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Fake It Till You Make It!

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

My sister in law gave me some books a few weeks ago and there just so happened to be two Biggest Loser books... They have sat for the last few weeks under my desk, collecting dust. This last week though I have gotten some inspiration.

One of my best friends and I were talking about why we weren't working out and whatnot, and we both said the reason we weren't being healthy was because we didn't feel like we were worth it. I guess it turned on a light switch.

I just keep thinking about her feeling not good enough and I KNOW that she is worth it. So I guess I have been trying to prove to myself that if she's worth it then I should treat myself like I'm worth it too. And maybe, I'll fake it till I make it true and maybe she'll get some motivation..?

I wish that I could tell her how awesome she is and have her know that she IS worth it and so much more, but I know that it's something that she has to deal with.

For now, I am doing the Biggest Loser diet. Today was my second day and I've done pretty good... I hope it sticks :-)
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  • CHILLYFIRE9909
    Good Luck on your journey and I hope she finds it within herself to join you on her own journey!! We are all worth it! emoticon
    1945 days ago
  • 1TOBFIT
    [I wish that I could tell her how awesome she is and have her know that she IS worth it and so much more, but I know that it's something that she has to deal with.]

    I don't even know you and I would tell you the same exact thing as above! YOU ARE WORTH IT!

    Fake it till you make it is a GREAT place to start. Once you get your momentum going, challenge yourself, educate yourself on food,fitness and nutrition, there will be no stopping YOU!


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    1945 days ago
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