When I was losing weight, I was lucky/stubborn enough to have a scale victory every week.
It was awesome.
I became really confident with my body, and I loved the mini-milestones of being able to fit into some size or sort of clothing I hadn’t been able to before.
Forget weight loss supplements–if I could bottle up that feeling, that feeling I felt losing weight and gaining so much confidence, well, then I would have enough money to build a closet just for my workout clothes.
But since I hit my goal weight around two years ago, the non-scale victories have mostly been running-related. Which is more than fine.
Since Memorial Day, I’ve noticed quite a few ladies wearing white jeans. I know this is not a new trend, but I never considered wearing white jeans. I never thought I could pull them off.
But I’ve noticed women of all shapes and sizes wearing them, so I decided I, too, could give them a try.
If there is a non-awkward way to take a self-timer outfit photo, I do not know it. (Nor do I usually wear a headband as part of my outfit; I put this back on for a photo after the gym.)
But yesterday, I grabbed a pair of white jeans at Madewell (on sale in store, along with some other colored denim, but not online) and this tee (also on sale!), and I woke up this morning and declared the outfit a non-scale body victory.
Tell me about a recent non-scale (health-related) victory in your life.
Also, Team White Jeans or no?