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  • rheddmobilerheddmobile Posts: 4,313Member Member Posts: 4,313Member Member
    I’m struggling a bit this week - human feels clouding perspectives. But I posted this on my feed and realized that it’s a good NSV that covers a long toad to where I am. Sometimes, it is hard for me to hang onto a positive attitude in weak moments when I’m looking 4 minutes behind when maybe I was lower in weight/better at logging or 5 minutes into the future where you realize that goal you wanted so badly is impossible in the *time* you want it.

    Extending my view outward, I realize that I’ve accomplished a lot. Today’s struggles once felt so unattainable and yet here I am. Mired in the Bog Of The Last Twenty.

    So, my NSV is a history of shorts. Three pieces: the largest, where I started. The middle, when I left plus size stores behind and went on my first vacation where I was not ashamed to be in pictures. The top: where I am now, on the cusp of achieving a goal I set for myself at the start of 2012.

    Now to go slay the day!

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    I realize this is a typo and you meant to say “long road,” however I am having fun picturing a “long toad” that you could take to get where you are. Maybe a really big toad, like the Catbus from that Miyazaki movie.

    Your progress is inspiring and you will get the rest of the way too!
  • tashanic2tashanic2 Posts: 24Member Member Posts: 24Member Member
    I’m struggling a bit this week - human feels clouding perspectives. But I posted this on my feed and realized that it’s a good NSV that covers a long toad to where I am. Sometimes, it is hard for me to hang onto a positive attitude in weak moments when I’m looking 4 minutes behind when maybe I was lower in weight/better at logging or 5 minutes into the future where you realize that goal you wanted so badly is impossible in the *time* you want it.

    Extending my view outward, I realize that I’ve accomplished a lot. Today’s struggles once felt so unattainable and yet here I am. Mired in the Bog Of The Last Twenty.

    So, my NSV is a history of shorts. Three pieces: the largest, where I started. The middle, when I left plus size stores behind and went on my first vacation where I was not ashamed to be in pictures. The top: where I am now, on the cusp of achieving a goal I set for myself at the start of 2012.

    Now to go slay the day!

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    I also like how your style is cuter the smaller you get. Perhaps increased confidence?? Very inspiring!! ♥
    edited April 17
  • dhiammarathdhiammarath Posts: 700Member, Premium Member Posts: 700Member, Premium Member
    @tashanic2 Thank you! My style has definitely gotten better and I do think it's because of confidence! I like looking trendy now. XD
  • BattyKnitterBattyKnitter Posts: 503Member Member Posts: 503Member Member
    kmalik5 wrote: »
    Checked out my legs and backside for the first time in a couple months and noticed my cellulite is GONE. Like totally gone! No more cottage cheese thighs for me! Now I can't wait for shorts season to come around.

    Yay for no more cellulite! A LOT of mine is gone but I still have a little bit, can't wait for it to be entirely gone like you!!!
  • shunggieshunggie Posts: 789Member Member Posts: 789Member Member
    kmalik5 wrote: »
    Checked out my legs and backside for the first time in a couple months and noticed my cellulite is GONE. Like totally gone! No more cottage cheese thighs for me! Now I can't wait for shorts season to come around.

    Yay for no more cellulite! A LOT of mine is gone but I still have a little bit, can't wait for it to be entirely gone like you!!!

    My legs are definitely smaller, more muscle less fat, but there is still plenty of cellulite. I need to lose about 45 pounds more to get to goal, I hope the cellulite will go with some of that weight. I wear shorts anyway but it would be nice to not see it. Might also freak me out since it's always been there :wink:
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