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I'm still a DONE girl! My new start for my new year.

Thursday, January 06, 2011

It has been approx. three weeks since I have been completely active to spark and committed to my weight loss journey. In the past three weeks I have been through some life changing experiences and a whole lot of stress. I have not worked out at all and have been eating anything and everything (except meat! I've managed to maintain my new vegetarian lifestyle emoticon) and I have not been drinking my water emoticon....

Well that was than and this is now! I am not going to let myself completely de rail and gain all the weight back that I worked my butt off (literally!) to lose. By the grace of God I have only gained two pounds since I fell off track and that's two pounds to many. I officially ate my last fast food meal last night and drank my last soda also. I am giving up alcohol until Saint Pattys Day (March 17th) emoticon and I am DONE making excuses and letting life get in the way of me being happy! I deserve to feel great and to look equally amazing!

Today is my first day back and I'm thinking positive, I didnt get a chance to work out this morning but I did pack an amazing lunch and snacks, I had yummy oatmeal for breakfast despite the tray of donuts in our conference room and I'm feeling strong and a new sense of renewal in my motivation. I'm ready to finally see something through to the end and to finally feel like I am worth it!

Please formally welcome me back into spark and into my spark teams, To all my amazing spark friends and teams I am sorry that I let you down but I am back and ready to do this!

I just wanted to take a minute to re state my DONE statements and remind myself why I am here(FYI some of these statements may be a little "adult" but we are all adults here so get over it LOL! .....

I am completly DONE-
*Avoiding my own reflection
*Feeling like Im bigger than everyone around me
*Having a closet full of cloths that done fit me
*Having to buy bigger pants because the closet full of cloths dont fit me
*Not feeling comfortable wearing my adorable collection of heels because I feel to big
*Having sex with my cloths on because I dont want to gross out my husband
*Looking at other girls and wishing I looked like them
*Being to tired to play with my son after a whole day of not seeing him
*Being completly exhausted every day by 3pm
*Wearing a size that is double digit
*Having a BMI that isnt in a normal range
*Feeling like im 50 when im 21
*Avoiding pictures!

Im DONE being fat and unhealthy!!!

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    Stay positive, accountable and push HARD! You aren't alone my SP friend. I can't wait to see you along your journey. Don't dread it, embrace it!
    2118 days ago
    Welcome back! Glad to see you here again!
    2118 days ago
  • RACEMOM576900
    I love your DONE statements. I beleive you are totally ready to work your hardest to become the new healthy you!! You can do this!! I understand the part about "sex with clothes on". I am with you on that one. When I am working out and feel I can't go any further, I imagine my new skinny self laying on a beach with my man in a sexy bikini and my "current self" running to get there. It may be silly, but it buys me an extra 5-10 minutes on the treadmill!!

    You can do this!! We are all here with you!!
    2119 days ago
    I just love your enthusiasm!!!!! You are the right path!!! Good luck, I know you can do this!!!! Very inspirational!!!!
    2119 days ago
    You can definitely do this! Congrats on going veg, it will definitely help you lose quicker and detox your system. I was vegetarian for two years and then went back to eating meat, but one of my New Years resolutions was to go veg again. I can totally relate to your done statements too!
    2119 days ago
    2119 days ago
    emoticon Back!!!

    Glad to see you on spark again!

    2120 days ago
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