Getting Started

Sunday, November 25, 2012

So here I am....ready to attempt this weight loss/getting healthy/feeling good journey once again. I have always been "bigger" than most of my friends and family my whole life, and it has taken me quite a while to really grasp the reality of how unhealthy I actually am. I started Weight Watchers with a friend of mine from nursing school in Feb 2012 and lost about 25 lbs before I quit in June. I decided to stop (terrible idea!) because I was getting married in July and had found my "perfect dress" and didn't want to have to worry about buying another one...silly, I know. At the time, I figured it would be easy post-wedding to pick up right where I left off and continue on my journey. How wrong was I! It is now almost December and I STILL have not been able to get myself back on track. I am a full-time student, wife, and mommy to a 2 1/2 year old, and I am about to start working full-time in January. The house is pretty much a constant circus, and I feel like getting control on my own health again will help get a control on all aspects of my crazy little life :) Anyways, enough blabbing from me...here's to new beginnings and kicking some butt!!
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    Welcome and the very best of success to you on your journey back to great health!
    1915 days ago
    Welcome to Sparkpeople! You know how to do this, you've already done it -- so it's just a matter of staying motivated and getting it done. I started last December 17 (yes, a week before Christmas!) and have lost 30 pounds so far. Good luck and keep Sparking!!
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    There are lots of things we can't control, but our health is certainly one of them! You can do this! emoticon
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