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***i was hypnotized LITERALLY, became a yogi, and changed perspective***

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

So much has happened in the four months since I last blogged! Actually, there has been no major THING that pulled me out of the Spark stratosphere, my heart just wasn't in it. My heart actually wasn't in a lot of things. My life felt BLAH. Of course we all know that when life starts to feel that way, we tend to pacify our feelings with food. I did that, a little, I guess. I never had a binge in those 4 months, I wasn't sneaking cookies or cakes. Honestly, my food habits weren't as bad as I would have expected them to be. What was bad was my energy, my enthusiasm, and my exercise habits. So I decided to see a hypnotherapist.

I know it may sound wacka-doo emoticon but hypnotherapy turned my energy and enthusiasm for life completely around. I didn't know what to really expect. My first appointment with Kim was very similar to regular therapy with the exception that she focused on when and what I was eating in response to various emotional episodes I was having. We talked about my family. She asked me how our relationships were. We talked about what my workday looked like. When I would speak of something, if she noticed my demeanor changing while discussing, she would stop me there and we would try to figure out what foods I was eating or snacking on immediately following those moments. Were my snacks crunchy? Soft? Could I remember the exact taste? She would ask me to describe the flavor. What was happening to the rest of my body? She was asking me all of these things BEFORE she hypnotized me. Kim was able to assess that the reason for my depressed state was because I was not being intellectually challenged at work and my naturally creative spirit needed a creative outlet, otherwise I was turning to food. She then asked me what would I like my relationship to food to be like. She asked me about the colors of the foods I most often indulged in. Then she hypnotized me. Surprisingly, I am VERY EASILY hypnotized. During hypnosis she provided positive reinforcement. She told me I would beging to crave and seek out brightly colored foods emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon . She also spoke into my consciousness that I would find ways to be active at least 5 times a week.

After the session, I felt so refreshed, focused and ALIVE. It was like all the heavy stuff that was weighing me down had somehow been erased. I was in good spirits! Kim's studio also offers hyp-yoga. This is where you go through 70 minutes of yoga instruction and then they perform hypnosis at the end to reset your energy and reinforce positive thoughts. It is emoticon the way I feel after each class. I am sure you are probably imagining hypnosis being some crazy scenario of us acting like apes or unknowingly humping a stranger's leg. It's not like that. We actually don't move at all. It is like being in a deep sleep but your subconscious mind is fully awake. Doctors say that 20 min of hypnosis is like getting 8 hours of sleep in terms of energy and focus. And through these hyp-yoga classes, I have fallen in LOVE with yoga. Going to these classes have helped me forgive myself for not perfecting this weightloss thing. It has helped me appreciate the body I have because the body I have is STRONG and FLEXIBLE. It made me come to grips that while I may never be thin, that won't make me any less of a wife and mother. Do I want to lose more weight? Absolutely. But I am not shooting for a major weight loss any longer. I just want to look cute in my yoga pants!

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KNH771 8/23/2014 11:08AM

    I'm glad you've found something that works for you!

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MISSB8604 8/13/2014 6:13PM

    Very cool stuff!!!!!!!!!

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SUSIEMT 8/6/2014 3:30PM

    Yea you NikkiCole! I have been through hypnosis myself to quit smoking. I really liked the experience. I like the new you. Great attitude! Welcome back to blogging!

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SUGAR0814 8/6/2014 2:37PM

    I must've talked you up! I was just telling a friend I haven't seen or heard from you on SP. Glad all is well. emoticon emoticon

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KTTAYLOR21 8/6/2014 1:59PM

    You have me ready to look for a Hypnotherapist in DC!!! That sounds sssooo emoticon !! If for nothing else, it changed your outlook on life!! Good for you Nikki!! emoticon

Glad your back!!

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EVER-HOPEFUL 8/6/2014 1:58PM

    sounds great love.have to let us know how it goes.take care and keep smiling. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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I know its about the food!!!!

