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2013, you look good to me

Monday, December 31, 2012

2013 is going to be the year I get myself to my goal weight.

I gained back 25 pounds in 2012 after I stopped exercising and starting eating everything in sight. My portions were out of control, I ate when I wasn't hungry, I finished my plate even after I was full. I'd finish my kids plates if they left anything. No food would go to waste. Chocolates, cookies, donuts, and cake were my weakness.

Why would I let that happen when I was so close to my goal? I don't know but I was feeling more and more miserable. I kept trying to start over every Monday or every 1st of the month but I just couldn't do it.

I joined the Biggest Loser Challenge (BLC21) and I'm so ready and excited to get back to feeling my heart pumping and losing the weight. I've already been tracking my food all this week and getting a grip on what I'm eating.

2013 starts a new me.
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  • EDDYMEESE
    You've got this! Good luck!
    1364 days ago
  • SKEEWEE2MEK
    You already know you can do it! BLC21 is going to be so amazing! I can feel it. Hang in there! emoticon
    1364 days ago
  • MJREIMERS
    I find that when we get so close to our goal, that we sometimes get scared and sabotage ourselves. However, you see what you did and are determined to change it!!

    You've taken the first step and with the support of Sparkpeople, you WILL DO IT! I've been there and am presently maintaining a 40 lbs weight loss. I do understand. If I can do it, anyone can and I mean anyone!!!

    Stick to it, concentrate on how much better you begin to feel and that you will be a better you. You are improving on the greatness that you already have! emoticon
    1365 days ago
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