The summer schedule is gone, and now onto my fall schedule. Yeah! Back to some normalcy. For me, it was hard to have a lot of consistency with my exercise during the summer; the food part was not so hard to control. I can now put less focus on my children and now more on what I still have to accomplish, which is to continue good eating habits and to rev up my exercise.

It's hard to believe that it has been about seven months since I started this program. Wow! That is a good feeling—to think about the commitment that I have made and how it is really paying off, not just in the physical part, but most of all the mental side of it. I didn't realize how I carried myself. I thought of myself as a pretty outgoing person, but I feel now it shows even more.

The other thing is I don't think about my weight as often as I use to. I guess by that I mean when I am in public, it is not the first thing that I think people are looking at. Not that I am not feeling some insecurities and not that I don't still have work to do, but at least its not the first thing on my mind. See, like I said, baby steps and one day at a time.


As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.


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