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  1. So we all know the typical mom cliche is after becoming a mom, you all of a sudden "let yourself go". Well for me, I started letting myself go about 6 years ago (I'm only 26 years old) before I was a mom . Before I let my circumstances overcome me and indulged in food to eat my sorrows away, I was a young hot sexy woman! After getting married, literally right after, our marriage took a hit and I was taken back by the circumstance and eventually became depressed and started eating my feelings and lots and lots of food. I am 5'8" and at the time weighed 140lbs. I gained a whopping 120lbs (45lbs
  2. I decided to start running recently after I got tired of avoiding mirrors and using headaches as an excuse to keep my husband on his side of the bed at night. I have an athletic body build and most of my life I've been just fine with how I looked. During my pregnancy I gained 50lbs and everyone kept telling me it'll melt off once you have the baby and you'll bounce right back. Well bounce back I did not. It has now been almost 11 months since our daughter was born and I have maintained most of the weight I gained when I was 9 months pregnant. So I decided to actually do something about it. I'
  3. I decided to start running recently after I got tired of avoiding mirrors and using headaches as an excuse to keep my husband on his side of the bed at night. I have an athletic body build and most of my life I've been just fine with how I looked. During my pregnancy I gained 50lbs and everyone kept telling me it'll melt off once you have the baby and you'll bounce right back. Well bounce back I did not. It has now been almost 11 months since our daughter was born and I have maintained most of the weight I gained when I was 9 months pregnant. So I decided to actually do something about it. I'
  4. I decided to start running recently after I got tired of avoiding mirrors and using headaches as an excuse to keep my husband on his side of the bed at night. I have an athletic body build and most of my life I've been just fine with how I looked. During my pregnancy I gained 50lbs and everyone kept telling me it'll melt off once you have the baby and you'll bounce right back. Well bounce back I did not. It has now been almost 11 months since our daughter was born and I have maintained most of the weight I gained when I was 9 months pregnant. So I decided to actually do something about it. I'
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