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be kind to yourself

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

being kind to myself
is my priority.
this means …
making my own SPARK emoticon a priority
eating low calories (1100-1300 calories)
drinking water….s
closing the kitchen early….
ALLOWING THIS GOAL
my goals
TO MATTER
to rise to the occasions
to rise to the top
to GIVE MYSELF A GIFT emoticon


E.D. History is a bitch, man.
Seriously.
And…
Well…. it's not a death sentence.

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please remember to remember
every day
every day, babe
every day
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  • AAAACK
    Man, I've missed so much these last 3 weeks! Life's been so....well, nevermind. I hope you're doing ok, and feeling on the upswing. Positive, and doing.

    Be good to you, you matter!
    1302 days ago
  • A_RARE_BEAN
    being kind to yourself is a good thing emoticon emoticon
    1311 days ago
  • NONIE_C
    BRIAEL makes a good point. I've been looking at nutrition rather than calorie count lately. I've also been trying to live by the motto "my weight is none of my business" and focus on simply living my best life, knowing that the weight will come off as I heal my head and spirit. But that's just what's working for me. I'd love to talk with a nutritionist too. Have you ever done that?
    1311 days ago
  • BRIAEL
    Before you go restricting yourself below 1200 calories, try and get a basal metabolic rate test so you know the absolute minimum you should be eating per day.

    Remember that if you too FEW calories, your body will go into starvation mode and refuse to lose weight. It will also, ultimately, decrease your metabolism for the future and cause you to gain weight simply with current maintenance macros.

    It's a rough line we walk, but knowing when to cut and when to eat is important. :)
    1311 days ago
  • ZRIE014
    nice
    1311 days ago
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