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BISCUIT012
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Loving and Living for yourself

Thursday, May 16, 2013

I've made a lot of decisions in the past for external reasons. I wanted to lose wieght because of reasons beyond myself. To wear certain clothes, comparing myself to others. Don't get me wrong, I didn't have nor do I now have low self esteem. I've just been making decisions for the wrong reasons.
At work, at home with friends....I've been superwoman and going above and beyond for everyone else but myself. I've neglected the things I want for a really long time. Since rejoining spark and taking on weight loss for me, I am so motivated to start doing all those things I love. I've started baking again, studying and even learning a foreign language.
I wake up and I feel energized and ready for a new day. I am blessed and truly favoured. emoticon emoticon emoticon
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  • v THEBESTMEYET
    Sending Spark-light to you on your journey! I just re-read this post and realized you sound just like me...I got to a point where I no longer even knew what my real interests were or if I was just along for the ride of everyone else's lives. I literally didn't know what I liked anymore or why I started this self-improvement project.

    I'm recommitting to myself today and I'm so excited to see what I discover. Hope you've been enjoying every step. Have a great and healthy day and thanks for the inspiration emoticon
    1144 days ago
  • v LUNABYRD
    Good for you! As women we always seem to do things for the wrong reasons. It's great that you have put yourself first!

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    1200 days ago
  • v IGSBETH
    Great attitude!
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