You will even out eventually. i didn’t start seeing a difference in my body until about 6 or 7 months in. Be patient. It took you a long time to get where you were, and it will take awhile to get where you want to be.
I remember the last time I drank so vividly that I still get nauseas when I think about it. I do not want to be “that girl” ever again.
You look AMAZING!
Wow girl!! amazing!!
Thank you @Ashley_Sampson. You’re right I’ll take it one day at a time . I have to work on my motivation to build up a healthier life including healthy food and being more active. I’m still feeling a bit low but I hope so too @StevieTee that when the weather is getting warmer I go out for longer walks and get my bicycle ready . Thank you for encouraging me
Feeling a bit low of energy recently but I want to be back to gym this week. I’ll start small steps. Thank you!
Yessss! sobriety looks a.ma.zing on you!
You look amazing!
Looking healthy and happy.
Left: Two weeks before sobriety, 250lbs
Right: Today, 193 days sober, 205lbs
Way to go! Keep it up!
Thank you. It’s been a lot of work, but well worth it.
Clearly! I’m far too lazy to work out.
Amazing @Bayern315, well done!
Exercise played a big part, but the biggest was nutrition. Just eating right. Everyone can start there.
I eat exceptionally well, except for the candy at the salon that i keep “for the kids”. Still a chubby girl.
Wow! You look great! I guess I gained weight but still look healthier than before and I’ve seen so many changes in my life that a photograph couldn’t express. I found my university ID from 6 years ago and I compared it to my actual ID (the 2nd pic is from when I’ve got 6 months sober)
Donuts are my kryptonite and they’re always available at work.
That is great! Your skin looks better, definitely!