OLIVYMAC- I completely understand. When I was younger I also had an eating disorder and I didn't want to fall into old habits now that I put almost 30 pounds on since college. So far what has been working for me is taking it one step at a time. I've messed up plenty since I've joined Sparks only a month ago. It's hard not to cheat by eating those extra few cookies or my favorite, white cheddar cheez its. But I'm starting to learn not to give up or beat myself up over every mistake. Start by learning some new healthy recipes, bringing your lunch, making dinner at home. For working out I hate boring exercising so I bought some fun dance workout videos to keep me entertained. Getting healthy is harder than starving myself but now I don't have anyone or myself worrying about me. If you ever want to just chat or switch recipes let me know!
" If you’re always thinking about the things you could do or would do then you’re not actually doing the doing. So stop thinking and start doing! Disappointment can only come from thinking about what you could or would do! Live, dream and most importantly DO."
“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” George Elliot
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