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

I am stubborn. Not about everything, but the things I am passionate about, I would fight tooth and nail for. I am PASSIONATE about food. I am sure some of my fat may be due to deep-rooted psychological issues, but MOST of it is because FOOD IS emoticon Everyone who has ever been on a diet has heard the addage that weight loss is 20% SWEAT and 80% NUTRITION. That sucks. Why can't I just eat my coffee cake and dance later???!!! emoticon I am telling you, if weight loss was determined solely by effort of movement, I would be waltzing through the supermarket in a bikini! emoticon

But it's not. And even though I had heard that 3,000 times before, I didn't wholeheartedly believe it until Monday night. I went to a Zumba class and ran into a woman that I had not seen in about six months. The last I had seen her, she had already lost 40 lbs from her all-time high, but she still had weight to lose. She had told me, at that time, that she had joined Weight Watchers and that she really needed to focus on her diet because she was working out like crazy but had stopped seeing results. I wished her the best, got married and gained "Love weight". In the meantime, she focused on her nutrition and continued to workout. When I seen her on Monday, I didn't immediately recognize her. But then I did a double take. emoticon She has lost an additional 45 lbs!!! From the time I originally met her over a year ago, to know, she has gone from what I suspect to have been a 22W/24W to her current size 10. She carries a lot of her weight in herbottom half so she may easily be an 8 on top. Her transformation is MIRACULOUS!! I take that back. It wasn't a miracle. It was her hard work, tenacity, fight and focus that got her there. But most importantly, it was her NUTRITION. She told me after class that she plans everything and tracks everything. And THAT is when it clicked for me. This woman and I have spent plenty of time in the sauna together after a class trying to encourage each other and sharing our struggle. She loves food just like I do. But she also likes to sweat, just like I do. I thought to myself: you can BE where she is at if you are WILLING to do the WORK that she did. I MUST TRACK FOOD! I also can't allow boredom to dictate what I put into my mouth. I have to be okay with being hungry. On a sidenote: I attempted to track my food on Spark yesterday and it was not working. Nonetheless, nutrition is the bizness!!

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MSILVER94 6/24/2014 2:25PM

    Thanks for sharing! It is a great reminder about the importance of what we put in our mouths. It does count... It counts a lot!

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LISAN0415 6/7/2014 6:08AM

    I think the number one thing that helped me lose weight before the wedding was tracking everything, and I mea everything I ate. I was faithful about weighing/measuring my food. Because 110 calorie cereal can easily turn into much more if you don't meaure out 3/4 cup.

I also planned 1 day ahead what I would eat, and I only allowed myself one "treat" meal a week. Doing that helped me lose the weight.... until I got pregnant of course- then I had an aversion to almost all meat, I was queasy when I had an empty stomach, and I craved sugar and carbs... pasta and bread.

But now since re-starting 2 weeks ago, I have been faithfully tracking and I am definitely seeing the results. it gets easier each day.

I wish you the best of luck! You can do this!

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EUEK098 6/1/2014 5:55PM

    Music to my ears, the food is the crazy part.

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RENATARUNS 5/8/2014 8:32AM

    You know it. I struggled for so long with accepting that very fact. I'd been so convinced I could not lose weight due to it just plain not happening for so long that even when I did make huge changes in how I was eating I didn't think I was going to lose much. But I did!

Your determination is so great to see; with that attitude you will surely get there. About the hunger, though? Might not be as bad as you're anticipating. I did have some discomfort I needed to power through in the first month or six weeks after dropping calories dramatically, but I was amazed at how normal I began to feel after that. When you pay careful attention to what and when you're eating, and don't let it get you down if you have a day or two that are rougher than usual, it's all quite manageable.

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PRETTYPITHY 5/8/2014 1:09AM

    Thanks for this blog -- this is something we could all stand to hear (especially me, especially lately). How's it going with tracking?

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SWEETZMIX 5/5/2014 1:35PM

    This blog is the truth! The most success I've ever had was b/c I focused on my food. I tracked & watched what I ate & kept sweating. I bet it was a reality check for you!

