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Saturday, April 14, 2012

I have my good days I have my bad days. I have days where I think I'm always going to be fat and never be fit but then I have days where I picture myself fit and I know I can do it..

I've yo yo dieted for years. I lost alot of weight in college but not the right way I under ate and over exercised. Needless to say I gained it all back very quickly!! This time it feels different. I'm realistic with my diet, I stay under my calories most days..I can't lie to myself and say I'm perfect everyday..for instance today BAD calorie day.

I've never been able to run more than a mile..now I'm up to 2.13 miles outside without stopping. Not very fast..but I do it!!

I haven't lost a drastic amount of weight yet, but I feel good. I feel so much better, less tired more confident. When I don't work out I feel guilty. When I go out to eat I find myself really thinking about my choices. Before I would order a big juicy burger with fries and eat it all!!

I went shopping last night and I fit perfectly into a size 14..SIZE 14!!! Haven't been a 14 in awhile.. I guess all of this just gives me hope that I'm headed in the right direction!!

June 2011

April 2012
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  • GODSFAITH
    Hello, emoticon

    It's great to hear that you are working on becoming fit and healthy..
    Just take one day at a time to complete your journey to a better new you...
    I feel the same way as you do when I don't complete my exercises.. I walk almost everyday for hour haven't started running yet... It does make you feel better..
    But I strive to do my best to become fit and healthy..
    Anyway, I have faith in you that you will accomplish you journey to be fit and healthy..

    Get your run on emoticon , emoticon , emoticon , emoticon

    Peace and Blessing....

    3309 days ago
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