I agree with AJRAGS....
I do have to say though, I haven't lost this weight in a year, or even two, or even three. I've been doing this since 2009, and even on and off before then. The reason why it takes so long is because it's about doing 1: what works for you as an individual, and 2: lots of trial and error. Either way though, this time has passed, and what I started in my early 20's will be reached in my late 20's. I've made my peace with that by appreciating that while I didn't lose this weight in a shorter amount of time, it was time spent working towards a healthier me.
Now. compared to the four years I've been working on this, four MONTHS seems like a very short amount of time-I mean we're halfway through February already! Where did that time go!? Like others have said, start small, and as you progress, the sheer fact that you'll feel better will make your motivation stronger, and you won't WANT to give up even after the wedding.
You can do this!
Edited by: STARDUST2K4 at: 2/12/2013 (22:02)
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