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ALLIEALLIE2 5/5/2014 12:23PM

    Oh I hear you this is my struggle too. I KNOW if I would just buckle down and really really focus on my nutrition I would reach my goals much much sooner than I have been. I am glad I read your blog this morning today I will track here on spark, it is just something that has to be done. Thanks Girlie! And congrats to your friend for buckling down and getting it done;) emoticon

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1DERLAND14 4/26/2014 3:44PM

    SO SO SO TRUE!!!! I have been the QUEEN of trying to outwork a bad diet. While I didn't see it at the time I look back and think of how many 2-2.5 hour workouts I put in at the gym time after time and look puzzled when I'd hop on the scale and wouldn't see the results I was expecting!!!
I know I will never be truly successful until I master the FORK! I can workout with the best of them, but I know I've gotta watch what I put in my mouth!!

Do you ever feel a million times more hungry when you're working out a lot? For some reason I struggle with that. I've just had to learn to tell myself "no" and drink more water LOL.

Can you and your hub just move to Houston?!! Please please please!!!! We'd smash all these goals!!!!! emoticon emoticon

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MJREIMERS 4/25/2014 9:49AM

    Yes! I still have to track my food daily. When I don't the weight starts creeping back on. Luckily, I have stopped it before it gets too much. I know emoticon You've made progress before and you can do it again. emoticon

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RE_ANNE 4/24/2014 9:00PM

    All too true. I find though that if I plan right and include filling foods in my daily fare I'm not hungry - even with the calorie deficiency. I've also learned that I sometimes mistake being tired with being hungry and eat when I should rest.

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SMCBELLE 4/24/2014 11:52AM

    This post reminds of my recent cinnabun encounter and how being mindful of what we eat is important. I ate a cinnabun for Easter breakfast and after ate it I decided to look up the nutrition. Lets just say whole cow...there were well over 1000 calories in that bad boy. That's a lot of time on the treadmill. It stinks that we can't just chow down on whatever we want when ever we want but I believe moderation is key and being mindful through tracking seems to help me be mindful.

I'm glad to hear that others hate tracking as much as me. Hang in there!!

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SUGAR0814 4/23/2014 11:14PM

    Tracking is important! I track the good, the bad, & the you-know-your-a$$-shouldn't-eat-tha
t!! It's a struggle but emoticon!!!

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LADYGSC 4/23/2014 6:12PM

    I believe in eating in moderation and exercising five times a week. It is taking some time, but it is worth it and it is something I can live with the rest of my life.
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SUSIEMT 4/23/2014 5:13PM

    I agree tracking your nutrition is so important! You can have what you want just maybe not as much as you want. Unless it is something that will start you on a binge. That can happen. Find the nutrition app that works for you. (I like and use the Spark nutrition on my computer.) I figure mine out either in the morning or the previous evening and come back in the evening to make any adjustments to the size and amounts as needed. You have done it before and I know you can do it again.

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NOTGVGUP83 4/23/2014 2:21PM

    I absolutely agree with your blog and that lady at the gym. I guess the truth hurts. We HAVE to log our food intake to really know if we're on track not just eye ball it. This is my struggle. I can work out but I HATE tracking!

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DIANA3BANANA 4/23/2014 2:05PM

    I absolutely need to track everything I eat. It's so easy to me to go over my goal range unless I do. It can be quite an effort and get a bit tedious at times, but I find for me very well worth it. Best of luck!


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JAMIRBLAZE 4/23/2014 1:59PM

    Healthy food can be just as good if not better than a lot of the stuff that many of us ate while we were gaining weight or what we are told is desirable in advertising. Eatingwell has a lot of great recipes as does Skinnytaste. A little effort and experimentation, and you can still have your love affair with foods and eat healthy.

Tracking is a pain, but it's so worth it. emoticon

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Was it this hard last time?

