It really does sound pathetic when put like that, but I do!
I'm 24 years old, newly married, and up a creek without a paddle. I don't know how I got to my current weight (okay, I do, it had to do with my sweet tooth and my ability to block out the fact gyms and/or physical activity exists in the world) and I'm trying to get back on track. I know where the track is, I know what it is, and I think I'm on it - but nothing is happening. No weight has come off. No loss of inches, nothing. And to be honest, I'm not that pumped about the gym or activity.
I used to be a cross country runner. I used to love the gym. I used to play tons of sports. Then I went to college. Then I graduated college. And then I found out I am no longer seventeen, 102 pounds, and fit as a freaking fiddle. I can't run those 5ks now, and I don't find any enjoyment in it! I need help. Badly.
Just someone to remind me what my goals are - why it would be great not to have my thighs rub together and hurt if I don't wear spanx. The reminder of that feeling of accomplishment after a great workout. Someone to mutually cheer on so that even if I don't see a great drop in weight for myself, I can know I helped someone else shed a pound or too.
I'm in a new city where I don't know many people, my husband is in the Army so he's fit and eats what he wants, and if I have to squeeze into my "fat" jeans for another month I'll just go crazy!
If you're on the same boat, heck, any boat, and you too could use someone to give you a boost - drop me a line!
| current weight: 125.0