Still on track and what’s keeping me going!! 

It’s day 7 and I’m still on track!!! I’m in the zone, nothing can stop me!!! I am a dieting god slaying one fat cell at a time with my sword of cucumber, yellow pepper and wholemeal wraps.

Already I can feel a difference and my friend and other half have noticed random patches of fat on my body start to go down. 

The sun is keeping me happy and reminding me of what I would love to be wearing in the summer right now!! 

Only 5.5 weeks until my birthday night away and only 7.5 weeks until our little family holiday! If I can stay on track till then I know I will feel fantastic. No where near at my goal but like I said before, that’s ok. As long as I try my hardest from now until then I’ll be happy. 

After work I’m going to do another healthy food shop and stock up on the things that keep me on track. Tomorrow after work I’ll be going swimming.

I’ve not given in to temptation and I feel amazing for it. When I go off track I feel so shitty but today is positive central and I’m so determined to do this.

I don’t want to be stick thin, I just want to be able to go into a normal shop, grab a dress in my size and it fit. 

I’m sick of always being the biggest one.

I’m sick of being sweaty all the time in this heat, improving my fitness is helping but I’m still walking tap. 

I’m sick of being scared of chairs.

All these things are propelling me and keeping me going!

What inspires you to stay on track? I’d love to hear in the comments below!

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  1. Congratulations! You’re doing an amazing job! It’s always more difficult to keep at it during the initial days and you’re dancing your way through that hurdle. Pretty soon you’ll get used to your diet and changed lifestyle and it wouldn’t matter that much. So very happy to see you’re taking your fitness and overall wellness so seriously. Keep it up.

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  2. I went totally vegan 30 days ago. I cleaned my entire kitchen and pantry out of unhealthy foods. I cook/plan my meals ahead of time and take them as I need them. I only drink water, and stopped drinking Starbucks (those things average at least 500 calories a drink). In less than 30 days, I have lost 10lbs. Not dramatic, but I feel great. I think writing about your triumphs and setbacks are a great way to stay on track. Stories like yours inspire me. Knowing that others are going through the same thing, whether it be diet, mental health, depression, etc. It’s good to have a community where we can support and learn from one another.

    Best wishes,
    Max and Mike

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    • Heya max and mike! Wow that’s amazing congratulations! I def don’t have the will power to go vegan but I admire those who do 😂I love writing about it, putting it all into words makes me keep the promise to myself to keep going.
      That’s such a lovely thing to say (the inspire bit) thank you, you have no idea how much that means to me, and how it inspires me to keep sharing these personal things I never thought I would.
      I love the community I’ve found on here I feel far less alone, it’s actually making me feel more normal lol xxx


      • Exactly, its what makes YOU happy. If we chase what others think should or shouldn’t be, all that causes is us to be miserable. And once you get to what others think should or shouldn’t be, guess what, that will have changed and it was all for naught. 😉 You’re doing it the right way, for you, then you know you will be happy :):)

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