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Found this gem last night! LOL Crazy how this was just 2014 and Shawn's first trip to the Columbus Zoo! I had fun that day and remember Shawn's little face when the gorilla's came out. He was in such awe of them! It is hard to believe that was little. LOL Love his sweet cheeks!! 😍😍😍😍

I didn't think much about it, but after looking at this picture I was like WOW...Really Rebecca? Is that seriously you? 🤔

I do remember having some back pain on the long walk we did that day. It was brutal on me and I do recall thinking man, this is rough! But I still did nothing to fix my health. What in the world was I thinking...maybe stuck in denial!? LOL

Actually I know exactly what I was thinking...I was too scared to leave the comfort zone, because it was all too easy there. I mean come on...we all know it is easy to sit on a couch and watch Netflix all the time and eat all the junk food, right?

But you know what...that day at the zoo was hard, and it was just ONE day!! Living day in and day out like that is much harder!! I will choose what I am doing NOW, because I might sweat a lot and work my muscles, but you best believe this chick will not struggle with her weight anymore.

I will not allow my old ways to come back. I will, however; enjoy the life I have been given to the fullest!! I will no longer take it for granted and no longer waste it like I did before! There is so much to do and see, and the only way to do that is if your butt is off the couch! Just saying!

Yes I had to give up my old eating habits...I mean who else eats entire pizzas, ice cream, and all the chocolate, with no consequences? It doesn't happen folks...If you want change, you got to work for it.

I earned that picture on the right and although it took me 9 months to drop the 40 lbs. and 26.5 inches I wouldn't trade it for anything. I have maintained my weight for a while now (almost 2 years)!! I got my life back and I still have some pizza and ice cream on occasion, but NOTHING in the amounts I was having before.

Change isn't a bad thing. I learned from my book today that we FEED FEAR TIME. That is right...we feed it time. The longer we take and hesitate at something the bigger the FEAR grows. You know how freaking true this is?? Got something you don't want to do, so you just keep putting it off? Yeah you are feeding that fear time so get on with it! LOL That is what I learned today! 😮😳

FEAR is just an emotion...and more than likely what you fear will never rip it off like a band aid and do what has been holding yourself back!

It is amazing what you can find when you go digging plus what you can learn from personal development! LOL

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