I have officially been on this journey for a year now (as of July 23). WOW! What a ride it has been. I remember in April of last year how I saw a picture of myself with my co-workers and realized, "Wow.. I am HUGE!" At just barely 5'0" I weighed about 184lbs. I began following the Weight Watchers program on my own with materials I had from the last time I signed up and failed (been there done that like 4 times); I lost some weight on my own and then in July decided, along with my mum, that it was time to officially go back on program and REALLY step up my game. I was 33 years old at the time with a beautiful daughter who I wanted to be a role model for. I didn't want her to become fat like me and struggle with weight. So my starting weight at WW that first time I stepped on the scale was 178lbs. Now here I am, a year later, and I am down 41lbs! WOO HOO! Back then I could barely walk for any distance with out getting winded; I couldn't run to save my life if I had to; my body was rolls upon rolls of fat; I had no muscle definition anywhere on my body; I was in a size 16 jean and a large for shirt; I felt REALLY crappy about myself and really didn't like who I had become. Fast forward to today, I can walk for long distances with NO problem and even run for FUN; I still have some jiggly parts to my body but they are getting smaller and less obvious; I have muscles that show in my legs and arms that I had no idea were there; I am now in a size 10 jeans and size medium (and sometimes even small) for a shirt; and most importantly I am really beginning to truly love myself for the first time ever. I still have about 10lbs until I hit my goal and let me tell you, these last 10 have been the hardest to lose! I WILL make my goal and I will learn to maintain my weight safely and in a healthy manner! Yay for me!
Skinnytaste Dinner Plan (Week 68)
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