Back when I first started my weight loss journey in 2014, I weighed 310 pounds. I began counting calories, eliminated simple carbs, and worked out every day. I lost 45 pounds in 10 weeks, and then I slipped on ice and broke my ankle. I gained everything back during recovery. For the next 3 years I had marital issues that led to divorce. Finally in 2017 I got a job that kept me extremely active, walking 25000 steps (yes thats right twenty five thousand!) a day. I started eating healthy again, and lost 85 pounds. By mid July of 2018 I was down to 210 pounds. Then I tore my rotator cuff and had to quit my job. I spiraled into depression and sort of gave up on everything for awhile. Well my whole family and I are determined we will get ourselves healthy. I am now starting at 273 pounds, and am very frustrated that I used to be so much smaller. But I am also determined to get back to that size, and even smaller. I know it will take a lot of time, but I am back at it again.