The High Cost Of Weight Loss
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 actually help my knee as its way more gentle than spin and yoga.
Before the injury I planned to buy new swimwear when I hit 200 pounds, along with clothes for spring. Swimsuits are not cheap and buying it in April will get me through summer. Buying now means I’ll end up buying two this year. That really bothers me. Ugh!
I’m I needlessly worried or is my frugal side right?