Monday, April 21, 2014

I don't remember it being this hard to lose a few pounds! When I started my weight loss journey nearly two years ago, I had the eye of the tiger. Everything was about healthy living. I lost 2 lbs a week consistently for 16 weeks and then it would hit or miss but I managed to get off 55 lbs. This past week I had a MINISCULE goal. A goal so small, it shouldn't even be called a goal. I just wanted to lose 0.2 lbs. I gained 0.6. What in the SAM HELL? I worked out 4 days last week and ate sensibly. My water intake was CRAZY. I don't have quite the eye of the tiger but I have been trying. Today my pants are dissecting my gutt, they are so tight. And I didn't eat much on Easter. Actually yesterday, I was at my mom's house and I wanted to change out of my church dress. My brother and his kids live with her. I asked my mom if she had a pair of scrubs I could wear (she is a nurse). My brother offered to grab me something to change into.

Let me explain the body compositions of these folks. At one point last summer, my mom and I wore the same size and my upper body was actually smaller than hers. Not so much after an 18 pound gain. My nephew is a long and lanky 17 year old and my brother is much bigger than me. I was kind of nervous about what my brother was going to give me to wear. Well he brought me up one of my nephew's t-shirts and a pair of my mom's scrub pants. The shirt was huge on me, which isn't much of a victory because my nephew is a little goth and tends to wears his shirts big. Surprisingly, I fit my mom's scrub pants. While they were snug in the thighs, they had room in the waist, butt and legs. In that moment, I felt relieved that I am getting on top of my weight gain before it gets to the point that I am embarassed by situations like this.

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1DERLAND14 4/26/2014 3:37PM

    I can relate at times!! I know you & how hard you work! I have no doubt the scale will be going on the right direction in no time! My motivation has always been my clothes...when I feel like they are getting too tight I know it is time for a change!! I hate the feeling of trying on 20 things in the morning before work until I find SOMETHING to wear that looks "okay" :)

Keep fighting, love!! Have faith!! You've rocked it before.... You'll ROCK IT again!!!! emoticon

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MRS.CARLY 4/22/2014 6:41PM

    I've noticed that too..I've lost weight in the past and it was pretty easy…now…not so much! I think the body gets used to it and I think also you KNOW what you have to do to lose the weight and you KNOW how much work it is, so for some reason the eye of the tiger stays hidden!

Better luck next week, It could just be a water thing!

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SUSIEMT 4/22/2014 11:36AM

    Nikki are you tracking all of your food and nutrients? Are they all in balance? I see you are tracking your exercise. You are on your way! Remember baby steps. You have done it before and I know you will keep at it. This is a LIFESTYLE change. You want to be healthy. It will come! Keep up the good work Nikki!

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SUGAR0814 4/21/2014 11:28PM

    emoticon You're starting again so you are half there!! We are in the same boat. How are you doing with your exercise? I hurt my foot so I haven't been giving it my all. Going through the motions in that department except for today. No excuses!! emoticon You are emoticon so keep it moving!

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ALLIEALLIE2 4/21/2014 9:21PM

    emoticon you are headed in the right direction!! emoticon

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LILSPARKGIRL 4/21/2014 7:30PM

    I am so glad you didn't have to suffer. I hate that feeling - it was when everything in my closet felt like that, that I came back to Spark. Good for you for getting back your health!

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NOTGVGUP83 4/21/2014 2:46PM

    you're taking control and you'll have the eye of the tiger once you find balance and see the scale go in the right direction. Stick with it! I'm faking it till I make it so let do it! =)

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MOTTAMAMALOU 4/21/2014 1:55PM

    Good for you.


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Lipstick on the dance floor and fish for breakfast

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Am I the only person that has to have on lipstick to REALLY dance??? About once a week I go to this Hip-Hop dance class with my brother's girlfriend. She always makes fun of me because before every class, I whip out my cosmetic bag and choose a color for the night. And not just any color. I go LOUD, SASSY, PREVOCATIVE. I wear hot pink, magenta, plum, midnight red. It's like I am putting on confidence with every swipe of the lipstick. Tameica will say, "Oh no. It's Beyonce!" Our dance instructor calls me, "Get it Girl". I just love to dance and the loud lips help me get into character. Am I the only one?

