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Need to vent

Thursday, May 29, 2014

So, I had my first dress alteration appointment yesterday... I cannot believe I am two and a half months from the wedding! SCARY but it really disappointed me.

I knew getting a strapless would cause me more stress than I need or want. I am concerned with how my arms and back look and from the pictures I looked at, it does not look good. I cannot work out my arms and back too much and risk hurting myself. I hope I can get over this ridiculousness and embrace the dress and love the 23 pound loss I have so far.

My first step of staying on track is cutting out drinking my calories. Coffee, alcohol and other sweet drinks are gone for me. Water is it... I need this. I want this!

Fi is on board with no birthday cake for me... and a healthy dinner option. He knows I want this and I am ready to finally get this. Two months out, I need this more than ever.
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    1636 days ago
  • NIMIRRA137
    I'm so sorry that your dress fitting was a disappointment! I worry about my arms and back as well having a strapless dress.

    Is there a reason you worried about hurting yourself if you workout too hard? Do you have past problems (sorry if I'm out of the loop). I have had shoulder problems in the past and usually just try to stick to using little 5lb weights when working out my shoulders and I'm usually okay.

    Liquid calories are a great thing to cut out. Eventually you won't even miss them! Though do still drink coffee but I have learned to drink it black or with just a dash of sweetner. Do you drink tea? Tea is a good zero calorie drink if you get tired of water.

    I'm sure you'll look great in two months for your wedding!
    1636 days ago
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