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Wednesday, July 08, 2009

So, lately i've been feeling really down, depressed, lathargic and generally emotional and moody, and thought it's about time I should start eating healthy and exercising again. I said to my partner that I need to loose weight, in which he replied 'me too'. Which I thought was fantastic, now that we have eachother to work off from.

I'm 7 lbs lighter than when I started this journey, but during my journey I had lost 2 and a half stone (35lbs). So i've actually regained pretty much all that back. Unfortunate and depressing.

I've started to cook lots more, which I really enjoy, but it's too bad that I can't really afford to keep buying the food, it's really frustrating when junk food is by far cheaper and lasts longer than healthy food :(

My partner has also started cooking, which is highly out of his normal routine, as he is used to oven fries and microwave food and a million carbs. I'm really happy and excited he's decided to join in with me.

We are both so low at the moment and so tired, it takes him a million years and then some to get out of bed, and I really hope that this new journey that we are on will change that for us.

Here's to a healthy start :)..... again.
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    I've noticed, even after 3 days we are already feeling the difference! I'm not so grouchy and tired! Great start.

    The only difficulty in us cooking meals together, is that we are complete opposites, he is a massive meat eater, and i'm a vegetarian! Haha. He's also really stubborn on trying new things, but i'm working on it :P

    Thank you for your comment, means a lot to me :)
    3147 days ago
    It makes such a difference when your other half is with you. That can make all the difference to your weight loss journey. Maybe if he is interested in cooking from scratch, you can find good easy and economical recipes to make together.
    3147 days ago
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