My weight loss journey begins!

Starting tomorrow, I will be documenting my journey through weight loss on my blog, so you can expect a lot of posts to do with the topic.

I hope some of you will follow along, I’ve been on this journey many times, but this time I’m very serious about it.

I just want to shift the extra pounds! I’m going to do everything in my power to do just that.

Rejoining slimming world is the first step!

I’m doing it on my own, I will go in the evening, at 5:30, until 7 PM!

This is something that I am doing just for me!

I’ve decided to post about it on facebook and on my email groups and my blog.

If I can inspire someone thats great, if you just want to read about my journey, thats cool too!

The first post will come after I get home from slimming world tomorrow!

So watch this space!

My plan is to be real, raw and very honest about my ups and downs.

I’m determined to succeed!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

14 thoughts on “My weight loss journey begins!”

  1. My one suggestion: stay off the scale. I know that sounds counterproductive; but, think about how your mind lies to you with those numbers. Things like documenting meal choices, careful planning, reflecting on how you feel, keep a consistent exercise routine.. those are positive. When it comes to losing weight the body seems to put more on because it becomes muscle and those numbers can be really discouraging.

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