Ironically, his health quest started almost to the day that I found out I was pregnant with our second child. In six months he lost 50 pounds by watching his diet and running and lifting weights.
At 43, he is in the best shape of his life.
It’s been inspiring to see him transform his habits, his health and his body.
The one negative to this transformation: he needed a whole new wardrobe.
As he replaced his wardrobe we had to decide what to do with his larger clothing.
Donate it all? Pack it away for the possibility that he might be that size again?
Someone told me that one of the ‘maintenance’ steps from a popular weight loss clinic is to give away all of your larger size clothing. The idea is that you’ll be extra motivated to maintain your new smaller shape when you don’t have any back-up clothes in your old size.
Is that the secret to maintaining weight loss? I’m doubtful.
Should you keep your fat, or thin, clothing?
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