I have lost a total of 25 pounds so far. I AM SUPER PSYCHED. I took pictures of myself when I first started dieting so I can see my progress. I took one back picture, one front picture, and one profile picture (of me in my undies so they definitely will not be posted here, haha) and I can already see a difference. Nothing huge, but my stomach is definitely smaller. I can’t wear my rings anymore because they are too big (I could probably get away with wearing them for awhile longer but if I swing my arms hard enough they will go flying, and I like my rings and don’t want to lose them) and I wore a pair of pants on the weekend I spent at my sister’s and I kept having to hike them up because they were too big.
How did people diet before the Internet was invented? If I didn’t have apps to help keep track of my calories and exercise, I wouldn’t be able to do this. MyFitnessPal and RunKeeper, I love you. I will admit that MFP is not the most accurate when it comes to calories sometimes, but I love the social aspect of it so I keep using it.
I forgot everything else I intended to write about, so I’ll just go and watch The Hobbit now.