 AM
When I weighed nearly 300 pounds -- I often felt completely defeated. There didn't seem to be any point in try to lose the weight, because my "goal weight" (according to height/weight charts) of 127 pounds felt completely unattainable. I was constantly exhausted -- the thought of doing any physical activity (even just walking around the neighborhood with friends) was distressing to me because I knew I would get too tired too quickly. But again, what was the point of trying? There was

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Updated May 5th, 2012 at 07:48 AM by rockbottom


Long time, No Blog. I'm alive -- and gaining back 20 pounds didn't kill me....

by rockbottom on February 23rd, 2012 at 05:27 PM
I jumped off the wagon at Christmas time. I would like to say that I "fell off the wagon" -- because it sounds so much more like an accident... but I knew exactly what I was doing when I did it.

Christmas Eve I decided I would eat whatever I wanted through until the day after Christmas. I had been a rock-star at this whole dieting thing for the the entire rest of the year... and I was fed up.

But Christmas Eve/Christmas Day came and went ... and so did

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Updated February 25th, 2012 at 12:02 PM by rockbottom

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