Make sure you are losing the weight for YOU and no one else.
Do it to make yourself happy. Food is definitely a drug and I feel like it’s the same approach as a drug addict ( well sort of lol). You’ve got to make sure you are whole heartedly ready and 100% dedicated because you’ll only end up, taking “cheat days” and making up reasons to skip out on the gym (aka skipping rehab lol) if you’re not. When I decided to take that step, I was ready. I was tired of breathing heavy. Tired of eating things I knew were destroying my body. Tired of feeling tired.
I’ve always been a chubby girl but I’m sure drinking played a part in my major weight gain. And the death of my sister definitely added to that. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying I don’t drink anymore. I indulge every now and then, but you have to consider the amount of calories and how bad alcohol really is for your body. I try to be realistic with myself and knowing what it is that I want really helps with that. So I would definitely say have an idea of what your goal is, it doesn’t have to be a number necessarily. My goal is to just live an overall healthier lifestyle. 44lbs down since July and I’m still going.
Diets stop, lifestyles don’t. ? RaeBay
Post Date: January 21st, 2017