Hi, my name is Megan and here is my 35lb difference!!! I am 5′6 and started my weight loss journey in August. I got where I am now by eating healthier and exercising just a little bit more. I can’t believe I am finally dropping this weight, and if I can do it, anyone can (seriously). I had a rough relationship and went from 137lbs (at the time of graduation June 2013) to 230lbs within a few years, and I am finally regaining control over my life. I am very proud of myself and what I have achieved so far, it’s so nice to see some progress pictures to remind me that I am far from a failure. :) <3 Feel free to message me any questions, comments, etc. xox

Left - August 2016

Right - Today!

UGW - 120

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 😛🏃🏽‍♀️💃🏽💪🏼

Aww I really love this picture 😩 in the first picture I wasn’t confident AT ALL. I felt really uncomfortable in my own skin and rarely took pictures ( I was forced to take this one). I was right under 200lbs, so I already started losing weight before the first picture but I wasn’t where I wanted to be and I would sometimes get discouraged because it was taking FOREVEEEEEERRRRRR. But I didn’t give up. In the second pic (now I take pictures all the time lol) I was around 145lbs and my confidence was through the rough! I love the women I’m becoming and really want to help other women find their confidence and tell them that the fight is worth it! If you’re on a journey to a healthier lifestyle, don’t give up! The physical change is great but the emotional and mental change is AMAZING! I learned to love myself all over again and really value my body. I’m still on my journey! If you want to read advice or see my update follow my blog tiffs.stillchasingit.com. Thanks for reading! 💕

01.20.17

It’s been a month of me working out regularly again. Trying to get my eating and water intake figured out. Starting out at a new job, and starting a new school semester. It’s been a busy but good month.

I started running, or kind of running. But I started! In the past month I have worked out 18 times. Ran a total of 37 miles. And set some goals for myself.

This upcoming month I’m hoping to work on getting faster, cross training more and being able to increase my endurance.

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? 

Day 19 | 260.0 lbs.

Up 0.2 lbs. Time for a full disclosure: my food logging has been off the past few days, as in I have been seriously half-assing it. And it’s shown in my scale readings. I need to get back to logging every single thing that I eat and drink, every day. Luckily, I am still down 10 lbs. since the New Year, so I have that going for me, but things need to get moving again.