Mission 51: Flick The Fat Clothes

Now we come to a mission that some people find contentious.

Once you’ve lost weight, what do you do about larger clothes that are now too big?

Some people believe you should keep them, just in case.

They fold their arms and adopt a look that says, I very, very much want to keep those clothes. They are my friends. I shall never part from Bertha (that large, shapeless sundress, apparently).

I’m going to suggest you jettison those too-large clothes, and pronto.

In fact, I’m going to spend a whole mission explaining why it will help your long-term weight loss, and how to do it.

Sorry, Bertha.

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  • http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=724656014 Danielle Desjardins

    I loved that mission. I have already discarded quite a few pieces and found more last week so that will go when I get back home. Actually that was fun to do. I don’t intend on ever going back to the size I was. I wore size 16 and now I fit into size 8 P. In shirts, I am down from XL to medium. My whole weight loss is 40 pounds lost, 20 inches off my body and a decrease of about 6% body fat. I feel more alive than I have ever felt in a long time:) Thank you 52 missions. Your program works:)

  • Terry Currie

    Our group responses are: Sell your clothes at a resale shop or yard sale and earn some extra money.
    Donate clean clothes to Good Will and you can receive a receipt for tax purposes.
    Recycle: They’re tatty or in poor condition, or remove the buttons for future use and cut the fabric up and use for cleaning rags or making quilts