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Wednesday, February 08, 2012

So in Feb I started my journey and got tired of being over 300 lbs! about 317 to be exact. I dont know what the heck I was thinking cause I never felt comfortable.. I lost about 87 lbs and got down to 230.. I couldnt break that freakin plateau in 2007 then maintained that weight for around 10months and started dating.... YEAHHH lol i gained back about 15lbs with this guy in 8 months and then I dated another guy and gained about 35lbs with him in 1yr and a half. sooo I got back up to 287 and I said enough is enough!!! I started dropping weight again Jan 2011. So in total in 2011 I dropped about 61 lbs. Which I'll take that over nothing. I did workout least 3x every week last year. Oh and guess what.. I am still with the guy lol.. so It shows you can do things for yourself even if you get a bit out of control with it.. cause he is a skinny rail , he's like 6ft 4inch.. WAS 155lb when we met now he is up to 184lb or so.. haha. but he looks more healthy though I must say. Anywho! Im now sitting at 222lbs ... the lowest I've been in about 9 years back when I was in 10th grade. So I'm 25 yrs old.. ah mid twentys.. time to deal with this weight once and for all! I haven't seen the ONEderlands(100's) since 9th grade... so 10years.. me and friends are doing a 90 day challenge from Jan 1, 2012 to March 30.. $ is involved... lol so hopefully I'll get to see that $ and the 100s!!!!!
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    Good luck to you!

    My advice is stick with the good habits, and try to give them more focus and attention than ditching pounds...of course, ditching pounds is pretty nice.

    And money doesn't hurt, either, but from my 52-year-old view, all the work doesn't count for much if the habits aren't there to support it.

    Wishing you much joy in your journey!
    2265 days ago
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