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A new year a new me?

Thursday, January 03, 2013

So it was New Year's Eve, and while I had planned on a night of pizza, drinking, and football, I still went to the gym at my normal time like i always do I do 5 days a week. As I was talking to my trainer, I realized something.. This was the first time ever I was in the gym on New Year's Eve, and on that note, how many people can say that?

Every year I plan on a new year, and a new me, and what I am going to prove, and the weight I am going to lose.

New Years Eve I realized that there is no new me to work on this year. I have really turned it out this past year, and all I want to do is to continue my journey. I really do have a better outlook. I actually achieved the new me so to say. I lost almost 40 lbs. I have become an addict( in a good way) to working out, and finding new seasonings to add to my veggies. I got a brand new wardrobe, and can now fit quite comfortably into a size 6. And in changing over how I take care of myself I have changed my outlook on life, lifted my stress, and have to come to a great appreciation for what i have, not what i dont.

So a new me I do not need, a continuance with my path, and my plan, and maybe a little more relaxation absolutely! But for once I am not making a resolution or planning to start anything on Monday!!!!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
NAHAYO 1/13/2014 5:45AM

  Congrats! The change in outlook is the hard work.... emoticon

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