Last night I picked up People's annual edition of Half Their Size. It was costly at $12.99 but I needed the motivation. This edition focused on people who had previously been featured and are still at their maintenance weight. It was so cool to read their stories and find little gems here and there. And guess what? SPARKPEOPLE was featured as a a proven weight loss mechanism. They shared a member's story and talked about Chris' goal with the site. I was reading it and said, "YYAAAAYY! We made it!" This community really makes me proud.

One of the weight loss success stories shared that she lost ovre 160 pounds by eating dinner at breakfast and breakfast at dinner. She said she would have fish or chicken with vegetables and perhaps a starch for breakfast. She would then have soup or salad for lunch and finish the evening with oatmeal and fruit. This woman lost 12 pounds the first week she did it. The expert nutritionist said it put her body into fat burning mode. I don't know but this morning I decided to try something like it. I had grilled salmon and scrambled eggs for breakfast with a cup of green tea (most of the people in the book swore by the tea at breakfast). It was so good and I was CRAZY full. I wasn't full immediately either. I felt satisfied. But then I began to feel more full and two hours after that I still wasnt hungry. When it was time for my mid morning snack, I really didn't want to eat it. I did anyway because I am trying to keep to the plan but it was hard. I will definitely have that again.

But anywho, I better get going. It's 2 pm and i should probably eat lunch (I'm not hungry).

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LISAN0415 6/10/2014 1:52AM

    I think instead of fosucing on "breakfast for dinner and dinner for breakfast" I think the idea is to eat lots of protein for your first meal, and make your first or second meal your largest and then your last meal should be your biggest and the lowest carb meal of the day.

I love carbs, and I don't deprive myself, when I lost my weight before the pregnancy, I made sure if I wanted pasta or pizza.. to eat it at lunch, not at dinner. I was told at my gym by people that lost fat weight that starting the day with healthy fats and protein like eggs, turkey sausage, cheese, nuts ect- gets the metabolism up all day.
I always plan a day ahead what I will eat for 1st meal, 1st snack, lunch, 2nd snack and dinner and then I have 150 calories worth of extra healthy snacks in case I am still hungry like:
low fat cheese sticks, baby carrots, suagr free jello..

Good luck to you on this phase of your weight loss journey, you can do it.


Good luck to you!

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PRESBESS 5/2/2014 1:48PM

    I know I'm a littl late but... when I exercise, I must wear my really small exercise earrings, have a little shine on my lips and recently I've been gravating towards having to chew gum. Crazy, I know!

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1DERLAND14 4/26/2014 3:45PM

    Thank GOD for this post.... I've been craving salmon and hard boiled eggs or egg whites lately...

I was like ...OH SNAP....WHAT IS IN THE WATER?!!? ;)

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EVER-HOPEFUL 4/18/2014 6:41PM

    before i was muslim i was the same re the lipstick i would feel naked without my purfume or lipstick and i definately had mor confidence because of it emoticon

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SUSIEMT 4/18/2014 3:34PM

    That was an interesting blog. It sounds like she had the majority of her calories for breakfast which really does make sense! Nikkicole you just keep at it and it will come off. Just take your time! Next time you go dancing take a pic after you put on your lipstick and let us see a collage of your different lipsticks! You go girl!

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LADYJAJA 4/18/2014 12:34PM

  You sound like you know how to have fun, and if wearing lipstick that makes it easier for you to play, why not??? Is purple your favorite color? I ask because they say people who love purple have flamboyant personalities :-) Thanks for sharing the upside down meal idea, I can't wait to try it! Here's to emoticon for breakfast!

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SUGAR0814 4/18/2014 12:08AM

    I do religiously wear my lip gloss when I go to the gym or work out, but not lip stick. I'll definitely give it a try! emoticon

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KRISTA987 4/17/2014 7:28PM

    I love wearing lipstick! Something about a little colour to the lips that brings out the confidence in me.

