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Me, my coworker Lisa, & her daughter Reed, who also ran the 5K.
Right before the starting gun sounded.
And, we're off!
Sprinting towards the finish line!
Rae @ http://lockthefridge.blogspot.com/
Patrick @ http://responsibility199.blogspot.com/
Suzanne @ http://spunkysuzi.blogspot.com/
Sarah from http://nwanonymom.blogspot.com/
Saturday, November 13, 2010
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Wednesday, November 10, 2010
I can ask you anything? Wow, that's tempting. Hmmm...I guess I'd want to ask you what's been your biggest struggle in trying to lose the weight?
And Debbie asked: My question would be what has been your biggest challange with WW?
My biggest challenge/struggle has been consistency. I'm being serious. I am my own worst enemy, and I know it. There are days when the I get the food part down pat, and then there are days when I just don't care. So whether you're on WW, Atkins, Zone, South Beach, or counting calories, the struggles can be there no matter what program you decide to do.
What would be your number one advice to someone who is just starting their weight loss journey?
Be patient. Don't expect to drop Biggest Loser type numbers every week. It's not realistic, and it's not healthy. Just remember that it took a while to gain the weight, and it's going to take a while to lose it as well.
Lisa asked: What are your top 5 reasons for losing weight?
a) I want to be thin.
b) I want to shop in regular department stores and have clothes look great on me.
c) I'm sick of being the fat friend.
d) I want to be healthy.
e) I want to finally really live my life and not just exist anymore.
Starfire said... what do you think is different for us as bigger women when we start learning to run, and what advice would you give to other women for dealing with those things?
I'm not an overly experienced runner, but I will say that it is so important to pace yourself. I've gotten those overexertion pains in my side while running a 5K (which is the only time I ever actually run, I do not run any time else). Be aware of what your body is telling you. If you're in pain, stop and slow down for a minute. Let your body recover. And do not try to do much all at once. That will get you no where, believe me.
Floriana said... Has weight affected your love life and do you expect weight loss to result in changes on that front for you?
Of course it has. I haven't been in a relationship in forever. I also don't put myself out there at all, and it's because of my weight. The insecurities are right there because of my weight.
Will losing weight change that? I expect it to, but I don't at the same time. I've learned the hard way not to really expect anything, because then if it doesn't happen, you can't get disappointed about it. I can't explain it.
So there you go, my first edition of Ask Kelly Anything. I hope there will be enough questions for the 2nd edition (if there is one.)
Anywho, there you have it. Let me know what you guys think.
I did stay within my points today, and I got in all of my requirements. Total success, even without a workout.
Thanks so much for reading. And let's all make good choices.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
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I found these Arnold Flatbreads in my grocery store, and I just had to buy them and try them out. They come in different flavors, but I chose to get the Multigrain ones. I decided to make a little pizza with these. I added 2 tablespoons of regular tomato sauce, a little Italian seasoning, garlic powder, onion powder, and a part skim string cheese. I put it in my toaster oven for a little less than 10 minutes to just to melt the cheese & toast the bread. I took a picture of my dinner tonight because I thought I would spruce things up a bit on here. Here's what it looked like: