At times in my life I seemed to be complacent with the way I looked, fat and happy, but on the inside I was longing to be slim again and fit into those skimpy tops I used to wear. I finally realized that a weight loss program had to be based on what works for me, personally, and that I had to make real lifestyle changes if I wanted to lose the weight I had gained over the years.
Once I had my plan, I resolved to stick to it, by taking it one day at a time and always keeping a picture of what I wanted to look like in my mind. Since then I have been on a journey towards looking and feeling happy, healthy and fit as a lifestyle, rather than always being on a temporary weight loss plan, and it works!
The first thing I did was to start a weight loss journal and paste in before and after photos, write down my before and after stats and my present stats, and what I wanted to achieve. Before photos are ones of me when I looked and felt my best, and my after photos are the ones after I had gained so much weight that you couldn
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