Roxanne C.

Love these changing goals. I want to feel thin, and healthy and fit into lots of old clothes that I have! I'm trying the db10 currently to reach my final goal weight, but may re-evaluate after that as well! One step, er pound at a time! :)

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Favorite Health Food: Fruit! In moderation of course.

Favorite Sinful Food: Cheese & Chocolate, and vice versa!

My Preferred Method of Exercise: Zumba+ fun activities everyday if needed

Fitness/Exercise Apps: MyFitnessPal, Blogilates

Fitness Devices: I don't use a device

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What defines you?
by - 11/19/2014 9:27AM

Today I want to talk about a couple things I've been experiencing. Some of you may have experienced ... Read More ›

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Samantha W.

I think it's very good to think about and discuss thing sort of things. I have noticed that I feel a lot better about my body when I exercise then when I diet, even though the scale doesn't change much or at all (I have a hard time doing both simultaneously). Sometimes when I am exercising a lot I think I have an inflated sense of how good I look, ha!

I also think that clothes should be made to fit human bodies, not the other way around. Every person's body is so different so even if you get smaller, you might still not look good in a certain thing. For instance, I've sort of come to the conclusion that I will never look good in a mini skirt. It's just not me, and wouldn't be flattering for me. Some women pull it off great. Just a thought...

Also, I'd like to touch on this Body Dismorphic Disorder. I think as a culture we all suffer from this to some extent (except made a lucky few). I think it's great to be aware of this and try to love our bodies no matter what.


Great thoughts. No, our weight does not define us, but it can disguise us.
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by - 07/16/2014 8:20AM

In January, I weighed more than I'd ever weighed before. Way more than my heaviest.  I was binging. ... Read More ›

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You are learning a lot and doing great!!! It is good to have goals to work towards. I like to say just keep on keepin on!!!

Happy Girl

Unfortunately, I think of myself as the "fat girl" in the pictures too. I don't want to be. Half the time I think I don't like a picture, simply because i'm in it. Isn't that terrible? I don't feel beautiful or confident. I feel fat and ugly. Therefore, I need to hide. But, since I started this DB. I have decided- no more hiding. No more being the fat ugly girl in pictures with the double chin, big stomach and small boobs. I will love myself and look great in the end. Thanks for your help! =)