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KATHLEEN393

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Day 1 of my journey

Friday, December 30, 2011


So today is day 1. I'm new to this whole video blog thing but I think that seeing myself and watching myself through the journey may help to motivate me even more. I'm really nervouse about going at this whole thing but I'm also very excited to be finally making a change, for me. Just me.
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  • v ONCELOVELYLADY
    I really like the point you made about people not having the right to tell other people to lose weight when they themselves are big. I admit that I've done the exact same thing to my brother and when I look back I feel bad about it because I've had it done to me too. Anyway, you seem pretty cool and I've added you as a friend so I can keep up with your progress. Feel free to add me back if you want :)
    1667 days ago
  • v MANILUS
    Congratulations on coming to the decision to get healthy! I can sympathize with you on the sister thing- my sister was thin for so many years, she now is really overweight and I have lost close to 100 lbs. It would do no good to act the same way she did for many years that being fat is a disease and the worst thing possible. I gave her advice from the Weight Loss Center which she has not heeded.
    Don't be nervous about this journey, just be dedicated! The money in your budget just has to be for fruits, vegetables, lean meats, good fats and Exercise! I can give you some guidelines for portions if needed. Best of luck!
    1669 days ago
  • v LADYJAKE1
    I was in the same situation with my sister, she was always the skinny one. I lost 100lbs on low carb in 2004 and have kept it off. She is now heavy and I often think about what she said to me and how she looked down her nose at me.

    I did it all on my own.

    Good job, being a nurse is a great thing to do....
    1669 days ago
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