healthy-weight

WHATTTT!!!!

34 pounds down. I know, I can’t believe it either. I’m expecting to stall soon though because 4 pounds in two weeks is pretty quick! But I’m super happy and proud. I’ve been upping my workout routine a bit for the gains and because I’ve been feeling pretty down lately and exercise is my cure for that. Especially because my exercise is hitting and kicking things and if that can’t make you feel better, I don’t know what can!!! 😂😂😂

Ahhhh it’s been a pretty good week. I gotta work the weekend (money moneyyyy) but I’ll have plenty more time to draw and hang out with you guys !! Maybe I’ll do an all day livestream (after work til I go to bed livestream?) One of those weekend days.

Week 3

I forgot to post this earlier but Thursday is weigh in day!!!! I only lose 1lb from last week which I was kinda bummed about because I was aiming for 2 but I did take an extra rest day & ate out more than I wanted to. Although I’m not too bummed because it’s still better than gaining or losing nothing & I lost 1% body fat!! But now that it’s the end of the day (and I just finished my workout) I feel kinda blah and bloated and gross. Hopefully this week is kinder to me😁

Went and lost anther 2lbs in 4 days!! Eating healthy and working out hard can pay off 💪🏼🎉

After not having the best day yesterday and not going to the gym I’m still down 2lbs!

4lbs lost since I started on the 10th of December! So thats 4lbs lost in 10 days 😛🏃🏽‍♀️💃🏽💪🏼

1/20/2017 weigh in: 268.5

YAAAAAAAAAAS. This is now my Official Record for the most weight I’ve ever lost. 11.5 lbs. My next weight loss mini goal is 259.

I’m also ordering a new scale. Today I got 268.1, .3, and .5, and decided to post the highest to be pessimistic. 

I’ll try not to stress eat during the inauguration.

I’m so frustrated

Counting calories is really dangerous for me. It leads me down a path that quickly results in ED behavior. 

But I can’t lose weight, and I can’t figure out why. 

I’ve been working out different muscle groups and adding cardio at the gym, I go 4x a week. I haven’t been binging, and I haven’t FELT like I’ve been over eating. 


Does anyone have any tips or help? 

1/19/2017 check in

Today was good with eating & bad with steps and water intake. Tonight I’m taking my last trunk full of donations to Goodwill and today I finished organizing all of the photos I want to keep into albums.

Breakfast: 2 slices of toast with 1 avocado and 4 slices of veggie bacon

Lunch: Peanut butter & jelly sandwich and pineapple

Snack: 2 Lindt milk chocolate truffles

Dinner: 2 slices of veggie bacon and 2 slices of toast with hummus (this was going to be butter, but I saw that I had hummus and decided to see what it’d taste like spread on instead. it was pretty good, and better for me)

1,500 cals

I hope I’m in the 260s tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! god

Anonymous Submission

Left, 5/16, 5'4, 194 lbs, eating copious amounts of terrible greasy food daily, and never feeling comfortable in my own skin.
Right, 12/16, 6 months vegan, 130 lbs(ish) healthiest I’ve ever been, doing cardio 4-5 times a week along with healthier eating habits ❤️

190lbs verses 170lbs

I’m getting there. It’s taken a lot of hard work but I am finally seeing results. I cut out all soda and started tracking how many calories I was eating per day. I’m comfortable around 1200-1500. I also use my Fitbit to track my steps at work and aim for 15,000 steps a day.

The difference of 20lbs is honestly mind blowing when you put progress photos side by side. I still have about 40lbs left to lose but I’m optimistic. 2017 is going to be my year 👊🏼💥

thatgirlstephcole submitted:

I started Weight Watchers in September (shortly after the picture on the left was taken). Then I started doing at least 4 yoga classes a week on January 1st. I took this mirror picture this passed Friday night. As of yesterday morning, I’m .4 pounds away from my half way mark. 32.8 pounds down and feeling amazing. Looking at these pictures I see such a difference in confidence and that’s what I was searching for. If you’re thinking of starting your journey, just know- ITS WORTH IT ALL. Do it healthy, and do it for nobody else, but you. Your future self will thank you.