What I Do Not to Be Fat
Lisa Shanahan

I’m beginning to find out that I do best with weight loss if I have a very strict regiment of the same foods day after day as well. At least it’s a lot easier that way. I find when my meals are all over the place in terms of “variety” it is a lot easier to overeat or miscount how much you are actually eating.

If you don’t mind me asking, what type of exercising do you do on a daily basis? I used to walk for 2 hours a day and it helped me lose 30lbs but I’ve lost my groove in that. I’m now walking again but only doing about 30 mins to an hour with body training as a supplement.

I just want to say thank you! This post has definitely helped! For me weight gain seems to be one of the biggest “no nos” or fears in my life all the time, which when I think about it, must seem silly to those on the outside, but it’s terrifying for me. So much so that even when I have lost weight I can’t “see” the smaller me… brain only sees the “fat”. Changing perspectives is difficult! Glad to see I’m not the only one with this fear.

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