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Is this what everyone was talking about?!

Thursday, June 15, 2017

So I feel as though I talk about my weight loss progress way too much. But I have lost 32 lbs so far and about 18 inches! I know that's amazing but i felt the other day, as though my progress doesn't match the numbers. It screwed with my head. Surprisingly, I turned to meditation and I realized what everyone was talking about. Non scale victories. Having your clothes fit. (I fit in my old favorite ink addicted tank top that I couldn't for 2-3 years) Feeling lighter on your feet (I notice more and more everyday what my body can do!) More energy, healthier choices become easier, loving your workout, feeling sexier in your own skin, everything! I always thought it was a dream. That my being strong, not just skinny, was a fantasy. Now this is reality and it's freaking amazing. I feel more confident, stronger, more flexible, sexier, more beautiful, ect. I never had confidence or self love because of abuse and eating disorders. Every day is an internal challenge that I try to keep quiet. But I am so proud of myself right now at this very moment especially and whilst meditating. I love me and I want everyone to love themselves. I always thought "loving yourself" was bulls hit. Now I have been proven wrong. Always continue to strive for a healthy lifestyle. 6 months on and off changed my life. Just do something everyday. Especially when the opportunity arises. Good luck you can do this guy
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  • MBLANKFORD
    Congrats on your awesome weight loss!! Yes it is amazing how you start feeling about your self and start noticing and appreciating the small things 😊
    1260 days ago
  • KAYTEE916
    Congratulations on losing 32lbs! That is awesome! Keep on pushing girl, you can do it!! The feeling is awesome 😊
    1260 days ago
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