Ok so I won't go on about this but I am SO chuffed with myself at the moment. 8 weeks ago I re-joined Slimming World. I had started dieting last June by myself - I was the heaviest I have ever been. I did really well, slowly but really well. By Christmas I just stayed put, nothing was coming off. I got de-motivated for a bit. Then tried again. Nothing came off. I obviously needed to do more. Time went on and before I knew it weight was going back on. Not as much but still back on.
So like I say I re-joined slimming. 7 weigh ins later and I have lost a stone!!!!!! That's 2 lbs a week!!! I am really happy with myself. I am now 2 st 3 lbs lighter than I was last June!!!! More to go but I know I can do it. I am going to keep going to class as that really does help. Being weighed and talking about how I have done motivates me to lose it...as well as the fact that I'm paying good money for this!!!
I already feel so much better for it. People are starting to notice, my clothes are getting baggy....
So to anyone else out there dieting - good luck and we can do it!!!!
Ok so this is me Liz...I'm the mad lady behind Liz's Knitting.
My blog was a personal blog. It's also very neglected. Lots has happened since my last post.
In January 2016 Liz's Knitting became my business!!!
My page is https://facebook.com/Lizsknitting/
I am obsessed with knitting!!! Also with stash building (should be stash busting lol!!) I also enjoy crocheting but knitting is my passion!
I was taught to knit when I was about 5 years old. I loved making clothes for my dolls. Thanks Grandma and mum!
Thanks for dropping by!
"Well its always a sticky subject, but it has to be done! The Copyright of all the patterns on this blog belong to me! Feel free to: 1. Distribute patterns for free (direct link as often as possible). 2. Make as many items as you like for personal or charitable purposes. 3. Sell any finished items made from my patterns (I would appreciate credit for the pattern, or a even just a link to the site, however its not a must.) You MUST NOT: 1. Take any of my patterns and claim they are your own. 2. Sell any patterns for a profit. 3. Make kits with the patterns for profit. 4. Use my photographs and claim they are your own. Even if these are not your own personal views on copyright they are mine so please respect them. Even though my patterns are simple a lot of work has still gone into creating them. Ok I'll get off my soap box now, I hope that cleared a few things up for people, happy knitting."
I rather like how she worded this issue. Hope everyone else agrees!!