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Pictures of me at my start :(

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

I took pictures of myself this morning to monitor myself. Gosh very depressing to see how I have let myself get so big. i have looked at myself in the mirror before but not long enough to actually say hey wait a minute, "is this how I want to look", "is this a healthy body?", "what happen to myself?". I guess I just got numb of how my body looked at this size 14 and started to settle, but no more settling for this unhealthy body or this overlapping of body fat. I think taking pictures and printing it out to put up for me to see has put a spark in me to want to see some of this body fat go down. I have looked at other members pictures of before and after and I want some after pictures to show myself accomplishment.
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  • v JAMY130
    Thanks for the comments and motivation :)
    1976 days ago
  • v ***DEBRA***
    I have a snap shot of me taken by a friend at my highest weight.
    It was summmer time and I was helping her move some plants. I was completely covered in sweat and dirt.

    It is a horrbible photo. I keep it stashed in the bottom back of a drawer in my dresser....for my eyes only.

    I am so glad to have it. I can really see for myself the huge difference from then to now.

    Now I get someone to take a full frontal and a side view of me from time to time.

    It really helps to see the progress especially when I am getting frustrated.

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    1988 days ago
  • v BRASKIN
    Good for you.... nothing like the stark reality of a photo to get ya moving..... you're on your way! emoticon
    1988 days ago
  • v PARKERB2
    Before and after pictures can be very motivating. Especially as you make progress. So go for it.
    1988 days ago
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