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    HEPKITTY   39,303
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It's over!

Saturday, June 29, 2013

I made it my 90 days! Well sort of. There were a few off days there at the end but I basically proved my point to myself. Honestly, I didn't have the kind of success I hoped I would. To get any smaller, I need to either work out more (not gonna happen) or eat less. And I just don't think I'm going to eat less. I think there were probably a few days when I actually ate more than I would have if I wasn't so desperately conscious of my food. Ugh. Whatever.

So the lesson learned is that, although I'm sure I lost some weight and I did feel better in my clothes, I am where I am. This is me. I need to be happy with me. My sweetheart is happy with me, and as long as he is, I should be too.

There you go. It was worth it. Like I said before, it's not like I'm off on some binge. I'm very careful about what I'm eating, as always, and I still work out an hour every day, but if I go out to dinner I don't stress so much and if something special comes up, it's not the end of the world if I have dessert.

Thanks for sticking with me! It was fun!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MKLOMBARD333 7/1/2013 4:42PM

    You made it 90 days. If nothing else, you achieved your goal!

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JUSTLYLE 6/29/2013 9:24AM

    Good for you, have to be satisfied in ones own skin, congratulations. Feeling good and Looking good too! WTG.

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BECKYANNE1 6/29/2013 8:24AM

    Way to Go! I've been wanting to lose about 4 lbs., but I just can't and it's mostly because I would have to really have to cut back on what I'm eating. I'm getting used to being where I am and I find it's very easy to stay at this weight.

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