gkvauthier32 wrote: »
- Being cold all the time....it hasn't gotten better with time for me. I lost the majority of my weigth 7 years ago AND I"M STILL COLD ALL THE TIME!
- The confidence to do and learn new things. I became a Zumba instructor a couple of years ago and recently got my personal training liscene after a Zumba ending injury.
- The amazing community of people you integrate into when you decide to make healthier food and exercise choices.
jennifer_417 wrote: »
How much I touch myself. (Not like that, pervs!) But I just find the new contours of my body fascinating. My collarbone, knuckles, my legs look/feel completely different, I can feel my ribs and hipbones when I lie down. It's crazy.
mumblemagic wrote: »
How good it feels to go down a belt notch.
How awesome it is to look at the promotional pictures at the gym and think "in a few months I could look like that".
How runny your poo gets if you eat loads of veggies
DAM5412 wrote: »
Your shoes may no longer fit.
Don't be too quick to resize your wedding bands, most jewelers won't do it more than twice.
Find and make friends with your local consignment shop, don't splurge too much on clothes until you reach (and have stayed for a while at) goal.
Some of your friends and family members will not be supportive.
It's not a linear process (especially for us girls)! Some days/weeks you will not lose anything and that's okay. Stick to your plan.
farmerpam1 wrote: »
A love for being active, more like a NEED to be active every day.
palwithme wrote: »
+ That it won't magically fix all your problems. In fact, some of my "problems" have come more in focus because of the time and energy I have spent on myself and not "others."
TeresaMarie2015 wrote: »
- Those who have seen me go up and down over the years are not saying anything about my weight loss (and they never say anything about the gains either)
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