This is a Diet Blog to keep track of my battle against flabs and my own ego.



20 year old working girl who is struggling to balance the odd requirements of her job+life along with the principles of health that she strives for.

Join me again as I start over.

Email me: journeyofafatgirl@yahoo.com

CW: 200 lbs
Height: 5'2




Disclaimer: Photos posted aren't mine unless said otherwise

6th February 2014

Photo reblogged from You have all the weapons you need, now fight. with 226 notes

i-will-lose-weight-motivation:

Just motivate yourself to start

i-will-lose-weight-motivation:

Just motivate yourself to start

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6th February 2014

Photo reblogged from My Trainer Tiffany with 2,351 notes

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4th February 2014

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Miss me? Not sure if anyone even noticed I was gone

3rd February 2014

Photo reblogged from Let's do this. with 948 notes

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3rd February 2014

Photo reblogged from MOVE YOUR BODY with 1,846 notes

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27th January 2014

Photo reblogged from Fitting In To Stand Out with 822 notes

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27th January 2014

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iwillgetasixpack:

Active fitblr.

iwillgetasixpack:

Active fitblr.

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27th January 2014

Photo reblogged from Get Motivated with 150,768 notes

flashe-s:

therealbarbielifts:

eatcleanmakechanges:

i-will-get-lean:

lordstilllovesme:

#transformationtuesday I understand that some of you may think I look better on the left. I completely understand that, but I would have to firmly disagree. Considering I weighed in at 98 lbs this morning, I felt it was time for a progress picture. The girl on the left would go on five mile runs and half hour elliptical sessions every day. The girl on the left would eat an apple, a cup of oatmeal, and buckets of coffee a day, thinking that that would be enough to sustain a healthy lifestyle. The girl on the left hid away in her bedroom looking up recipes on Pinterest that she knew she would never recreate. The girl on the left made her mom throw up from heartbreak when she stepped on the scale and showed her mom how low her weight had gotten. The girl on the left made her family miserable. The girl on the left threw a tantrum when her mom asked her to have a glass of milk. The girl on the left stuffed food into her socks when her parents were not looking. The girl on the left was dying. I never want to be the girl on the left again. Today, I am the girl on the right. The girl on the right laughs and smiles. The girl on the right goes out to the movies with her mom. The girl on the right participates in the dinner conversation. The girl on the right challenges herself everyday. The girl on the right gets to eat pints of ice cream. The girl on the right has a future. The girl on the right is going to fall in love and have kids one day. The girl on the right is who I choose to be. The girl on the right is who I choose to be every day for the rest of my life. I am not weight restored, but I think I look pretty damn good. I can HONESTLY say I like how my body looks in the second picture better than in the first. Just look at the facial difference. And am I fat? ABSOLUTELY NOT. I am getting healthy! I will never go back to the girl on the left.

I am in tears

Stop scrolling and read this

Perfect

This is so inspiring and perfect. YOU are perfect.

flashe-s:

therealbarbielifts:

eatcleanmakechanges:

i-will-get-lean:

lordstilllovesme:

#transformationtuesday I understand that some of you may think I look better on the left. I completely understand that, but I would have to firmly disagree. Considering I weighed in at 98 lbs this morning, I felt it was time for a progress picture. The girl on the left would go on five mile runs and half hour elliptical sessions every day. The girl on the left would eat an apple, a cup of oatmeal, and buckets of coffee a day, thinking that that would be enough to sustain a healthy lifestyle. The girl on the left hid away in her bedroom looking up recipes on Pinterest that she knew she would never recreate. The girl on the left made her mom throw up from heartbreak when she stepped on the scale and showed her mom how low her weight had gotten. The girl on the left made her family miserable. The girl on the left threw a tantrum when her mom asked her to have a glass of milk. The girl on the left stuffed food into her socks when her parents were not looking. The girl on the left was dying. I never want to be the girl on the left again. Today, I am the girl on the right. The girl on the right laughs and smiles. The girl on the right goes out to the movies with her mom. The girl on the right participates in the dinner conversation. The girl on the right challenges herself everyday. The girl on the right gets to eat pints of ice cream. The girl on the right has a future. The girl on the right is going to fall in love and have kids one day. The girl on the right is who I choose to be. The girl on the right is who I choose to be every day for the rest of my life. I am not weight restored, but I think I look pretty damn good. I can HONESTLY say I like how my body looks in the second picture better than in the first. Just look at the facial difference. And am I fat? ABSOLUTELY NOT. I am getting healthy! I will never go back to the girl on the left.

I am in tears

Stop scrolling and read this

Perfect

This is so inspiring and perfect. YOU are perfect.

Source: lordstilllovesme

27th January 2014

Photo reblogged from Motivation to be healthy with 1,849 notes

fitness-dumbbells:

acceleratedfitness:

do work

Xx

fitness-dumbbells:

acceleratedfitness:

do work

Xx

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27th January 2014

Photo reblogged from Healthy Living with 7,706 notes

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