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Quick One--All the Deets on My Weight Loss Journey

Hey all! Just a short one to let you know that since I received quite a few emails about my post on weight loss, I decided it needed its very own page at the top of my blog! Click on the tab "Weight Loss Journey" if you're one of the people interested in the details, workouts, and eating habits that got me to my goal weight.


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  1. Thanks for putting your height- I hate it when people put weights down without them!

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  2. I agree. Thanks for putting your height. It helps! Thank you for sharing your fitness/food.

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  3. Great idea. I was wondering how tall you are as well.

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  4. I really enjoyed reading your story. I was actually in a very similar situation. It was not until I saw a picture of me in a bathing suit that I realized that I was....lets just say a little chubs! Awesome Job and you look great!
    Sarah

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  5. I totally agree about the height!

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  6. I think your weight loss success SURELY warranted a page of it's own and your story will help inspire so many people. Great page and I think it's commendable of you to be so open and honest in sharing. :)

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  7. Thank you for the post. It's really inspiring to hear how others have gotten healthier.

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  8. This is awesome! I love a good weight loss stoy :D

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  9. You are adorable. Love the picture!

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  10. Great job on your weight loss/fitness journey! Though I think your "before" pic looks better than my "after" lol!

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  11. Yay for adding this to the blog. It's inspiring :)

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  12. Great stuff!! I like your weight loss story. Really very inspiring.

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