My name is Krystle Lane* I am in my early 20′s and this blog is dedicated to tracking my progress in my weightloss journey
Ever since I was a little girl I was always the “chubby” one. I always had a “bigger” built than other kids my age. It was mostly because of my bone structure. I inherited my father’s big bones specially around the torso area. Although I was very active during my childhood, I remained “fat”. A lot of people would call me “tabachingching” or in english “little-fat-kid“. This was hard printed in my mind that I was overweight, and was furthermore reinforced by my father who would always call me obese (even when I wasn’t clinically so). Deep inside I got very depressed about this but I never told anyone. On top of the name calling, when I hit puberty my breasts began to grow! I had he biggest boobs in my school, bigger than the highschoolers at the time. I got so self concious that I resorted to slouching in order to hide them.
I’ve tried to “lose weight” before but to no avail. I did not have the will power, or the determination to do so. I felt that I was going to be stuck like this forever.
My turning point was several different things altogether. First of all my breakup with my ex got me “semi” started on this journey but of course that was not enough. I merely just stopped eating food but gorged on junk. Then one day. My Aunt invited me to go out with her. I reached in my closet to pick one of my favourite outfits, but alas, when I put it on the blouse did not fit me properly. I looked like a holiday ham tied up tightly with string. I was going to pop out! I tried my other shirts and dresses, but non of them fit me. I got so frustrated I started to cry. I looked at myself in the mirror and saw that I really WAS FAT! 147 1/2 pounds. The heaviest I have ever been. Since I am only 5’0 in height, that number is pretty much bordering obesity. I cried and cried and swore to myself that things had to change. I told myself that being FAT Ends right then and there.
So I started to look online for inspiration and I ended up looking at Thinspiration and blogs of the same suite and I was hooked. I felt from within me that “This is it!” I set up my blog and everything else. Read health magazines and articles online and the likes.
This blog is by far the best tool for me in losing weight because I get to track everything pertaining to my weight loss.
So stay tuned to my blog!
Be inspired and thinspired!
*not real name