So here's what I hate and here's where I know I struggle to see the weight loss....the lower stomach...not being negative here either trying to be as positive as possible. I think I struggle with this because I feel my lower stomach is still big and I've lost most my weight on my upper body, arms, thighs, butt. I think my head is convinced that my lower stomach will remain this big...even though it's not as big as it was. It's rounded, it hangs and if this makes sense it's not empty...it's still hard and solid and I wonder how long it won't be like that for....I wonder when it will just be loose skin and empty so I can move on with this journey. Does it take extra time for it down there? I've seen so many others who have lost all that weight there and I wonder will it start happening as I head into double digits or will it still be full? Sitting here today realising that this is my one majorly HUGE issue I have with my body and again I'm not being negative at all but these are the questions I ask myself daily!! I guess I have to remind myself that I've carried this weight for a long time and it just don't happen as quick as I want it too but I just need to believe in myself that eventually it will!!! #questioms#vsg#vsgsurgery#vsgsupport#vsghealth#vsgchanges#vsgcommunity#vsghealthyliving#vsgaustralia#vsgpic#sleeve#sleeved#sideshot#real#beingrealandhonest#vsgcurves#curves#fat#lowerfat#lowerstomachfat#loseweight#losingweight#weightlosslife#weightlossjourney#weightlossaustralia
I was doing a little shopping for my company Christmas party (on the left). I decided to compare it to 2 years ago and 25 lbs lighter (on the right). It’s still a month away and I bought the dress in two sizes! Let’s see what it looks like in a month.