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Melanie: I am a work in progress

Something crazy has happened! I have become a person that enjoys going to the gym. I never thought in a million years I would feel this way. I really enjoy the gym because of Lisa and the girls and also because of how I feel after a workout. When I get to exercise in the morning, I feel happier and have more energy the rest of the day. I love being active and until this competition I didn’t realize how much sitting on my butt I was doing. I can talk long walks now without getting out of breath and it is just a very good feeling. I also am trying my best to watch what I am eating. I am still struggling with breaking my eating habits. I have been using food for comfort for almost all of my life. It has definitely gotten better but stress eating is something I need to work on. If I have a bad day at work or just in general, I want something fattening and mentally I feel like I am making myself feel better. I know that this is not the answer to relieve my stress. I am proud of the changes I have made so far but I am a work in progress. I really do not want this competition to ever end, it is one of the best things that has ever happened to me! :)

Posted in: Melanie Frantz, Week 7

One Response to Melanie: I am a work in progress

  1. Linda says:

    Way to go Melanie! Wonderful attitude! Isn’t it amazing you can change your whole attitude in such a short time? Old habits are hard to break, I know. With determination you’ll do it, though. You know that eating what isn’t healthy is not the solution, but it feels so good FOR THE MOMENT. Then the happy feeling goes away and you get mad that you fell of plan. Just remember this – if HUNGER isn’t the problem, then FOOD isn’t the solution! You can do this – even when the competition ends – then you will be in competition with yourself and the thinner, healthier you will be the winner.

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