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Doodah
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@Fionajeweller 33333 wrote:

Hi, I have been having the same quandary. My in-laws are having a charity sale and wanted some things for it. So I have taken the plunge and given them all my bigger clothes – currently I have kept my size 16, and some clothes that are nice and I might be able to get taken in. The better stuff I thought I would take to a nearly new shop and see if they can be sold. But I did give away bags full! I started at a 20/22 and 5 months later I am a 12/14 and feel great about my size.

Fantastic isn’t Fiona!? triple delight – new clothes for you, clothes for charity and the possibility of making a few quid on the others (to be spent on new ones haha!)

Seriously though, everyone’s a winner. Good old wls 😉

Doodah x

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