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This is not my happy face

In 2013 I was as heavy as I am now. I lost 4 stone and swore I wouldn’t let myself get that heavy again. And yet here I am. I have eaten my way through a rough couple of years and it shows. I thought I had stopped using food as a crutch but I was wrong. I thought keeping up the exercise would be easy but I let it slide all the same. I bought lovely new clothes for my slimmer figure and can’t get into any of them.

BUT I am trying to be positive.

I know for a fact that I can lose weight because I’ve done it before. And I am going to do it again.

Last time I tried to vlog about my journey but chickened out (I hate the sound of my own voice) but I’m thinking about giving it another go.

Maybe.

A photo will do for now. Not happy… tired from a 4:30am start and have just got the kids to bed. I should be getting some steps in but just want to veg out.




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