It's Mothers Day and my 31st birthday and I think I'll EAT what I want to!

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Another year in the books! So glad to be able to spend this mother's day with my two loves this morning! Felt a bit down this past week with some of the choices of food I've eaten but I'm letting all those feelings go and just going to enjoy my day with my family. As I've said before, my gift to myself is a healthier new lifestyle but that doesn't mean I stop becoming human and crying about every single that I eat. I am going to learn to balance and do this right. Tired of all those yo-yo diets. This is far from a diet, its a start to a better way of living and eating :-) I absolutely think this is the best gift I could give myself.

Two weeks left of this semester and it's summer break, well I registered to take an online class but summers still going to be here and that means, picnics, bbq's, any type of event that means bringing friends together and EATING haha. These are going to be the time where I will learn how strong I am and know if I am truly committed. I really want this so I will have to focus and try my hardest. Big guy says he's proud that I am taking these steps and in turn it will help our family and we can all do this together.

A change will be good.....Keeping positive and just looking forward to a healthy future :-)
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    Happy Birthday...Happy Mother's Day...and yes, Happy Monday!
    1770 days ago
  • JEN2009
    Everyone's different, but I've found that not having 'off limits' foods and instead having to eat at least 2 pounds of fresh fruit/veg. before I have whatever I'm craving that day leads to fewer 'bad' days--after 2 lbs. of fresh produce, pizza/ice cream/ etc. doesn't sound so good. Happy Mother's day and good luck meeting your goals.
    1771 days ago
  • ALICIA214

    emoticon And A Happy Mothers Day.

    1771 days ago
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