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Thursday, September 5, 2013

Well another mission...

When feeling this sick, I can't help but feel maybe my weight has something to do with it. I was at my heaviest at 66.4kg just mere 2 months ago. I decided to do something.

I promised myself to go below 60kg before end of this year. And knowing myself and the fact that I'm on steroid for the joint pain, I know I will need help.

So after consulting a dear friend, I started my journey with Shaklee. Also rekindled my relationship with myfitnesspal.com. Yep I'm counting calories people. Well not that strict counting though. Just minding how much I'm eating and how many calories they may bring into my body.

So far so good. I'm happy with the result. I won't be telling people "I lost 5kg in a month!" type of thing since I did not lose that much in a month. But I'm losing. [See ticker]

I think the most important part is to control your diet. Not that you cannot eat. I can't go by that mantra. I eat, just mindfully. I don't eat heavy breakfast every single day anymore. And at night I seldom take rice. Lunch is as usual but maybe lesser rice. I prepare my own meals more.. Save me a greal deal of money people.

Still a long way to go. I'm aiming towards a healthier BMI.

P/S - As cliche as it may sound, after 2 months I've decided to become a Shaklee member. So yeah, I can share my experience or even take orders. Cheers.

Friday, August 30, 2013

Weaning

Remember when I talked about my surgery to remove my ruptured tube? It was the ultimate reason for me to force weaning Bebe Ian off. It was sad to do so but I had too. I guess it's a blessing as well since now I'm on daily medication for my joint pain and it's not good for breastfeeding mothers.

After the surgery, it was quite painful for me to nurse Bebe Ian at night. So my husband made the ultimate move and asked me to change sleeping arrangement. It was a not easy for the first 2 weeks but finally Bebe Ian managed to go to bed without nursing. Pheww...

For a month or so after that I still nurse him maybe once a day after work, and it eventually stopped. Bebe Ian though will still ask to latch every time my boobs are bare! Hehe...

I missed breastfeeding. I missed the special bonding during latching. If I hadn't fall sick, I think I will still nurse Bebe Ian until now. I know it. But I guess God has better plans for me.

I hope so.