I've heard about the dinner for breakfast thing before. I'm not a big breakfast person & usually having to eat on the go, so that doesn't really work for me. I'm all about having breakfast for dinners though!
Whatever works, you do you!

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JUSTYNA7 4/17/2014 5:45PM

    I love doing salmon for breakfast... and I think the lipstick is a great motivator! Woo hoo! You rock!

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ALLIEALLIE2 4/17/2014 5:33PM

    sounds interesting I just don't know if I could actually get up and cook a salmon in the am...or any other dinner type food for that matter. But keep us posted on how it works for you. emoticon
oh and the lipstick...I will try it tonight at zumba to see if I get all sassy lol maybe not a super bright color but I will give it a shot! Double work out tonight for me, zumba followed by HIIT emoticon

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MISSB8604 4/17/2014 3:38PM

    I think you've got something here girl!

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REGILIEH 4/17/2014 3:09PM

    Thanks for sharing about the dinner in the am and breakfast at night, sounds great!!!

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It's smoke! It's mirrors! It's Spanx!

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

I had no clue I was getting fat again. Well, no, I KNEW I was gaining a few pounds when my inventory of Spanx increased from two pair of control top undies to a spandex wardrobe of tanks, body shapers and bras. It wasn't until my jawline got soft and I got cellulite on my upper arm, did I realize that I was disillusioned.

The beauty of Spanx and other control garments is that they are a master at compressing loose skin. That is why I initially bout them. I was loosing weight pretty rapidly and my stomach was like a soggy rag. I needed to get that under control, and it really did help. The problem with it is that if you wear it enough, you ignore what is really going on with your physique. I BELIEVED that my body WAS the way it looked in the mirror. And as soon as I took of my control top it was like popping open a can of Pillsbury Grand Biscuits!

Now I realize that all that compression wear just allowed me to eat without repercussions. It led me to believe that my body was something it is not. Will I stop wearing it? No. I am wearing it now, but I took it off long enough to realize I needed to snap to it!

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1DERLAND14 4/18/2014 8:49PM

    OHhhh can a girl relate!!!!!!!!!!!! emoticon

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ALLIEALLIE2 4/17/2014 5:28PM

    LOL you are too funny girl! But I hear you 100% on the spanks issue I wear them daily too because of the pillsbury effect but they do sort of become a "crutch" until you want to wear something that a spanks can't be worn with dun, dun, dun....ahhh story of my life. emoticon

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MAINEALI 4/17/2014 4:14PM

    Your blog post title was so funny, I just had to read the post!


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SUGAR0814 4/16/2014 10:29PM

    OMG! LMBO You have me ROTFL!! emoticon Leave those Spanx alone! We have a love hate relationship. Love the way they make me look, but hate trying to get into them! It's a workout! I end up breaking a sweat. Then, don't have to go to the restroom AFTER you fought to get them on! LOL I just let my "biscuits" giggle. LOL

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STEPH-KNEE 4/16/2014 8:05PM

    LOL, I love what you said here! I have been buying compression shorts because of the loose skin as you mentioned. My stomach is awful and if I'm wearing jeans they prop up the droopy stomach but if not, I need the extra support. The funny part is, I think I actually look worse wearing them, because the funny stomach that is above the belly button just hangs there. So in a way maybe it's good, because I don't look skinny or shapely because of it, and it reminds me I still have work to do. I think my tummy tuck year is going to be the beginning of 2016, assuming I can get to goal and maintain about a year. That is just because I want to prove to myself I can do it.

Anyways, I am rambling, that is because I missed you LOL! I was so excited to see a comment from you and see you were back. The busted biscuits will be no more soon enough and you will be back to where your spanx is only holding up loose skin, and nothing more. :)

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SUSIEMT 4/16/2014 2:39PM

    So glad you saw the light! It happens to us all from time to time! Welcome back girl!

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