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New Years eve?

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

So Christmas is right around the corner and so is New Year's Eve. The only reason I'm really excited for the end of the year is I'm going to Chicago to celebrate it with one of my roommates.! We have already booked our hotel so I have to go and I have to look and feel amazing!! And I have to find the perfect dress. I have ordered four from online and they have yet to come but one of them has to fit otherwise I'm on a massive time crunch to find my perfect outfit. Gaaahhh! What frustration but its more of a dedication and motivation issue now. This is the lowest weight I have weighed for the last 7 years!. I weighed more freshman year of high school. But now that I feel better than ever it is hard to keep on pushing and keep getting the same results I had earlier this fall :( I've decreased my calories and increased my workouts but even though I know its harder to continue this change than before I didn't realize how hard. Guuurrr. But more importantly than new years (although thats my focus for the next three weeks) my birthday is coming up quick as well!! I turn 22 this March! and I want to lose another 20+ pounds before that day! Last year I hit my birthday goal but I hired a personal trainer for three months to push me to that place. This year I spent that money on a trip to Chicago. So its me myself and I continuing this journey that I have been on for oh so long. Eventually the end will be near and my journey will transform into one of weight maintenance instead of weight loss. Hopefully that comes soon enough :)

Thanks for letting me rant. and no i am not going to spell check any of this lol i do not care.
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  • ZRIE014
    it is hard to believe that the year is almost over. have a good day.
    2189 days ago
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