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What a difference

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

What a difference in just a few days. I feel awesome and it has been just little changes so far. I was so in order 6 months ago. Working out hard, sleeping great, eating on point and feeling on top of the world.
Life got off track with death in the family and what not. I stopped working out, eating everything that everyone else was eating, sleeping horrid and I gained 14 pounds back. I am only 5 foot tall so that feels like 30 pounds. I got depressed and kept saying, I will start Monday. UGH that is a horrible cycle to get on. A freakin' lot of mondays passed by!
I thought I would try a product that some people swear by.... well as always it never works for me. I actually gained weight from it!
So I said to myself.... DUH Melissa. You know how to do this and do it right, it works.
For the last 3 days I have worked out, no sugar, to sleep by 9 PM and up at 5:30 AM. I feel amazing already.
I am so glad to be back in charge of my own life. The only person that can make me healthy is me. Not super easy making my son and husband happy with the food that I am willing to make but they know that if I am going to be in charge of food then they are going to be eating healthy too. LOL

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
FLGIRL1234 7/9/2013 9:16PM

    I never truly understood what the phrase "you are what you eat" meant until I went through the same thing. Its amazing how going off plan can make you feel like garbage but once you get it together again, you start to feel great all over again.

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MOMMY2MADILYN 7/9/2013 9:00PM

    Good for you!! I'm 4'11 so I know how the extra weight feels! Stay in charge, and on track. You WILL be successful! emoticon

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JUSGETTENBY42 7/9/2013 5:28PM


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