Hi All, it's been about 2 years, and I'm back at it from the same point I was back then. The difference now if I want to lose weight for my daughters wedding in July. So far, I have lost 3 pounds in 3 weeks, so I feel good about that. I really feel my unsuccessful dieting comes from lack of support - no diet buddy. That's why I'm back giving this a go. I'm very new to blogging, not sure about it really, but I'm open to try!
What foods am I eating?? Well, first of all I have really cut down my portions. Then, I very occasionally have a potato or bread, and eat 2x veggies. I am not dedicated in my exercise yet, but I did buy weights, and like Leslie Sansone exercise tapes. So far I have lost 5 lbs, and can feel the difference with every single pound I lose!!
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