My new revelation! Change is happening right now!

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

I feel like a light switch has been turned. Things I have been struggling with all of a sudden seem a bit easier to conquer. Here's why....

Wow, after being awe-inspired by watching Adam Lambert on American Idol last night, I came to a realization, which basically, was right in front of me all this time. I guess I just needed to change my perspective.

Anyway, I have decided to stop making excuses for what I don't have or what conditions arent' right for me to lose weight, and to just start making use of what I do have.

What does Adam have to do with this eye-opener...? Well, it's simple... he is extremely talented, handsome, humble, and living his dreams. Also, he sang the final song for the winner called No Boundaries, which is what I have been living in. So, if
Adam can be happy and live his life, why do I deserve to stay a loser? The only kind of loser I want to be is a FAT-loser!

One more thing, in my 7th & 8th grade classes, we are talking about paradigms (pair-a-dimes_ or perspectives about ourselves and our lives, and choices. I guess, since I need to practice what I preach, I should look at my own life choices.

p.s. I am actually getting hooked on the nutrition tracker, especially since I can actually add food that I have eaten. It's like getting your grades or test results back to see how much fat, carbs, and protien that you had for the day! WoOt, WoOt!
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    Thank you bareader. I really don't know how to blog, so I hope my comment posts somewhere in or near the right spot, lol. I am so hooked on the nutrition tracker. I have been more regular about inputting the food I eat, and it is amazing... I never knew just how much fat, carbs, protiens, etc. I was consuming. This makes it easy to pinpoint which meal of the day I need to improve, as well as when I overeat. I love it. By the way, you have a great sparkpage. emoticon
    4455 days ago
    The nutrition tracker is the best tool on Sparkpeople, at least in my opinion. It's immediate feed back and it really keeps me focused and on track. I know I could not have lost 24 lbs. since January without it. It is a real eye opener, some foods had so many more calories than I would have thought, plus you can see how quickly the calories add up.
    4456 days ago
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