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Tuesday, December 04, 2012

It's been a really long time since I've written anything. I've been very busy, switching from one second job, to another, and volunteering my time to raise money for different organizations by having a taco night on Wednesday nights at a social club I belong to. Combined with a rough October (1 year anniversary of 2 family members passing) this has not been the easiest thing for me to do. BUT every day gets easier. It just has to. I can feel my knees getting sore, and just feeling generally crappier. So I've got to change. I just have to. I'm going to be tracking EVERYTHING (ok, but how do you track standing and working retail for 4 hours?).

Lately I've been in a funk where all I want to do is eat and I'm never full...because I'm not eating the right things. So this morning, I've had a protein shake and 2 hard boiled eggs, and believe me I. AM. FULL. :)

I've decided tonight that I'm going to start the 30 Day Shred. I've had it for a couple months, and haven't even cracked the case yet. I'm tired of being achy because of my weight. And I would really like to be comfortable wearing high heals again. And dresses. And really? I don't want my stomach to touch my thighs when I sit in a dress.

I'm so over this being-fat thing that I have going on.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SUZEMARIE73 12/6/2012 11:54AM

    I hear ya on the high heels. I love to wear heels but can't bear to for long. It's a miserable feeling.

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LISA_SUMNER08 12/4/2012 10:46AM

    I know what you mean about the stomach touching the thighs! Makes me feel disgusting! I think I'm going to pull out my 30 day shred DVD as well!


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