Hi everyone :) Just an update - mainly for newbies who are wondering what it might be like going back to work after being off and a dramatic weight loss in a short time.
I returned to the office today after a month off and 30lbs lost. I did NOT
So we all know that we are doing this first and foremost for our health. Our quality of life. Our longevity. The 'real' reasons and the 'right' reasons.
We also all have some desires that would fall under 'quality of life' like playing with o
So first off, please know that in NO way do I want this to become a political post or for things to get 'hot'... but I have some questions about what our dear American friends have to go through in terms of financials when going through the WLS process
So I am sure that this has been discussed before, but I guess I am finding it sort of funny with how predictable the responses are that I've been getting when I tell people that surgery is in the works for me :)
I can pretty much classify them
So I have been mainly sticking to the Ontario forum; mainly because I know everyone is pretty friendly (haha) and I don't get overloaded with people's experiences that really don't apply (ie. talk about insurance payments, picking and choosing surgery
Well, this is pretty stereotypical :) Here it is, the second day of the new year, and I am posting a nice "new year, new me!" weight loss blog :)
Well, as dopey and cheesey as that is, I do ...