Making a Withdrawal

The biggest thing I learned during this time of shrinking was the concept that losing weight was a lot like keeping a bank account. 

 

To keep a bank account you have to make sure you’re putting more money in than you’re taking out.  If you don’t, you’ll become overdrawn and in serious debt. 

 

The same is true with our bodies.  To lose weight we just have to make sure we’re working off more than we’re putting in.  Knowing your calorie intake and out-take is the fastest way to success.  Check out this resource  and this resource to help you become more knowledgeable. 

 

I pray these tips have helped at least some of you out there.  I know how tough it is to carry around extra weight.  I know what it’s like to feel like you’re wearing a fat suit you wish you could just take off.  It’s not who we are.  It’s what we’ve allowed the world to add to us.  I hope and pray we find the strength to realize who we really are and then become it. 

3 Responses to “Making a Withdrawal”

  • “It’s not who we are. It’s what we’ve allowed the world to add to us. I hope and pray we find the strength to realize who we really are and then become it. ”
    Speechless.

  • Nicole says:

    Good one!

  • Katie says:

    I remember when we were talking to Paul at breakfast one time and he laid it out like this. It was so simple and it was like I say it all click in your mind. Not soon after that is when you started running like a mad woman every morning, which was the start of your battle. I’m so proud of you!

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