Update since last blog(Positive)

Thursday, March 14, 2013

When I wrote my last blog, I felt hopeless, didn't know where to begin, etc. emoticon

Since February 8, 2013, I've had some setbacks and slipped into some of old habits, but the difference was this time, I hopped right back on the wagon. I didn't get mad or upset that I went a step back, so what if I had three cookies or three slices of pizza! I didn't let it get the best of me like before. I'm learning new things everyday! It's now day 5 of no sugary drinks and week 2 of no fast food. I don't eat much meat or dairy hardly, since I'm experiencing a slight issue with endometrosis and cramps. I'm eating and pairing fruits and veggies with meals and drinking plenty of water, I don't have much of a sweet tooth like before, every now and then, I'll crave a slice of cheesecake or cookie and my Mom's banana pudding. The scale hasn't moved yet I'm still 346. But I'm not upset though. Somewhere along the way, I'll add in some low impact exercising such as Walk Away the Pounds. I'm still very young and I want to regain my health and life back

The most important thing I've learned is that this is a lifestyle change, not a quick fix. If you take two steps forward, one step back, don't let that step get the best of you! Instead hope back on that wagon and go for it, take it on! YOU CAN DO IT! WE ALL CAN! emoticon emoticon emoticon

Go for it!
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    Good luck in your weight loss journey!
    1917 days ago
  • NANCY-
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    You are doing an excellent job of laying a new foundation. Taking a step and moving forward you are making great changes for your life.
    1922 days ago
  • JMSA67
    Great positive thinking. Follow through, you will get to we're you want to be. Have you read any of indygirls blogs? Very inspiring and wise words.
    1923 days ago
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