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SARNOLD29
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Second weigh-in

Saturday, January 26, 2013

This week I lost 5 pounds. I feel more energetic and stronger now. I really stepped up my A-game and this week coming I have plans to step things up even further. And so it is!:)
I also want to say that I started the week realizing how before I was struggling and having conflict inside of me. I was feeling a lot of pull towards my changing thoughts with tearing down my wall. I had a talk with a really good friend of mine who has been extremely supportive of me in my efforts in losing weight. So much so that he walks outside with me in the freezing cold to help me in burning calories and getting my miles in for the day. When we first started I felt at times like giving up. I would be in pain. My legs hurt, my back hurt even worse, and I was so short of breath. It frustrated me to no end. So much so that at times I just felt like throwing in the towel and calling it quits. I realized that with me pushing forward despite the negative attitude that I was tearing down the wall and making more of a commitment to myself in getting this weight off of me once and for all. The old me would of listened to all that negativity inside my head and gave up, thinking "why bother, it is useless anyways, it's not like I'm really good at doing anything or accomplishing anything". The new me says and thinks "you were destined for greatness, this is your year to really shine and bring the real you that has hidden behind this weight out once and for all!"
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  • LINDY2013
    Inspirational! It is so good to have a friend that is that supportive!
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    1339 days ago
  • LADYKATHLEEN5
    Good for you.
    Keep up the great work & keep that wonderful attitude.
    You are so worth it !!
    1339 days ago
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