I'm Jane. I'm a little over five feet tall.
I'm here for me. I want to get rid of a few pounds.


These are my goals.
HW : 188
LW: 142
CW: 164
GW 1: 160
GW 2: 150
GW 3: 140
GW 4: 130
GW 5: 120
GW 6: 110
UGW: 100
I have a long way to go.


 

23 Weeks Pregnant.

It’s weird for me to come on here. I haven’t been on here for a while. I am 23 weeks pregnant tomorrow. I’m having the hardest time gaining weight and my OB keeps yelling at me.

It’s weird how things like that happen. I really am just afraid of gaining weight. I eat when I’m hungry and that’s about it.

Hopefully that means that it’ll be easier to lose the weight after I have the baby.

I keep wondering if I will actually come back to this after, some days I think yes, while others…I think of how healthy I would like to be, but it is really hard to be.

:/

11 Weeks

As of this Sunday I was 11 weeks pregnant.

I have no clue what I’m doing.

I’m having a hard time not throwing up almost everyday, and the odd part is, I don’t WANT to throw up anymore.

The food in my body is feeling my baby.

It helps my baby grow.

I feel horrible everytime I throw up, when a few months ago I would have dreamed of throwing up this much. It’s odd how things change.

fitandhealthyforlifee:

skinnysun:


What they did not want you to ever find out is that your generation, the generation born between 1980-1995, actually outnumbers the Baby Boomers. They knew that if you ever turned your eye towards political reform, you could change the world. They tried to keep you sated on vapid television shows and vapid music. They cut off your education and fed you brain candy. They took away your music and gave you Top Ten pop stations. They cut off your art and replaced it with endless reality shows for you to plug into, hoping you would sit quietly by as they ran the world. We as a society are only as strong as our weakest link. Give ‘em hell, kids. 

reblogging again

amen.

fitandhealthyforlifee:

skinnysun:

What they did not want you to ever find out is that your generation, the generation born between 1980-1995, actually outnumbers the Baby Boomers. They knew that if you ever turned your eye towards political reform, you could change the world. They tried to keep you sated on vapid television shows and vapid music. They cut off your education and fed you brain candy. They took away your music and gave you Top Ten pop stations. They cut off your art and replaced it with endless reality shows for you to plug into, hoping you would sit quietly by as they ran the world. We as a society are only as strong as our weakest link. Give ‘em hell, kids. 

reblogging again

amen.

(Source: katedanley)