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There are bloggers I adore such as Melting Mama and Eggface who continually update the WLS world on post-op life.
But since several people have asked me to give an update, here are a few highlights of 2014.
With only 4 days in the Netherlands, we crammed in as much excitement as physically and financially possible.
For 20 years, I was in the diet boat, and felt trapped for so long.It was such a happy trip, and I would not have been able to enjoy it so much had I not lost the weight from gastric bypass.My weight has crept up to 270ish, and my goal for 2015 is to tackle some of this regain. When I decided to start Beauty and the Bypass, I was feeling empowered. I hit many numerical goals and shared frequent non-scale victories.After years of unsuccessful weight loss attempts, I was ready to proactively change my life. I lost 100 pounds in 6.5 months, and was down exactly 130 pounds on my one year “surgiversary.” But that was a one-day weight…and possibly a fluke with my scale.
It’s hard to stay active through Detroit’s arctic winters, but I look forward to spring when I will be able to ride my bike all over my area and spend my lunch breaks wandering through Detroit people watching and taking pictures. I was asked to review a copy of one of the latest books about bariatric surgery, Weight Loss Surgery: The Real Skinny.