7,000-8,499 SparkPoints 7,942

Not Soceity's Image

Thursday, July 04, 2013

I always been chubby ever since elementary but I just got fatter and fatter. Granted my medicine I was on wasn't helping.That was my main problem and I admit I over ate too. I just kept on gaining and gaining and I got tired of it. I tried many diets and they never worked because it seams like each time I go on a diet my mom buys more and more junky food and I cave. I love my fruit and veggies and never really was a pop girl. All I drink is water unless I get an not often craving. See I never really seen what I did wrong. I never was the sportsy type though witch being hefty I should say didn't make you friends. The so called "cool kids" picked on me. I felt lonely and sad but I did have friends. Its the same with high school. I feel gross and I want to do this mainly for myself, for my health , self esteem, but I also want to prove something. I want to see a test and see if more people try to become my friend and if they do I can say "Screw you , you never liked me before.". So far on my journey I'm doing great. It is slow but really good. I lost some inches and 3 pounds and the diet I designed for me fits me well. I decided to drink 3-4 liters of water a day instead of 8 cups a day. It really does help. I gain through the day but lose it by morning and I think that's what helps me alot. My weight when I started was 216 now I'm 213 pounds and would like to be 125 or some where close witch isn't bad for a girl 5'2 .Thanks for reading my first blog post I hope you got something out of it and hope you do well. Please comment and give me feed back.
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    Work at it 1 day at a time and you will get there before you know it! Keep going!
    1691 days ago
  • LETHA_
    You are off to a great start. I know you will reach your goals in record time.
    1693 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.