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Monday, May 06, 2013

So, yeah. I'm here. And while I haven't gained any significant weight, I haven't lost any yet either. We had some family stuff that happened last year and so our wedding will most likely be some time this year. I feel more motivated than I ever have been before, so I'm cautiously optimistic that this will be my year.

I've started a new blog, "Christina's Weigh"...I'm using it as a way to keep me completely accountable.


Follow along as I figure this sh*t out once and for all!
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    I too was in an abusive relationship On-Fire...back when I had just had my son, I left with my newborn and 3 year old daughter. I lost tons of weight, but not in a healthy way. I would just pick at my daughter's leftovers from her meals and that was all I was subsisting on. Not good. Then I turned to food as my comfort as things got better. Now, I'm ready to break that habit (after counseling and my own willpower). You're right..I CAN do this. And so can you!! :) emoticon
    1812 days ago
  • ON-FIRE1
    That's all I needed was the surge of motivation. This time feels different to me too. I am more open to changing my life, not just going on a diet and exercise fettish for a little while. I have started eating clean and found an exercise program I absolutely love! Who knew kickboxing could be so fun?! I am going through a divorce and my ex makes me want to beat up my couch. Why not use that energy to lose weight? You have to find what works for you and once you do, you'll know. The weight will come. Just drink your water, eat right, find an exercise program that is perfect for you, and it'll come. Try meditation each day for 10-15 minutes. I hear this helps calm the stress in your body and makes it easier to lose weight. Good luck! emoticon
    1812 days ago
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