My sister and I, February 2010, 145 lbs
Me, February 2010, 145 lbs
Not the greatest picture, but 145 lbs looks like this on me.
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I got injured in November 2010, stopped running, and slowly gained 15 lbs. Recently I chose to look at things differently. I'm not a failure, or lazy, or yet again back on a diet. I'm a beautiful woman who is dealing with life, sometimes things are hard, sometimes things are going well, but never should I lose sight of who I am.
* lose last 20 lbs
* be an inspiration to others
*be a good role model to my children
I am currently using the nutrition tracker daily as well as getting daily exercise, as in a brisk walk and strength training.
I am a mother, a sister, a daughter, a role model, a teacher, a cook, a maid, a nurse... my role are infinite and change hourly. The amazing thing is that I have the ability to wear so many hats without losing sight of who I am...
I think there is no better way to invite a human being to view their body differently than by inviting them to be an athlete, by revering one's body as an instrument rather than just an ornament. It's a really great way to reorient how you see your body so you can see it as this incredible, awe-inspiring machine that you need to fuel well in order for it to function.
Alanis Morissette, Singer/Actress
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