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Friday, March 08, 2013

I found out today that my sister is getting Married on May 3, 2014. I want to be at my goal weight by then. That means I have 75 lbs. to lose in a little more than a year. I know I can do it. I just need to stay on track!
I am determined to be the hottest Wedding planner her guests have ever seen! :)

I really need help staying motivated.
My boyfriend is great! He told me that starting Monday we will be going to the gym after work. We work for the same company and get off work at the same time and we live together 25 miles from where we work, so his idea is to hit the gym after work before driving home. I can't wait.
Even though he is just going to try to build muscle and is 6'2" and weighs 140. LOL
But just knowing he is going to go will hold me accountable for going with him! No excuses!

Between my mom and my sister they have always made fun of me for my weight, they have always been smaller. Well I want to prove to them that I can be smaller too. Although inside I know it is a goal I should have reached over a year ago. I'm going to do this for me! Not them! BUT, I can't say I will not be rubbing it in their faces. ;-)
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    You CAN do it !!!! I have lost 80 lbs in 11 months, so you can do your goal, just have to keep your goal in mind, and keep up your determination!!!!

    Your boyfriend having your back, is AWESOME !!!!

    That is the best support ever emoticon
    1832 days ago
    Yes! I love having people to support me and to talk about my weight loss with! It helps so much!

    1835 days ago
    Awsome! when you have support like going to the gym it helps alot!! you will reach your goal for the wedding. My goal is to be less then 190 befor my 40 birthday. it is on september 20 2014. That will give me a total of 140 lbs lost. I have 58lb to go. we will need to support each other. You can do it!!!
    1835 days ago
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