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Sweet baby Jesus. Here I am again.

Welp. I'm 25 now, heavier than ever. I need to take this weight off before it becomes too much.

Feel free to add me! I'd love to meet some healthy lifestyle friends!

Highest Weight: 188lbs
Lowest Weight: 141lbs
Goal Weight: 130lbs
Current Weight: 185lbs

Vision statement:

My goals are to lose 58lbs, and then maintain a general weight of 130lbs for life, to be physically fit and healthy, and to manage my mental health through ...
Welp. I'm 25 now, heavier than ever. I need to take this weight off before it becomes too much.

Feel free to add me! I'd love to meet some healthy lifestyle friends!

Highest Weight: 188lbs
Lowest Weight: 141lbs
Goal Weight: 130lbs
Current Weight: 185lbs

Vision statement:

My goals are to lose 58lbs, and then maintain a general weight of 130lbs for life, to be physically fit and healthy, and to manage my mental health through healthy living. I want to create a full and balanced life, full of love, security, confidence, adventure, and success. I want a long, happy life with Matt. I want be a great role model for my family. I want to have a healthy body to build a healthy baby. I want a healthy mind so I no longer feel imprisoned by it. I want to create balance and routine, not to be boring but to create pride and fulfillment. I will make healthy choices. I will meal plan. I will sleep. I will exercise. I will journal, make lists, and write schedule. I will be a better ME!
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Member Since: 3/21/2013

SparkPoints: 10,175

Fitness Minutes: 1,716

My Goals:
Lose 58lbs by April 1, 2016.

Get enough sleep, eat well, and exercise often in order to control and reduce my anxiety. This is what the doctor told me.

Take the necessary steps to reduce my stress, and consequently, my stress induced rage.

My Program:
For now, I'm trying to get in at least 10 minutes of activity a day.

For a diet, I'm just trying to eat more veggies and eat less processed garbage- and less overall.

Personal Information:
My name is Meisha, I'm from Saskatchewan, Canada. I work at a grocery store as a cheese expert. It's a weird job but it's pretty cherry,

Other Information:
I am an intersectional feminist, a humanist, an atheistic agnostic, and generally anti-oppression. I care about people. I believe in the constant process of unlearning, and in checking my privilege, and other people's privilege.

I'm also really into Broad City and Beyonce.

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BROOKLYN_BORN
2/1/2015 1:54:24 PM

I was glad to see your post on our top 3 issues. I was wondering how you were doing since you haven't blogged lately. Hope all is well



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MJZHERE
1/19/2015 5:16:15 PM

Wondering how you are. I haven't been on much but wanted to check in.



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BROOKLYN_BORN
12/3/2014 7:12:18 AM

Just checking in since I haven't seen an update in awhile. I hope all is well.



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NIMIRRA137
11/17/2014 7:51:55 AM

A job at a coffee bar sounds nice! Sometimes a non-stressful job is the way to go.

Just keep working at Matt and training him and hopefully eventually he will learn not to procrastinate so much! It's good he does complete most of them. My hubby is usually pretty good but he has been procrastinating like crazy about thank you cards from our wedding. I asked him to only write out 3 and I did the rest and it's been a month now! Men! lol



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SHARSUE
11/12/2014 8:42:34 AM

Thank you for commenting on my blog, "Vanity Sizing Blues!"

I wish clothing manufacturers would use the same method for sizing women's pants, as they do for men's: Waist x Length. Done. No drama. emoticon

Have a great day!



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