Little Mama On The Prairie

A life and weight-loss journey.

25 days and counting…

on February 25, 2013

We’ve been travelling together on this blog for 25 days now. I can honestly say I am feeling better, clothes are fitting better than they did on February 1st. 6.5 lb. doesn’t sound like a huge loss but its a loss and that means I’m heading in the right direction. Having this blog in place and knowing many of you read on a regular basis has actually been super helpful in keeping me on track and I love it. I know writing about your personal life is not for everyone, but I can recommend this as a form of accountability to anyone who is looking for one.

I hope I haven’t been coming across as a “know-it-all” –  I have simply been sharing things I have learned from my own experience and sharing, obviously, my own opinions on things. I am open to hearing tips, tricks and facts if you have any to share. I invite you to use the comment sections of each post to share things that work for you, corrections to any facts I may have wrong, or whatever else you’d like to share. Consider this “our” blog, not just my blog.

I suppose one of these days, before I wake up skinny, I should take some “before” shots. I really hate those. I’m not sure I want to remember but I know people like to see the before and afters. What do you think, should I post some “before” profile shots and update along the journey? Do you REALLY want to see that? I’ll think about it…

 

*WEIGHT LOSS TIP OF THE DAY*

Keep on keeping on. You can do this.


2 Responses to “25 days and counting…”

  1. Arthur says:

    There’s no need to take before shots 🙂 But you could take a photo every month just to document your progress for your own sake.

  2. Ana says:

    You should take a before shot – but no need to post a swimsuit clad one of yourself. I would still take one of those just for you to keep to compare down the road. You should also take measurements (not necessarily to share unless you want to) but they are good to have and compare on those days when the scale isn’t budging because likely the measurements still will. Proud of you for doing this!!!

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