Ve is new to my list of blogs that I follow. She is very practical and doesn't play around with excuses. She just writes the truth without trying to gloss over setbacks. We all need to face what we have done and deal with it without having a tantrum. I think you might swing over there and read some of what she has written.
She has about 30 lb. to go just like me and is facing some complacency just like me. We both need to finish what we started. I am loving no more "X" with the sizes on my tops, and no more "W" with the sizes on my jeans. I love that my legs aren't rubbing together anymore. My energy level is up. I am exercising regularly and doing many things just because I feel like it now. Not carrying around that extra 45 lb. everywhere I go just makes moving easier. People are calling me "skinny" and telling me I have lost enough. I am tall and carry weight well. People always guess me weighing much less than I do. Why would I ever want to undo any of that?
As we all know, the way to get more followers is to leave comments at the blogs of others because that is how I find blogs that interest me. If I read a comment that is well written and well thought out I go check out that person's blog. Listing our favorite blogs on our blog rolls is also a way to help each other out. We then have to deal with losing a follower. I wonder why that bothers me. I noticed my blog wasn't listed on the blog roll of a person that I follow. I was getting many visits through that blog. Nothing I can do about it. I stop following blogs and rearrange my blog roll occasionally as well. I think many of us tend to be thin skinned about that. We view it as a put down but it isn't. Our blog just doesn't "fit" anymore. I try not to be over sensitive about it but I have to honestly say I think about it. My feelings used to be hurt if I lost a follower or wasn't on someone's blog roll anymore but it really isn't that big of a deal if we are writing for ourselves and we have many followers left who comment and have become good friends.
How about you?