A few weeks ago, I stood in front of my bedroom mirror and saw the condition of my life staring back at me.
Just a little extra pudge on my arms, more on my stomach and some on my thighs, too. A little overweight at 167 on a 5-foot-7-inch frame — but still much thinner than I had been in my late 20s.
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At 33, she feels her weight is just OK. Her life is just OK.And she wants MORE.
Follow Daphne on Twitter and in Tuesday Accent
Daphne Duret will be updating her fitness journey over the next five weeks in Tuesday Accent. And you can follow her on Twitter: @dd_writes, where she’ll provide diet and exercise tips, recipes and words of inspiration that are motivating her to go from “OK” to “fantastic.”