“I feel like accepting the fact that food is not a punishment or a rewards system has gone a long way toward my mental progress regarding weight loss. I don’t have to be perfect. I just have to try!”
“Little things I noticed that were small wins in my books, my watch band decreased by 3 sizes. I had to get my wedding rings resized. And a homecoming dress I wore when I was 14 now fits again and I recently wore it to a wedding!”
“The journey of weight loss can be hard; mentally, emotionally, and physically. Start small. I knew I had 100+ pounds to lose but made small goals. Each week 1-2 pounds of weight loss adds up quickly. Since March 2020 I have maintained my weight loss and finally feel like I can do this FOREVER; 125 lbs since 2014.”
“Each time I “fail” I use it as a learning moment.”
“I have learned more about myself in the past 2 years than I ever thought possible. It’s funny because I now believe losing the weight was a bi-product of me finding myself.”
I am happy and proud to say that I’ve never given up. I began this journey nearly 2 years ago and haven’t looked back. There are some days and seasons of life when it has been harder than others to stay the course and be as motivated as I once was. Every day is a new day, a chance to choose yourself, your journey, and just do the very best you can for that day.
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