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At my heaviest weight (160s) in 2005 (with my then crush, now husband)





At my lowest recent weight (upper 130s) in 2009.





In the 140s for my wedding on March 13, 2010



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I figured I ought to write a real introduction, so here it goes!

I first realized I was overweight when I was in middle school. My weight steadily increased, starting from the 120s in eighth grade to the upper 140s-early 150s by senior year. During my freshman year of college, I got up to the upper 160s-early 170s. Yikes! For a 5'0" tall eighteen-year-old, that's no bueno.

I did my first Walt Disney World internship in the spring semester of my freshman year, and ...
I figured I ought to write a real introduction, so here it goes!

I first realized I was overweight when I was in middle school. My weight steadily increased, starting from the 120s in eighth grade to the upper 140s-early 150s by senior year. During my freshman year of college, I got up to the upper 160s-early 170s. Yikes! For a 5'0" tall eighteen-year-old, that's no bueno.

I did my first Walt Disney World internship in the spring semester of my freshman year, and dropped down to 139. Over the next four years of college, my weight continued to wobble between the 140s to the 150s. I did a second WDW internship in the summer of 2009- right before my December graduation and my March wedding. I managed to hit the upper 130s-early 140s and stayed there until the wedding was over.

However, after the wedding, I definitely gained the newlywed nine. I was up to 154 and steadily gaining. Now that I'm out of school, I have a kitchen to cook in and more time to work out. So I've decided to buckle down and finally get down to the healthy weight I ought to be! (And getting thinner will definitely be a major perk.)

And now, I suppose a little about me, myself, personally. My name is Caitlin, I'm twenty-three (and a half), and I've been married for almost six months. I graduated in December 2009 with a major in theater and a minor in English. What am I going to do with it? No clue. At the moment, I'm putting my costuming skills to work in the alterations department of a bridal shop. I've been cooking and baking since I was little, and I also love sewing, reading, writing, and watching way too many canceled TV shows on Netflix.

HW: 161
SW: 154
August 28, 2010: 151 (goal met! out of the obese BMI!)
September 4th: 150.5
September 11th: n/a
September 18th: n/a
September 25th: 150.5
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Member Since: 8/18/2010

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Fitness Minutes: 1,058

My Goals:
-lose 30-40 pounds

-feel healthier

-have better stamina and endurance

-regain flexibility

-be healthier before having a baby!

-have the confidence and proper looks for local theater auditions and for Disney shows/characters

My Program:
Sunday:
traditional yoga

Monday:
Jillian Michaels Yoga I
200 crunches challenge
30 minutes cardio

Tuesday:
Jillian Michaels Yoga II
30 minutes cardio

Wednesday:
bellydancing
200 crunches challenge
30 minutes cardio

Thursday:
NYC ballet workout
30 minutes cardio

Friday:
Flirty Girl Fitness
200 crunches challenge
30 minutes cardio

Saturday:
hiphop or tai chi
30 minutes cardio

I also take vitamins every morning: Flintstones chewies with extra iron, chocolate calcium chews, and vitamin C tablets.

Personal Information:
-I started dating my husband on March 13, 2006, when I was nineteen. We were unofficially engaged six months later, formally engaged six months after that, and got married on March 13, 2010.

-I will read anything I can get my hands on.

-I was a Walt Disney World cast member for four years (Great Movie Ride, Pixar Block Party Bash, Beauty and the Beast, Fantasmic!, and High School Musical 3).

-I graduated from college last fall with a major in theater and a minor in English.

-I am trying to get my first novel published.

-I love watching TV shows on Netflix. My favorites are Friends, Arrested Development, and Futurama.

-I really enjoy anime, particularly Ouran High School Host Club, Shaman King, Fruits Basket, and Princess Tutu.

-I cook all the time. It's a hobby.

-I sew a lot of my own clothes and dabble in fashion blogging.

-I am slightly obsessed with Mr. Pricklepants from Toy Story 3.

Other Information:
150 lbs: a new pair of shoes

145 lbs: manicure/pedicure

140 lbs: new workout clothes

135 lbs: dance lessons

130 lbs: a dress from Modcloth

125 lbs: trash the dress photoshoot

120 lbs: a dress from Anthropologie

115 lbs: get a bikini...and wear it!

Get out of the obese BMI range: a new dress from Forever 21 or Charlotte Russe (GOAL MET! August 28, 2010)

Get out of the overweight BMI range: shopping spree at Aerie

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WOLFKITTY
2/13/2013 11:04:01 PM

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2/14/2012 12:19:01 AM

HAPPY BIRTHDAY 2012!!!
Where are ya, Done Girl!? I hope no matter where you find yourself in life, you are definitely enjoying it this birthday!!

All the very best,
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2/16/2011 9:34:28 PM

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2/16/2011 6:35:14 PM

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¡Felíz cumpleaños! I hope that you have an amazing day!

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