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I've come to realize...

Friday, December 14, 2007


That I have alot more work to do than I thought! I wanted to know how much body fat I had and the results are just disgusting! To get rid of the body fat and be a healthy weight for my height I need to be 115 lbs. Thats a 27 lbs loss. I know I can do it I lost 50 lbs last year but I just dont want to think about all the work that is ahead of me. I havent starting working out yet besides walking so I hope next week I will be well enough to start. I also really need to lose the inches. My waist to hip ratio is bad also. *sigh* I guess now I know what needs to be done and I will do it but I am going to make mini goals so I can keep my motivation! My husband deploys in april for 15 months I want to be so sexy when he comes home. On another note heres my new baby girl!!!!
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  • no profile photo CD1183523
    She's adorable! Don't stress, you should be proud that you didn't gain so much this time! The only advice I have is a clean diet and exercise. But if you cave and eat the entire bag of choc chip cookies don't beat yourself up. Just curious, how do you manage to fit working out in when your husband is deployed? I've been worrying about this, since my husband will be going back to a boat as early as next fall.
    4871 days ago
  • MAIKALANI7
    I was going to say too that you lost a lot of weight last year & can do it again. It's a lot of hard work but think about how proud you were and how good you felt knowing you had lost the weight. I remember your post about being excited for your DH to see you when he got back...it must have worked becuase little lady is here now! heheh...

    It's hard work but you can do it.
    4886 days ago
  • 2BABYFERDS
    She is so precious!!!

    Okay, now it's my turn to support you!! You can do this!! Just think, 27 lbs is only about half of what you lost last year, so you can definitely do it again! It will be much easier once you can start being more active. I totally agree on the mini goals, that always worked for me - and I think your husband's deployment will be a good motivator and timeline for you (although I'm sure you'll achieve it in less time!) We are all here to support you and help you through this! It may seem like a lot of work now, but every pound and inch loss brings you closer so focus on those mini goals!
    4892 days ago
  • ALISONB28
    She is adorable! Congratulations!
    4893 days ago
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