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My names Emily. I'm 17. I wanna lose weight so that I can become more confident in myself and so that I am happy with myself. I'm losing weight the healthy way and I hope to be an inspiration for others :)


starting weight: 300 (11/30/12)
current weight: 296 (5/5/13)
goal weight one: 280
goal weight two: 250
goal weight three: 225
goal weight four: 200
goal weight five: 180
goal weight six: 150
final goal weight: 140

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5 May 13
natashasnaith:

Look at it this way

natashasnaith:

Look at it this way

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Reblogged: get-motivation

Posted: 11:19 AM

fit-tests:

Here’s to the people who get up every morning and drink a full glass of water, to the ones who keep their head up high when they’re having a bad day and still manage to go for a run. Here’s to the ones who look at themselves in the mirror and see no results but still get off their butts, grab their sneakers and work out. Don’t give up you’re almost there

Reblogged: adriftinanunchartedsea

Posted: 11:07 AM

salvagingsarah:

Healthy is not a weight. It’s not a diet. It’s not exercising 7 days a week and it’s not eating clean 7 days a week. And most of all, healthy is not the same for everyone.

Reblogged: runthepainaway

Posted: 11:06 AM

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Reblogged: imperfectatbest

16 April 13

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Posted: 12:50 PM

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Reblogged: every-decision-deactivated20130

Posted: 12:49 PM
muffintop-less:

Does your body take an inventory of the days’ calories at midnight and add weight right then and there?

No. Your body is constantly burning, metabolizing, and storing calories 24/7. If you eat too many calories at dinner, they aren’t suddenly stored at the stroke of midnight. Plus, you need to eat an excess of 3,500 calories (that you don’t burn off) to gain a pound, Palinski says.
Your body uses energy (i.e. calories) for all essential functions of life, including digestion and breathing, and these things don’t stop while you sleep. Any excesscalories you eat today might be burned off tomorrow, before you accumulate enough to gain any weight. FEED your body WELL!

muffintop-less:

Does your body take an inventory of the days’ calories at midnight and add weight right then and there?
No. Your body is constantly burning, metabolizing, and storing calories 24/7. If you eat too many calories at dinner, they aren’t suddenly stored at the stroke of midnight. Plus, you need to eat an excess of 3,500 calories (that you don’t burn off) to gain a pound, Palinski says.

Your body uses energy (i.e. calories) for all essential functions of life, including digestion and breathing, and these things don’t stop while you sleep. Any excesscalories you eat today might be burned off tomorrow, before you accumulate enough to gain any weight. FEED your body WELL!

Reblogged: emyleeislosingit

Posted: 12:48 PM

Reblogged: weightlossproblems

Posted: 12:47 PM

Reblogged: realityofhealthy

14 April 13

got a gym membership. yay :)

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh