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7th wedding anniversary.. Never Realized How Big I really was. At My Highest Weight.



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My Name is Tammy 35 years old, happily married and have a beautiful 4 year old girl. A few years ago I gave up on taking care of myself or really caring for myself. I would go thru the motions and have something missing in me. Whether it be stress or possibility depression I don't know. But it feels like I have a piece of myself again. A piece deep inside that was woke up called Hope.
So with this newfound hope, God willing I won't let it go and hold on to it with a tight gripe.

8-4-10 SW: 236
9-23-10: 228 (-8 lbs)
10-1-10 : 223.2 (-4.8 lbs)
10-8-10: 222.4 (- .8 lbs)
10-15-10: 221.6 (-.8 lbs)
10-22-10: 220 ( -1.6 lbs)
10-29-10: 218.8 (-1.2 lbs) -6 lbs and 4.75 inches for Oct :D
11-5-10: 216.4 (-2.2lbs)
11-12-10: 217 (+.6lbs)
Back to the Spark:
5-13-11: 233 lbs -_-
5-20-11: 230.6 lbs (-2.4 lbs)
A New Beginning:
3/4/12: 220 lbs
3/9/12: 218 lbs
3/16/12: 215.2 lbs (-2.8 lbs)
3/23/12: 213.2 lbs (-2 lbs)
3/30/12: 214.4 lbs (+1.2lbs)
4/6/12: 211.6 lbs (-2.8 kbs)
4/13/12: 209.6 lbs (-2 lbs)
4/20/12: 211 lbs (+1.4 lbs)
4/27/12; 209.6 (-1.4 lbs)
5/4/12: 212.2 (+2.6 lbs)
1/15/13: 276 (last day of my pregnancy)
6/26/13: 242.4 (starting weight after baby)
6.29.13: 241 (-1.4lbs)
7.5.13: 239.8 (-1.2lbs)
7.13.13: 238.2 (-1.6 lbs)
7/20/13: 238.4 (+.2 lbs)
7/27/13:236.6 (-1.8 lbs)
8/3/13: 233 (-3.6 lbs)
2-13-17: 251.6

Member Since: 2/26/2004

Fitness Minutes: 9,414

My Goals:
To Learn that I have to take care of myself if I truly want to take care of my daughter and not feel Mommy Guilt by doing it.

My Program:
Counting Calories and adding more physical activity in my day and just keep from eating out of boredom or stress.

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Name: Tammy
Age 35 Mother to a beautiful Daughter and Happily Married

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    Let the image of your success play on the giant screen
    in full color with surround sound - so real you can smell and taste it.
    - Jonathan Lockwood Huie
    2541 days ago
    hey there!!!
    2547 days ago

    At Your Own Pace
    The Tortoise and the Hare

    People take life at different speeds and one way is not necessarily superior to another.

    The classic tale of the tortoise and the hare reminds us that different people take life at different speeds and that one way is not necessarily superior to another. In fact, in the story it is the slower animal that ends up arriving at the destination first. In the same way, some of us seem to move very quickly through the issues and obstacles we all face in our lives. Others need long periods of time to process their feelings and move into new states of awareness. For those of us who perceive ourselves as moving quickly, it can be painful and exasperating to deal with someone else’s slower pace. Yet, just like the tortoise and the hare, we all arrive at the same destination, together, eventually.

    People who take their time with things are probably in the minority in most of the world today. We live in a time when speed and productivity are valued above almost anything else. Therefore, people who flow at a slower pace are out of sync with the world and are often pestered and prodded to go faster and do more. This can be not only frustrating but also counterproductive because the stress of being pushed to move faster than one is able to move actually slows progress. On the other hand, if a person’s style is honored and supported, they will find their way in their own time and, just like the tortoise, they might just beat the speedier, more easily distracted person to the finish line.

    It’s important to remember that we are not actually in a race to get somewhere ahead of someone else, and it is difficult to judge by appearances whether one person has made more progress than another. Whether you count yourself among the fast movers or as one of the slower folks, we can all benefit from respecting the pace that those around us choose for themselves. This way, we can keep our eyes on our own journey, knowing that we will all end up together in the end.

    2548 days ago
    I am not my weight. I am a wonderful, special human being and I CAN lose weight.
    I am taking the steps I need to take every day for a happier, healthier me. I
    eat healthy foods in moderate portions and I exercise frequently. I feel good about me.

    I see myself as I will look when I reach my target weight and I like the picture I see.
    I am going to experience every bit of life and I am going to experience it as a thin me.

    I will keep moving forward to my target weight goal and to that picture I have of a thin me
    regardless of what anyone says. Although I may get discouraged from time to time, I will
    continue toward my target weight goal.

    I CAN do this! I can reach my target goal! I believe in me!

    Target goal: I will weigh ____ pounds on _______ ___, 20_.

    2549 days ago
    Hey girlie!! I am back!! Glad to see you are still here and hanging on!!!
    2551 days ago
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