August Update

Monday, August 08, 2011

I look back when I first began my new "lifestyle" change in March. These WERE my feelings:

I was overweight - BMI was 26.8 5'3" 151 pounds
I felt ugly
I would wear the same clothes over because nothing seemed to fit.
I used food to make me feel good.
I was self conscious, I hated looking at myself.
I would have never thought about wearing a bikini
I drank nothing but soda and ate out everyday
I would overfill my plate and go for seconds
I smoked cigarettes and other stuff...
Had an I DONT CARE attitude and hated everyone

Now, 5 months later
I am Healthy 133 pounds 23.6BMI
I feel beautiful
Clothes I have been holding on to, are now part of my wardrobe and I love making outfits
I only eat food when I am hungry
I am proud with the way I look and I love looking at myself in the mirror
Now, I am walking around my pool in a bikini.
I don't drink soda, Only water and I rarely eat out.
I use portion control and limit myself to only 1 plate and a late snack
I quit smoking cigarettes and the other stuff
I try to use my knowledge and experience to help others with losing weight

Although I am still not at my Ultimate weight loss goal, I look back and I am proud of my accomplishments and I love the way I feel about myself. I made a lifestyle change that I will be living for the rest of my life. Never do I want to feel that way about myself again.

By the way, My birthday is in August....I will be 25 on August 25. I think that is kinda special
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  • SAVAGE2001
    You are wrong Kayleigh. You are not kinda special. You are amazing! You have accomplished so much in just 5 months that makes my goals seem mediocre. You have inspired me to to reassess. Thanks for blogging and hope your birthday is memorable.
    2509 days ago
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