I'll go first.
I was not a overweight child nor teenager. Never had a weight issue. Even when at 110-120 lbs. I thought I was fat. Food was not anything I spent so much time thinking about. As it seems now as an adult I am thinking all day long about what am I going to eat. My eating habits are horrendous. I skip meals, don't eat until I am starving or with a headache and than I eat until i'm stuffed. Not enough fiber, veggies, fruit.... Cannot stay away from Chocolate (sweets). But with all that I know that is not the root of my problem. My whole life (all 37 yrs of it) has been an emotional roller-coaster. One year I gain about 80-100 lbs over nite (after motherhood) and didn't even see it coming. I've fallen into a "I guess" depression and haven't yet surpassed it. One day I can be all up and motivated and another day I can be like "what's the point of anything"
I take it day by day that is all I can handle and pray that one day it will all make sense again and I am free from any recentments, strongholds, anger, sadness. I will find myself again and no longer get lost inside myself again. I will no longer hide my pain behind the weight. Maybe that's what's happened to me.... PAIN! Growing Pains! Life's Pains! Childhood Pains! Teenagehood Pains! Womanhood Pains. Pain, Pain, Pain!!!
Hmmm! I just wrote a blog (unintentionally)
Long-term Goal: To overcome my hesitation and stay focused long enough no matter what happens in my life.
Medium-Term Goal: Reaching my goal 5% at a time.
*Drink my water daily
*30 min Exercise (and work my way up) 4 times/wk
"Give TODAY your 100% effort, and after 365 TODAYS see what you have accomplished"
LEADER of O.D.A.A.T.
"ONE DAY AT A TIME"
| Pounds lost: 0.0