Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Ready to Change FOR GOOD

Im 29 been on every single diet out there.......multipul times at that!!! Ive had success but then something happens I slack off and bam the weight is back. And then I find yet another plan to go on and the circle continues          

Im ready to change forever. This is my last year to be in my 20s. and I dont want to spend it overweight. I was showing my husband the other my goal paper and it said to be fit and he said something like yeah well that probably wont ever happen........ugh I couldnt believe him!! I was pissed but then I realised why he would say such a thing. In our 10 years of being together Ive always been on some kind of diet, always had a gym memberships, always just WANT to lose weight. but never making it last and pushing through the pain , anyway so here I am..................On a mission to prove my husband wrong and to myself that I CAN DO THIS!!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Mary!

    You CAN do this!! It is NOT easy, but it IS worth it!

    I found SlimGenics to be incredibly difficult, and yet the easiest plan I've ever done. It was effective for me because of the structure and the accountability.

    I am the type of person that I really hate letting people down and disappointing people, so just knowing that I had to weigh in 3 times a week straightened me RIGHT back out if I ever did stray from plan. I knew the scale would reveal anything I did, so it kept me on plan most of the time.

    I also found that staying on plan was key. Once I strayed, the cravings came back and it got harder again. I realized that if I could manage to stay on plan for a week or two, the cravings would subside and it would be MUCH easier.

    I also recommend the cookbook. It was a life saver for me because I'm not very creative when it comes to cooking. I found some go-to recipes that I REALLY enjoyed and continue to make today!

    And my biggest ally in the whole thing? Prayer. I gave it God because I knew that I clearly could NOT do it on my own strength. If I could have, I already would have.

    Have you heard of Lysa Terkeurst? She wrote a great book called 'Made to Crave' that you should check out! (http://madetocrave.org).

    Good luck! If you need anything along the way, feel free to ask. :-)