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2013 Monthly Measure Recap

I was going to just show the last 6 months of the 2013 progress report but then I thought 'Naw, I wanna show the whole flippin' year and see what it looks like'. So I'm including a recap of the first 6 months and then a report of the last 6 months.

So, to recap the first 6 months of 2013 (copied from my progress report blog post):
  • Weight ~ Jan, Feb and March, weight stayed the same. Then in April, I gained 4 lbs and that stayed the same through June.
  • Bust ~ Gained 1/2 in Feb., then gained an inch in March and April each, then lost an inch in May, gained it back June
  • Waist ~ .Stayed the same Jan. and Feb. The gained an inch in March and kept that through June.
  • Hips ~ Gained an inch in Feb, then lost 2 inches in March. Gained those 2 inches back in April, then gained an inch and a half in May and then another half an inch in June.

The last 6 months have gone like this:
  • Weight ~ Something happened on the weighing side in July so the weight was a little skewed. There was either a 2 lb or 7 lb loss in July. Then in August; staying in the 5 lb range; there was either a loss of 4 lbs or a gain of 1 lb (that doesn't make much sense to me now but I think I did when I noted it LOL). After that there was a steady loss of 2 lbs Sept, Oct, Nov and Dec (for a total of 8 lbs loss!).
  • Bust ~ In July there was a 2 inch loss, then a 1/2 inch gain in August. Sept was an inch gain but then I lost that inch again in Oct. In Nov there was 1/2 inch gain but then in Dec I lost 1 1/2 inch.
  • Waist ~ There was a steady loss of inches. In July I lost 2 inches and then again in August. In Sept and Oct saw a loss of 1 inch each. In Nov. I gained an inch back but then lost it in Dec.
  • Hips ~ July I stayed the same. In August I lost 1/4 inch and kept it Sept. In Oct I gained another 1/4 inch and in Nov. I gained an inch on top of that but in Dec. I lost a 1/2 inch.

That was rather confusing typing that out from my notes, was it just as confusing reading it? LOL Oh well, the point of it is to show the changes and I believe it shows that! 

It looks like I had more loss than gain, which is pretty freaking awesome! I also notice a LOT more change the last half of the year. I just hope that trend continues throughout 2014 :-D.

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