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KAHLADANIELLE
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Okay, so... Happy times.

Saturday, February 02, 2013

I just read my last blog entry. It's crazy how defeated I was then. The yoga that I did that became a regular thing, and honestly the first few days I did it, I cried. My back was in agony. But, after a few days, my pain level decreased from a constant seven to a 5... And then a 3... And just a few days ago, I realized that even my sacroiliac joint no longer even hurts, which has been a constant for almost the past 13 years.

I think this can also be attributed to the fact that my boyfriend and his family just gave me a brand new queen size pillowtop mattress that has been so incredible!

I don't hurt anymore. It's wonderful!

So when I started exercising, I was eating whatever I wanted. The point was to not hurt, not to lose weight at that point. On the 23rd of January, I started actually watching my diet. As of my last blog entry, I was 179. Today I'm 166. Preeetty happy about it.

Had a stomach virus earlier this week, and it left me exhausted and dehydrated and I'm trying to regain my appetite still, so I haven't hit my calorie range in days (I'm in the 900s!) So my workouts have lacked the vigor they had before I got sick, but I'm getting back there! Woo!

Also, a few days ago, my boyfriend complimented my athletic thighs. Score! ;)
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  • v SHEENUH
    Get it girl. I've been noticing every other day my friend feed says, "Kahladanielle" lost more weight! Good job! I'm glad you're back to sparking! I'm trying it, too. I didn't know allie was here... lol :)
    1238 days ago
  • v SCORNFULLEARNER
    Dang! I'm all happy about seeing you so excited and back into it! Yoga is the bomb! Of course, you know my stance on it. :D I have faith in you!
    1238 days ago
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