Pieta II by Michaelangelo
Oh, she looks so familiar! My body double in Germany.
Keep looking ahead, but remember the lessons of the past. Forgive yourself for your failures and setbacks, pick yourself up and move on. Everyone faces challenges--everyone. One of mine happens to be a life-long struggle with my self-image and my size. I can change, I can work, I can succeed.
1. Achieve and maintain a healthy BMI.
2. Incorporate cardio and strength training into my life at least 5 days a week.
3.Focus on my goals as an entire person, and not fixate on my weight.
At this point, I am:
1. Starting fresh. You can never start over, but you can start from here.
2. Setting short, medium and long term goals.
Last year, I took a major leap of faith and moved 1300 miles from Wisconsin to Texas. It has been a great thing for me--but I love the Tex-Mex food a little too much. Before I moved I adopted a rescue dog, and we walked and walked; I walked off 30 pounds. After 15 months here, I have regained 13 of those pounds, in spite of still walking the dog. I hit my 10,000 steps on my Fitbit about 5 days a week. I know that it is time to take things in hand and concentrate on the things I know how to do: set and achieve small goals, track my food, and measure my servings. Once again, here we go.
I read, play music, quilt a little, scrap and stamp...love to cook, hate to vacuum. I am the organist at the Methodist church here in town, and direct the choir and the bell choir. I do enjoy small town living, and am trying to adapt to the heat here in South Texas.
Secrets of Success
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| Pounds lost: 21.0