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W3D4 - 22km run

This run was fueled by a giant (200g) chocolate bar. I don’t do things like this a lot but sometimes (particularly in marathon training) it just has to be chocolate. But since I had quite a healthy breakfast and dinner it’s okay.

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Guuuuuuyssss!!!!!
I’ve done it!!!!
99.9kgs 🎉🎉🎉

I am so happy!!
I had a reeeeally good work out tonight too.

I never ever want to see triple digits ever again.

I don’t remember the last time I weighed under 100kgs. I actually remember stepping on the scales in a chemist around age 13/14 and getting off them so quickly before anyone could see they read over 100.

So proud of myself.

Left photo: November? 2015 @ around 128 kgs.
Right photo: 22nd of April 2016 @ 102kgs.


I really wish I took more photos of myself BEFORE I started losing weight so I had more photographs to compare myself to but I reeeeeally hated having a camera pointed at me!!

On Friday my boyfriend took me to the dentist to have another one of my wisdom teeth removed & to have the stitches removed from the other side and while we were out we popped into Myer and he made me try on this size 16 parka that I totally thought wouldn’t fit at all.

However it did fit and it is gorgeous and also the ticket price said $169 but we got $40 off.

Also look how skinny my legs and arms are looking!!!! I’m currently trying to lose a kg a week so I’ll be 95kgs in time for my 26th birthday. After that I have another 10kgs until I am at my goal weight. I have to stay strong and keep going because honestly I cant even believe the second photo is me!

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Here is my first comparison photoset.

The photo on the left was from last year when I weighed my heaviest @ 127kgs. I couldn’t bare seeing the scales creep any closer to 130 and started taking control of my eating & exercise habits.
Cutting all soft drinks and excess sugar from my diet.

The photo on the right was taken just last night. I’ve since lost 25kgs/55lbs and now weighing in at 102kgs.

I still have quite the journey ahead of me as I have another 22kgs to go until my goal weight of 80kgs (i am 181cm tall) but seeing the changes in both my body and mindset over the past few months have been all I need to ensure I go all the way.

Also anyone with a fitbit who wants to be weight loss buddies, send me a message with your email. The more the merrier :)