Progress Pics.

285 Pounds. How I met my in-laws for the very first time. My never going back picture.

Christmas time in the Florida Keys. 285 pounds dressed in all black in 85 degree weather. Notice the pan of stuffing directly in front of me. The sight of this picture makes me cringe.

Feeling like the fattest person on the entire ship. 285 pounds.

The night before my life change started.

After about a week of eating right and working out I started taking a lot of pictures. This one is probably 280 pounds.

My weight has always shown in my stomach. 280 lbs.

Starting to see more progress. Around 270 lbs.

265 pounds.

260 pounds. Ignore the dirty mirror!

Still 260 but out and being active!

245 pounds.

240 pounds.

230 pounds. My arms started getting a lot smaller.

225 pounds.

215 pounds.

285 vs 203. The lowest I have been in the past decade.

203 and loving life.

Back up to 215.

Where I am now 220-230 ish range and DESPERATE to get into onederland.

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47 responses to “Progress Pics.

  1. Michelle Halsell

    You are doing AMAZING!! Keep up the good work, you will be in the hundreds in no time 🙂

  2. so inspiring!!!

  3. I went from 306lbs to 235lbs within five months of weight loss surgery. Keep up the good work you deserve a difference!

  4. Just seen your blog after you commented on mine. Wow you look amazing at 220 ish, now weight. Your face is glowing!!!! I’m gonna have a good read through your blog and catch up on your story. Keep going girl 😀

  5. You look great! Such an inspiration!

  6. I am very impressed with your story. I follow you on fb and I love looking at your Florida pics you post. You are doing awesome, just keep going! I will be reading your blog and cheering for you all the way from Tennessee!

  7. Wow – your pictures are amazing! Keep up the good work and I look forward to reading your blog!

  8. You can (and are) doing it. All the best!!!

  9. Looking forward to reading along and following your journey!

  10. well done you are such an inspiration 🙂

  11. Thanks for sharing all of this in your blog. It’s always inspiring to know I’m not alone! Looking forward to more updates!

  12. You are beautiful AND inspiring!

  13. So pretty! Looking forward to seeing the continuing journey.

    • It would be interesting to see stats on cannabis usage broken down by IQ. Anyone who thinks only people with dolueb-digit IQs smoke weed obviously didn't go to a very good university.

  14. You are beautiful, inspiring and motivating! I am so glad I found your blog!

  15. You’re such a beauty! I really look forward to following your story. Health is so important and so liberating when you find your equilibrium. You’re such an inspiration!

  16. Nice progress….keep it up 🙂

  17. That is alot you’ve lost so far! Good for you! I am also on the road to losing about 100 lbs. (just wieghed in last week at the starting point 245…blegh…)

    I’m cutting out carbs and fast food. But I’m finding that cutting out carbs pretty much eliminates fast food by default.

    Your doing great! Keep it up!

  18. You are looking AMAZING! What an inspiration. You can do it!

  19. Glad you found me so I could find YOU! Keep up the hard work girl!! It’s all worth if like you said above you’re “loving life!” You rock!

  20. You are beautiful! I know you can reach your goals. Totally backing you. 🙂

  21. Congratulations! You ARE a success and I am sure your success will grow and grow. I look forward to seeing you along the way.

  22. Awesome! Well deserving of the Top 100 Most Inspirational Weight Loss Blogger award. Good luck with your mission.

  23. You have kicked sweet ass girl…I am right there with you. My lowest was 208, and then I ballooned up to 275. I am not stuck between 218-224. UGH….We will get there!!! I love following your posts… Get healthy girl!

  24. Great job! I admire your dedication to reaching your goal. Keep it up.

  25. Your statement about failing on purpose and never giving yourself a chance to succeed resonated with me so much that I wrote it down. I now try to think about that before I do my 30 day shred workout so that I can remind myself that today-right now-in this moment, I AM giving myself a chance to succeed. I am choosing to rise above my biggest obstacle– myself.

    Thank you for your honesty.

  26. wow you´re photos are amazing, great job girl!

  27. Onederland is almost there – you can do it!

  28. What in impressive journey you’re on. I’m just starting my journey to better health. Thanks for sharing and inspiring me. (even the hiccups along the way, for those make you human.)

  29. You are looking great! I know you can do it!

  30. Absolutely motivational.

  31. i stumbled across your page when I was researching Nutrisystem. your story sounds just like mine! I drink too much and then end up eating a lot, mostly restaurant/fast food. It’s a cycle i need to break but it’s so difficult. I am the heaviest I’ve ever been and looking to make a change. you are an inspiration! thanks for sharing your story:)

    Lisa

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