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A little relief around the waistline...

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Wow, ok this is my first blog. It is just a little intimidating knowing that others will be reading this. However this is one of many goals that I must set for myself in order to become the person that I want to be.

Anyhow, as my title states - yes I am starting to feel a little bit of relief around the waistline. It's barely been a week since I discovered and started with but I have already noticed that I am not bloated and that my pants are no longer digging into my waistline.

You see, I refuse to admit that I am any size bigger than a 14 - I am in total denial that I am probably a size 18 - but denial being the monster that it is will not let me be comfortable in my clothes. ** sigh**

Therefore, I must say that I believe just may be able to accomplish what Weight Watchers was not. Its not about points, that is too confusing, its about having every resource available to you for free because not everyone can afford to pay for special weight loss programs.

Hopefully, I can stick with this and while I am not looking to join any marathons -ever, I do hope that I can go back to doing other things that I enjoy - like dancing, taking long walks and basically just not provoking my asthma with the simplest of tasks.

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  • RHILL4455
    Pants that are more comfortable are defenitly a good sign that your doing it right!! It also helps for motivation!! Keep up the great work! You can do it!
    2649 days ago
    Congratulations on the receding waistline! I find it's more helpful to keep blogging, I feel like I'm more accountable if others are reading what I've been doing. I also love that I'm learning what foods really look like calorie wise.

    As long as you believe you can keep up this new food lifestyle, you can do it! Keep on believing!
    2649 days ago
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