I challenge YOU to better yourself.

Who’s up for a challenge?

I’ve been a yo-yo dieter for years now. I’ve tried everything from weight watchers to slim fast, slim pod, slimming world, crash diets, boot camp and even “magic” pills.
None of these worked for me because I felt like I couldn’t eat certain things. After a few days or weeks of eating like a rabbit I would give in and binge out on crap.

I’ve been feeling like I’m always going to be overweight, and for a while I’ve not really cared too much until recently when I saw some photos of myself at a family get together. I felt sick looking at how bad I’ve let myself down. I’m don’t just look big, I look unhealthy.

So the challenge…

I challenge anyone out there that wants to lose weight or improve their health to join me. I will be doing weekly posts to share my success and I’m inviting you to all leave your links so myself and everyone else can read your blogs. We can all encourage eachother.

Here are the 5 tricks you NEED to follow to successfully lose weight (and not go without your favourite foods!)
I run a Twitter account that I plan on sharing the best tips and tricks, and also motivation for all of us! Follow me over at www.twitter.com/missporkpie

I also run a Facebook group over at www.facebook.com/missporkpie – come along and join me in improving your health!

I am going to be using the hashtag #WeightlossWednesday – I hope you will all join me!

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10 Comments

  1. I was always very skinny. I always wanted to gain weight, until one day my metabolism slowed down and I gained a lot in 6 months. Now I am struggling to lose weight, haha. Who would have thought? So I am grateful for this challenge and maybe I can even motivate myself to join in 🙂

    1. I was slim before I had my little man and now I’m ready to slim down again!

      Come back and join in, even if it’s a slow and steady change, you’ll be thankful in the long run xx

  2. I have had similar thoughts. But I don’t anymore. I will be healthier and must realize that if I want to maintain I will have to workout every single (or alternating) day of the rest of my life.

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