I not only want to become thinner and healthier I also want to - run a marathon - get toned - do kick boxing - black belt in karate - GET HIS ATTENTION - Be less self consious - Get off my anti depressants .
Hey there! Just dropping in to let you know that I changed my username from "glamrizdiva" to "comfyglamdiva", it suits me more. You know I'm all about glam and being comfy and the two just fit when it comes to me. If you have been following my daily blogs you will have to re-subscribe to them because you don't want to miss out. So, if you see the new name and you were not sure who it was, it's just me with a new name.
I agree with Real Food, I do! May the lOrd blessyou and keep you, may he make his face shine upon you and give you peace....that he made you beautiful and wonderful....and everytime you think "I wish I looked like her in the magazine, remember, she wishes she did, too! You know they are all painted over right? At least twice? Professional makeup applier and professional lighting, AND professional photoshopper....so THAT's THREE!
Hi I'm glad to be of any help at all :). It took me a little over a year to lose all of the weight. I'm still working on it all the time though. I started just eating within a calorie range (1300-1500/day), because I am a picky eater it has taken a long time to work new foods in. I just try to make most of my carbs come from fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, proteins from lean meats or whey shakes, and Fats from heart healthy sources like nuts.. I eat small meals 8 to 10 times a day because it help keep you full and energized all day. Also I do cardio 4+ days a week and strength train every other day. If you ever feel like it you can check out my shared food and fitness trackers on my Sparkpage. I don't keep up with my fitness tracker as close but I follow my food tracker like a religion.
Thanks for the friend add, I have added you in return. Remember, you didn't put on your weight overnight and it won't come off that way either. You have to consistently make the right choices about what you are eating and how much you are moving to get the weight off. Your diet (foods you eat) makes up approximately 80-85% of the equation, with activity being the other 15-20%.