Ok, I now see how this happens.
No, not becoming a cute cartoon illustration, but wearing workout clothes all the time.
Sadly, at this point, it's happening to me.
Not necessarily because I want to wear them everyday, all day -
though I am working out or at the gym(s) 6 days a week.
It's because nothing fits.
Last month, I got two new pair of jeans, in the smallest size that I could find in my area, size 2 petite, and one pair of casual pants, size XS short.
They are huge on me.
Even my cute cardigans are swallowing me.
I counted on them over my tees during these chilly months.
Now, don't do this to me.
Yeah, I'm getting tiny, but DAMN!
Can a girl wear some cute normal clothes?
Plus, I hate to get rid of brand new clothes.
Once I'm at a point that I know that I will be at normally - noncompeting -
I think that I will have to either make or get made some new clothes, or
spend the pretty penny on them.
Truly, I'm still not on a real competition diet.
I'm still eating the same meal plan that I've been eating since September, just without cheating.
This will probably be the diet I maintain after competing as well, with cheat stuff, so I want to see where my normal, noncompeting body will wind up.
Why waste money on clothes?
Yet, my closet is full with clothes that I don't fit in and don't want to part with.
Oh, the evils of wants and owning.
Stupid attachment to "things."
On the positive,
I still have 3 pencil skirts that are fitting, and a few dresses.
That's a definite plus!
But, I'm loosing all my boob-age.
It's also time to go get a bra fitting.
I have plenty of bras with now empty cups,
hello sports bras everyday.