That quote is the kind of thing you see all the time. It falls under the "possibly cheesy, vaguely motivational" category. And a couple of years ago, I wouldn't have given it a second thought. Maybe because now I'm actually doing something about this mess of weight I'm in, it actually resonated with me. I don't know, but I find it deeply profound. I realize, of course, that it's rather a big fat, "DUH!" to some people, but for me, it was ... yeah, profound!
Anyway, I'm writing this so I remember how I felt while I was doing it, but more importantly in hopes that it will motivate someone else. So if that quote is your OHMYWORD thing, then I'm glad I copied it from SparkPeople :)
And if that doesn't motivate you, think about how great you'd feel when you woke up and realized you'd LOST FORTY POUNDS! Yeah, I said it. I'm down 40 lbs. today. And so it's time for the 10-pound-pics:
|Official -40 pic|
|approx 250 lbs.|
For the record, this is Week 20 of my "program". I've been doing loseit.com and walking. That's it. A yoga class here or there, and semi-regular situp sessions, but really just walking in the mornings. Trust me; I'm as shocked as you are.