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Time for a change.

Thursday, July 12, 2007

Well, I've gotta do something... I'm ready for a weight loss woosh! I've decided to try Kimkins. Today is day one of the K/E for me. We'll see how this goes.

It's time for a change...
Because I'm fat I don't swim with my kids, wear a swimsuit in public, wear sleeveless tops in public, wear shorts in public, heck, I don't even go out in public very much. In August we have a theme park outing planned. I love rollercoasters. I should be looking forward to this, but I'm already agonizing over what I'm going to wear and whether or not I will fit in the seats of the rides. I'm forcing myself to do this for my kids... but deep down, I'm dreading it. I'm so uncomfortable with myself, and I'm tired of it. I'm tired of watching life from the sidelines, I'm tired of avoiding fun, it's time for me to join in! Time to embrace life and enjoy my family!

So, to get the ball rolling again, I'm trying a new plan. I'm excited about it! I have great expectations!
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    Good Morning Ohanamama. I hope that all is going well for you and the challenge you have set before yourself. I know that you can do it. I have felt that way for a long time. Going out to public functions with family or friends. Not feeling like I fit in. The problem is that we do fit in, we just don't know it, and no one pays as much attention to our weight as we do. We are always our own worst critics. So from this point on, you have to keep your mind in a positive place. Always encouraging yourself, always knowing that you can do it. I'm rooting for you.
    3868 days ago
    Check out this book, "Losing the Pounds of Pain". It's written by, Doreen Virtue. There is a lot of good information in there.

    Good luck with your new day.
    3874 days ago
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