The High Cost Of Weight Loss

My wife’s having a vote on whether or not to get a swimsuit 🙂

Dot to Trot

I’m debating if I should spend $75-$100 for swimwear now or wait until April. Thanks to my knee injury I’m limited on the workout front. My doctor suggested adding swimming into my rotation. I got excited about the prospect of hitting the pool, but then my practical side kicked into high-gear.

I own 3 swimsuits. None fit.

New clothes is both the exciting and annoying part of losing weight. It’s awesome to fit into smaller sizes but replacing your wardrobe isn’t a cheap proposition.

Yes, I can buy swimwear now, but part of me doesn’t see the point since my goal is to weigh under 200 pounds by the end of April. That means what I buy now won’t fit by early spring.

I can still do my spin and yoga classes.  So it’s not like I’m not working out, right? Yet I get the nagging feeling that swimming would…

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