Most of my life, I could eat what I wanted, not exercise and remain thin. And then I couldn’t.
I’m five foot three and have been 110 pounds and 166 pounds. I’ve lost 35 pounds and kept it off for years. After the last five years of working my rear end off only to regain everything I lost, I recently received a diagnosis of Hashimoto’s disease (hypothyroid).
Having been that “naturally thin” girl, learning to cope with my body’s changes has been a learning process and frustrating. Now that I’m being treated for a disease that has made progress impossible, I am recommitting. It is Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014. Let’s do this thing!
For those who are interested, I’m also a writer and have another blog dedicated to musings that have nothing to do with weight loss. You can explore the rest of my garbled brain at An Unexplored Wilderness.