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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Thank you for popping by my blog....
I realized a few weeks ago how much things have changed since I started my journey on Sparkpeople.
I used to obsess..... about the scale, about every calorie....and even when I was the lowest weight possible , I still was not happy. ( when in reality I was probably underweight)

I was told it takes a couple of years for your body to recover from being underweight......I certainly am not underweight now....but my weight seems to be stable.


I am probably 20 pounds heavier than my vanity weight, but right now I do not care.


I am over the obsessing, the scale dictating my mood and my self worth.


In addition, I used to be obsessed with food.so not the case now.

NOW eating is a chore.....I don't spend hours making stuff, photographing it....all that stuff. All gone.

I find it very interesting.

the other day I thought about maybe losing a couple of pounds....
then I thought....and wreck my metabolism again!.?
maybe not.

I eat when I am hungry....that is all.....
Am I obsessed with food anymore?
no.

do I want to improve my diet....?
maybe....

a little.....

do I want to have to think hard about it? No.

at this point....my mental and spiritual health is the focus.....
so until things change.. I guess that is the state I am in at the moment.


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  • BECOMEFEARLESS
    Emotional health is equally important! Good luck on your journey. :)
    1150 days ago
  • ERIN1128
    Woo hoo!
    1151 days ago
  • LIS193
    Great blog and you are so right - all this obsessing messes with your mind AND your body. Happiness and health are the most important things!!
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    1151 days ago
  • LINDA!
    You are at a good point in your life. You know what is important.
    1151 days ago
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