Become consistent. Choose not to be one of the out of control, over consumers in life with binge hangovers. Choose to look forward to my workouts everyday. Immerse in new exercise hobbies. Be beautiful every day.
I'm aiming to eat under 1500 calories a day, fat burning exercises for 1 hour 6 days each week. I'll also do the resistance exercises suggested by Spark People.
i can respect that! i think the make or break point for me as well was when there wasn't a day that my back didn't hurt and my knees were starting to bother me as well. and all i could think to myself was "hey i'm in my early 20's! i shouldn't be having to say my knees are aching!" lol it is good that you decided to make the change when you did cause you are very correct it is possible that you only would have gotten bigger in time. but you can be thin and you are taking the right steps in order to get there. i think that that's half the battle is admitting to yourself that you need to change and then making the effort so already you are off to a good start!
I'm tired of all of the aches and pains that come with a thick middle, rubbing thighs and a fanny that catches whatever tries to squeeze by me. Clothes are uncomfortable - I'm down to one comfortable shirt and pair of jeans (besides sweats). I thought my weight would level out but I'm realizing that it's possible for me to just keep getting bigger and bigger. Also, it would be nice not to worry about my size at social functions. I guess I'm just realizing that it is possible for me to be thinner and that I would really like that.
your very welcome :) and thanks for adding me as a friend! its kind of weird that you wrote those two questions in your description, my own mother asked me those very questions just a few days ago. talk about deja vu huh? lol so what made you want to lose weight?