I can do it!

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

I have been having a really crappy week, and even had a panic attack at work yesterday (go me!) so this morning I figured I'm going to do something, and if I can't control anything else in my life I may as well hop on the treadmill and get started with losing my last 10 lbs. So I jogged for half an hour while the kids played nicely in Gidjets room, and I logged back on here to restart everything and I took my measurements... the last time I logged on was in October, since I last posted those measurements, I am down 4 lbs and down an inch and a half in my waist, hips, and half an inch in my thighs! it totally just made my day :) I wasn't even trying, I had kind of gave up after posting those.
my goal for now is just 5 lbs in a month, I find that I get ahead of myself and want to lose it all at once (but really who doesn't want to lose it all at once) and then get frustrated when I go up a pound or so, and quit alltogether.
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    lol No you dont. It happens. Dont let it bother ya! If you need to talk, Im here :)
    3024 days ago
    it was when jay was talking to me about one of the tattoos I did that came back crappy, and I couldn't breathe and started crying and I just went into the bathroom and jay kept asking me if I was ok, lol. hahah I suck.
    3025 days ago
    When did you have the panic attack at work, April???

    And you can do it! I need to take my measurements again. Its been a little while.
    We will keep each other motivated.
    I have the best motivation---- Think of Mel and her tiny size. GRRRRRR lol
    We can do it, too!!! I know we can!
    I want to be in good shape by the convention in May, so that gives me about 5.5 months of working out and eating well. If I can do that, I'll be thrilled.
    It'll be bikini season this summer for us both! w00t!!!
    3026 days ago
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