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    JEETSA   6,157
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It's Amazing!

Thursday, February 07, 2013

I find it so amazing that I can feel like such a huge, fat, ugly blob when I am eating bad and not working out. And yet, feel smaller, happier, healthier, more energetic and just generally better when I am staying within my calorie allowance and working out pretty consistently. Why then do I ever not want to keep up with this lifestyle change....clearly the perks outweigh the negatives. I am still heavier than I want to be...I remember feeling SO huge at 180 and now I would do ANYTHING to get back is all in perspective, but let me tell you, this time I WILL be HAPPY about every accomplishment and I will REVEL in this feeling of happiness and healthiness!!! We have been given a good life and I am planning on living it!!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
AME4IT 2/9/2013 3:22PM

    You're doing a great job. Every little bit helps and you are reaping the rewards. Great job!

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DYNAMICDEB53 2/8/2013 9:15PM

    Those little changes add up. Yo9u will get there and feel spectacular. Enljy the good feeling now for each little step you are taking.


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TATTER3 2/8/2013 10:25AM

    I can't remember ever feeling really is perspective! Keep Sparkin'!!

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AMANDILANE 2/7/2013 2:24PM

    You have the best attitude and are so motivating Jeetsa! This is something I was thinking about last night- healthy living has so many more benefits than just weight loss, and yet I know I often act as if that's the only reason I'm doing it. But the reality is I feel soooo much better when I am living a healthy lifestyle, no matter what my weight is. Thank you so much for sharing, and for being my first ever Sparkfriend! (Well, I guess second- behind SparkGuy :))

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