Courtney W.

Because I'm trying to be 29 and fine this summer. And to prove some people wrong, TBH, lol.

Quick Facts

Favorite Health Food: Veggies- all of em

Favorite Sinful Food: Birthday Cake

My Preferred Method of Exercise: Lots of Sweat

My Approach to Weight Loss: Get up, show up, work out!

My Diet Plan: I don't follow a plan

Fitness/Exercise Apps: MyFitnessPal

Fitness Devices: I don't use a device

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TIME PERIOD: All 60-Days 30-Days
Unofficial Weigh-InVerified Weigh-InDietBet Runner-UpDietBet WinnerRound WinnerRound Runner-Up
+1.5% Since last weigh-in
+1.5% 1-Month Change
-1.9% Lifetime Change

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by - 04/20/2015 10:29AM

I am a former athlete, and I love to play sports...but I hate competition.   It's true. Every year, ... Read More ›

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Les

What a wonderful and kind post:) This is a phenomenal community - thanks for being part of it!

GlampingGal

I agree that it's very important to take the time for some useful navel-gazing and find out who we are, what motivates us, what makes us tick. It helps to ensure that the changes we make a sustainable long term and will lead to success.
Clean up your eating, clean up your life
by - 04/12/2015 9:28AM

Like a lot of folks out there, I'm an emotional eater. It doesn't really matter what the emotion is,... Read More ›

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GlampingGal

Courtney, I used to let everything bother me like that too. Then at some point I realized that the people around me weren't letting my actions bother them all that much. That led me to believe that it was okay for me to do the same. I started to focus on my own actions rather than my reaction to other people's actions. Not so easy to do, but it's easier on the emotions. Along the way I have learned to accept that other people are responsible for their own actions, and I have some choice about how to react to them. I'd like to think that I've managed to find a nice balance now but it's been a long journey. Good luck!
The best intentions...
by - 04/09/2015 11:17AM

I woke up with the best intentions...I woke up on time, I prayed, picked out a decent outfit--even d... Read More ›

Elizabeth Y.

These are great victories!!!!! I struggle with the same thing when I go out, 2/3 servings later, I'm kicking myself. Well no more!!! Thanks for the inspiration

GlampingGal

Celebrate the little victories that will lead you to the big ones!