Back to say hi!
Posted 02 December 2013 - 01:42 PM
I got used to tracking my foods, and I started noticing my newly formed double chin going away. I was becoming more aware of the foods I was eating and normally I'd eat two pieces of pizza and be ready for the third, now I couldn't eat one piece without feeling stuffed. My stomach was adjusting to eating less and I felt like I could actually do it.
I had a great summer! Despite losing 20 pounds before starting at a new and better school this year, I took a cruise to Alaska, went to four amazing concerts, and met my favorite band (The Jonas Brothers) twice! But most of all, losing 20 pounds thanks to Jenny gave me a newfound confidence.
Upon starting school I went shopping for clothes. And I bought about 4-5 pairs of denim shorts. Before the summer started I wouldn't even dream of putting on a pair of elastic band shorts or running shorts, and now I was buying denim shorts that were in style and they made me feel like every other teenage girl who can put on cute clothes and feel good in them.
I had the confidence to join a sorority and now I'm extremely happy to be a sister of that sorority. Of course losing weight has nothing to do with being accepted into the sorority but losing the weight gave me the confidence to be outgoing and meet new friends and now I have the confidence to go out to parties and dress up.
College is hard because my food choices are limited but thankfully I still get full much quicker now and my body tells me when I've had enough quick enough. I also broke my arm at the beginning of school and due to this had to refrain from exercise so I couldn't join the gym. Due to this I've gained back a few of the pounds I had lost but in the past three weeks have worked to take them off. I just went shopping when I came home for Thanksgiving break for winter clothes and my biggest problem was deciding which of the clothes I wanted to keep (THEY ALL FIT) but hey, I'd rather have that problem than my old problem of not fitting into anything! My mom had to give me a 4 item limit lol.
Anyways, I just wanted to pop in and say hello! I keep my before and after pictures taped to the inside of my closet so everytime I go and get dressed I'm reminded of all the hard work I did and to not ruin it.
To everyone that is starting Jenny Craig for the first time, let me tell you this works: given that you make it work. If you follow the program to a T (especially in the beginning), track down EVERYTHING (even the amount of water you drink) and talk to your consultant, you will see the weight come off. If it comes off slowly don't be discouraged. I was and now I see that because I took the weight off slowly it stayed off. What's even more important than the number on the scale is the confidence you'll gain. Not just look wise but the energy you'll have, the happiness you'll feel when you can actually fit into the things you try on at the store, realizing that some of your clothes are too big on you, etc. I think recently one of my biggest things was seeing that a winter jacket I had last year that wouldn't zip up, now zips up on my comfortable and looks good. Also, last year I'd be too afraid to wear leggings because I hated how big my legs looked, now I wear leggings all the time and I look good in them. So good luck!
Posted 02 December 2013 - 01:53 PM
St. Patrick's Day Challenge- lost 5.9 pounds
Easter Challenge- lost 6 pounds
Memorial Day Challenge- lost 4.8 pounds
4th of July Challenge- lost .4 pound
Summer Slim-down Challenge-
Summer Slim-down Challenge- Reach and maintain 130 pounds!
Posted 02 December 2013 - 02:18 PM
When you look in the mirror and see no change, and still keep faith, knowing that in time you will get there if you stay focused and on track, that's the difference between those who succeed and those who fail.
5'4", 46 years old, start date 7/18/2012 236.4 lbs, i work out a lot.
Posted 02 December 2013 - 02:38 PM
Posted 02 December 2013 - 05:54 PM
Goal Weight: whatever I weigh in on 8/08/14 will be it!
6/27/14. 146.2. (6 weeks to goal!)
7/11/14. 145.2. (4 weeks to goal!)
It is never too late to be who you might have been. ~George Eliot
Posted 03 December 2013 - 07:06 AM
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