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A little short recap of my "dieting" life. I remember getting very self concious about my weight in the 8th or 9th grade. I hit an all time high of 170 in the 9th grade and went on the atkins diet and lost 30 pounds in i believe 2 1/2 months. I was very strict, but saw results. I couldn't stay on it and over time have regained back to 165.

I was engaged and moved to Oklahoma, broke that off and am back in Hobbs, NM. I am a certified diamondtologist, but there is no work like that for me in an oil field town... so I began waitressing. All of that walking around has brought me down to 155 or so... and I still eat whatever I want. My body is comfortable here but I am not. I don't like my little gut, my legs, my arms. I figure you are only this young once... I want to enjoy every minute of it and not let my weight get in the way.

My schedule is hectic since I am in school purisng a business major and work all the time. I have fallen off the horse my fair share of times, but I will get there and the healthy way!

I love dancing, jewelry, motorcycles (my own personal one hopefully will be purchased in July), and being around people! Unlike a lot of people, I enjoy working (I have my bad days) but am overall an active person. My weight is the last piece of the puzzle I feel!

I really need a partner I can e-mail daily and has similar struggles as me.

Member Since: 6/4/2007

Fitness Minutes: 31

My Goals:
I want to finally feel confident with my physical appearance!

My Program:
Cutting portions and getting active. Journal entries and being accountable for eating.

Personal Information:
Live in New Mexico

Other Information:
Nothing tastes better than feeling skinny!

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