Very recent pic, 2012-13
Looking sporty, this year ('14). Soon enough, I'll be offering pics beyond headshots!
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I'm starting again. I am back at 262lbs. I'm 5'9, so it's pretty curvy, but I could shed a bit of that. Just getting down to 200 by the beginning of '15 would be nice. Maybe get to 190-185 by 38 (I'll be 37 in a little over a week.)
I have a lot of goals, actually. I guess I just need to take my time with them. I thought I should push myself more, get to 200 in a few months rather than a year. I realize, often, that I need to make changes that will stick and that doesn't happen when I want it to, it happens when I "Get It." I'll get it when I can be consistent. I can be consistent when I consider myself more often.
I'm sure there are those of you who understand what I mean. I will try to grow more consistent and consider myself more often over the next year. I hope to stick to my goals more and get out of the 200's by the time I'm 38. We'll have to see. I am, as usual, optimistic.
1: reclaim sense of self-esteem and discipline
2: to stick with a fitness regimen for longer than a month. Minimum 10 mins, 5x a week.
3: learn to make meals for myself (Not necessarily cook, if I can get away with it.)
4: Improve mental health and function. Working with Affirmations, journaling - or Blogging, here, and overall mental fitness activity daily.
5: Shed 50-75 pounds with a focus on cardio activity as well as trimming up my midsection.
Never had kids, but somehow have the bulge.
My work out regimen basically goes with my work schedule. I'm very into Bodyweight workouts including, but not limited to, Pilates. I'm a fan of 10Min workouts, but the following layout is often more intensive.
*M: Upper body
*Th: Upper Body
*F: Lower Body.
I walk about 3 miles a night, four nights a week for my job and have been doing what I can to make it a real workout.
As many quick/easy recipes as I can get from SparkPeople, focusing on no-cook breakfast and lunches.
gluten-free - if I can hack it. I am also looking to minimize, if not eliminate, fast food.
But, making more of my own meals will be a great start!
Affirmations and journaling along with mental fitness activity such as vocabulary building.
36 Y/o Polyamorous Leo Woman in Rhode Island. Been the "Big Girl" most of my life - not only curvy but TALL. Get some cardio fitness through a job in Security, two hour-long patrols a night, four nights a week, including a flight of stairs.
My primary Partner, Beppo71 has slimmed down quite a bit through his work and ease of kitchenry and food. I've always been intimidated by certain foods and the kitchen, in general. It's a process for me and I am also working to overcome a lazy streak the length and breadth of California.
| Pounds lost: 2.0