11 Wonderful 😁 Weight Loss Tips πŸ“ from Women Who Shed πŸ—‘ Major Pounds βš–οΈ ...

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It's no secret that losing weight is a hard journey.

But that's exactly what it is.

It's not going to happen overnight and it's not going to happen without putting in the work.

Sometimes, the dramatic weight loss of other women is a powerful motivator for reaching your own goals.

Each of these women has lost 100 or more pounds and are ready to give you the drive to lose the weight you want to lose.

Thank you to popsugar.co.uk for introducing us to these fabulous women.

1. Make Small Goals

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"I knew there would be times I would feel like quitting.2

But from the start, I adopted a 'Today I will do what I can' kind of attitude." This one-day-at-a-time kind of attitude is what helped Amanda lose 135 pounds.2

She claims there was no secret, no diet ...

just doing small things that added up.

"This went for exercise as well as eating habits.

I knew all my bad eating habits were not going to disappear overnight.

Slowly but surely, I made mental lists of things I was doing that were awful for my body and thought of ways to change them."2

2. Hold Yourself Accountable β€” Publicly

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While Charlene has about a dozen helpful tips for weight loss, one unique thing we admired was her accountability advice β€” blogging.

Maybe you're planning to document your journey on Instagram or another form of social media, but this idea of making your journey public can have some serious effects on your commitment.2

"I also use my blog persona on FBJFit.com to keep myself honest," said Charlene.

"I feel like my story has inspired and encouraged a lot of people and I feel a responsibility to walk the walk." Great job Charlene!

3. Portion Control

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Luz had been active her whole life, but it wasn't until she started controlling her food portions (during cancer treatment) that the weight started to come off. "I was a big eater β€” not a big sweets eater, but a big volume eater. My problem was always portion control, and I recognised that. I tried a lot of diets, but none of them would take. I've always worked out, but now I'm actually toning up very well." You look fantastic Luz!

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