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Tomorrow I'll have been fat for 27 years

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

I mean, technically I suppose I was a normal toddler. But I think I qualified as at least somewhat overweight every year afterwards. So, that's a bit depressing.

I hope this is my year, though. I hope that by my 28th birthday I'm under 200 lbs. It'd be nice to be well under but I want to be somewhat realistic at the same time.

I went to the pool today. I only did 550m because of horrible toe cramps. They seem to be getting worse - even though I had a banana this afternoon. I suppose I could have had a bit more water.

I think I'll try going skating at lunch hour tomorrow - there is a Fun Skate near work every weekday from 12 to 1:30. I could definitely do a leisurely skate without breaking a sweat. So I'll try doing that when I can as well :)

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RAMSAYRL1 11/22/2012 1:36PM


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NEVERORNOW 11/22/2012 9:11AM

    Don't "hope" it! DO it! :) emoticon emoticon emoticon

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NELLJONES 11/22/2012 8:01AM

    Interested way to put it. One day you'll be 27 years thin, but you'll also be 27 years older.

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HIKING-4-ME 11/22/2012 7:51AM

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ANDRIANA11 11/22/2012 5:53AM

    emoticon the first step is that decision! Deciding for yourself that it is your time emoticon

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MARLINDA5 11/22/2012 3:26AM


Good job on continuing to do the swimming & the skating.

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OLIVIANIGHT 11/22/2012 3:04AM

    Ooh I love skating! SDorry about your toe cramps, that sucks.

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JIBBIE49 11/22/2012 12:07AM

    emoticon I tell my DD that no young woman should waste the best years of her life being fat. Read "THE SUGAR FIX" by Richard Johnson M.D. and listen to his lecture on YouTUbe. Also, the series on YouTube "THE SKINNY ON OBESITY." with Robert Lustig M.D. is worth listening to as well.

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