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back on the horse :)

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Hi guys.
I am back on the horse i made it my goal for march-april to start fresh in May. Since march 27th until 31st of april i went back to my old ways and ate a lot of junk food. I thought i could control how much of it I ate but I couldn't. Almost Everyday i was having two servings or so of junk food.
Thanks FERRETLOVER1 & LIOCORO for the enraging comments from my last post. I agree with what you both said.
I was not happy with myself for eating so much junk food, I did not feel good about myself and i don't think i even like the taste of junk food either but ate it due to being an emotional eater. i loved eating healthy and missed it but though how can i get back to it. I know i can do it, I have g8 support even from my school friends who are also encouraging me they said they are proud of me for how far i have come and that made me feel so special and made me relise i have come really far. I don't want to go back to my old ways any more. so i am starting fresh, getting back on the horse and gonna try my damn hardest to stay on the horse plus my friend from school wants to do this together although i keep trying to tell her she don't need to.. some girls are so skinny and think they are fat, i don't see how they can be like this with their body, it is kinda sad. I don't want to be that person either, loose to much weight, just have it balanced. I am walking again try to aim for half an hour a day.... and i want to do my ab exercises at least 3 times a week, i some how need to flatten my gut but nothing seems to work even if i lose weight. well thanks for the kind words, hope everyone is getting to their goal weight. peace out people. and take care of yourself.
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