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sfoster95’s Diet Profile

Joined on January 6th, 2009

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About Me:

I have been struggling with my weight since I was 23, I am tired of struggling and want to get my life back. I am a uterine cancer survivor and that right there should be the motivation I need to do this, but I still need help staying focused and motivated and on track. I am hoping to make lots of life long friends here as we begin on this journey of better health together.

I make Bath & Body products. I also decorate cakes and while recovering from my cancer surgery I started making jewelery. I also do quite a bit of graphic design work including, website and logo design.
I am DONE........
DONE being embarrassed to go out
DONE being unhealthy
DONE being ashamed of my size
DONE being the FAT GIRL!!!

"Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going." Jim Ryun, American Athlete

"Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could." Ralph Waldo Emerson

The goals I'm working toward:

  • Getting rid of 134 more pounds
  • Achieving a healthy BMI
  • Vegas for my 40th Birthday

I haven't felt comfortable with my weight since:

1989 when I was a size 11 and weighed approx. 150lbs.

My favorite healthy food:

Strawberries or almost any kind of fruit.

My guiltiest pleasure:

Cheesecake
Ice Cream

I'm inspired to live a healthy life because:

I want to be able to take my nephew and nieces on amusement park rides.
I want to be able to fit into an airplane seat and put the tray table down.
I want to be able to have a lap again.

Healthy habits that work for me:

  • Tracking my calories every day.
  • Burn 500-1000 calories a day 5x week.
  • 96oz minimum a day

My favorite activity at the gym is:

Water aerobics

The accomplishments I'm most proud of:

  • Got rid of 49lbs in 2008
  • I can walk 2 miles nonstop in 45 minutes
  • I can jog in the pool for 2 hours nonstop