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Blast from the past

Friday, July 22, 2016

So I'm back, but now I'm a mum with a 7 month old baby girl. I don't want to be a fat lazy mother, I want to be energetic & enjoy life. I have a bad habit now, I'm smoking cigarettes & I'm trying to quit. I'm back to weighing 110kgs & wanting to get down to 75kgs I have no time frame just determination. My one weekly takeaway day has now turned into a major walking day with the only food being eaten being sushi during them. It's taken me this long to be motivation into losing weight as I had a terrible labour & resulted in having a hysterectomy at 22. But now I'm healed and wanting to get healthy! I have a loving partner who is my backbone. He's inspiring & hardworking & I honestly couldn't be any luckier to have such an amazing man in my life. My daughter is healthy & makes me so proud. So my goal is to make her proud of me. Everything I do is for my partner & my daughter & I know they both love me the way I am but I'm not 100% happy with my body when I myself look in the mirror. So that's one thing i really want to work on, being proud of myself. I'm currently looking for a house & honestly hope my luck turns around & all my goals get achieved. If you want it, you have to get off your ass & get it right??
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  • BONNIEMCC488
    Wow sounds like it has been rough for you! Congrats on the baby though, that is so awesome! Being a mother, and raising children, is one of life's greatest joys. I'm not a mother but have had the pleasure of helping raise my two nephews for the past four years and it's of course challenging but joyful at the same time. Glad you're back and remember that you CAN do this! Keep moving forward, putting one foot in front of the other! emoticon emoticon
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