Happy New Year, everybody, Antoni here and I am really ecstatic to show you all how far I have come when I did this -ber month weight loss project. In September, I began at 14 stone 1.76 lbs (197.76 lbs or 89.7 kg). Now, I am down to 12 stone 8.38 lbs (176.38 lbs or 80 kg), thus achieving my one-and-a-half-stone (21-pound or 9.525-kilogram) weight loss. Sure, I weighed lesser than that a few days ago, and I did go through moments of weakness. However, I have always reminded myself that any weight lost is much better than any weight regained, which is progress in of itself. I am glad that I am opening the new year with a new me, as the fringe benefits have been on show. The collared shirt that I have at the fourth picture fits me so much better than when I first wore it five to six years ago. That was given to me by my flatmate’s sister in Toronto when I visited their place on Christmas Eve six years ago. It was initially a challenge to get that shirt on because the bulges were still conspicuous. Now that I am on my way to a healthier weight, i.e. 11 stone 3 lbs (157 lbs or 71.4 kg), the shirt fits me really well to the point where there is still some space left and I am so proud of myself for being below the obesity mark. Sure, I am still clinically overweight, but I am not going to stop until all the weight melts off me for good. I also have to keep reminding myself that my weight loss is not just about looking and feeling better about myself. It is also about my personal health and how much I need to be fit for myself and for my friends and family. I need to continue to set an example for my nieces and nephews that they do not have to end up looking as big as I was, but they need to eat healthily and lead an actively productive lifestyle. Gluing the health and appearance aspects of my weight loss is the confidence aspect. Losing all this excess weight has also given me the greatest boosts in confidence I have ever had and I feel better about myself knowing that I do not need to overeat to feel better about myself. I have kicked my comfort eating habits to the curb. I have bade farewell to my mindless snacking. I have even told all fears and insecurities to vamoose and never come back. Therefore, I am never going back to my old ways and I can see a healthier, brighter, and greater future with more independence and mobility thanks to the stones and pounds or kilos being all shed away for good and for all. The old adage of being a new year and a new me does keep repeating. Nonetheless, it continues to ring true, as I continue to make sure that all of the excess pounds melt right off from me and say hello to a brand new me. Losing weight has made me feel better about myself, gain a whole lot more vitality to boost my health, and made me blessed to know that self love and self care should be my greatest priorities in every aspect of my life. I hope you all enjoyed this, I wish you all a happy and healthy New Year, and I will see you in the next submission. Take care, stay safe, and Happy New Year, everybody.
The Winter Season has arrived once more which calls for another holiday video. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
The countdown to the New Year begins with a grizzly tale from The Squeam Screen centering around twin boys who are vastly different in character, a magic mirror, and a clairvoyant gypsy woman with her prosthetic eye of crystal. Enjoy my lookback and let me know your opinions as well.
My most esteemed Animax. A channel I have been loving ever since I was a 12-year-old sixth-grader and whose catchy and fun Christmas commercial has been ingrained in my mind, heart, and soul when I was a 15-year-old high school freshman. Enjoy my tribute and let me know your opinions as well.
I take myself back to 2005 when I was a 13-year-old seventh-grader enjoying this commercial in all of its holiday cheer. To this day, as a 28-year-old university student, I can still cherish this fun Cartoon Network holiday commercial with all my being. Enjoy my tribute and let me know your opinions as well.
James bond never had this trouble… https://www.bitchute.com/video/G2XvVyJi7mX6/
Let us all gather by the fireplace and listen to what twelve lovely Christmas stories Grandma has conjured in this sweet short film by Bill Plympton. Enjoy my review and let me know your opinions as well.
Whenever I think of good old Nickelodeon holiday nostalgia, I always think of these series of fun and comforting commercials which have kept me thoroughly entertained when I was a tween of ten. Enjoy my tribute and let me know your opinions as well.
Ah, Static Shock. This was more than just another teen superhero show, as its holiday special has proven with flying colors, urgency, poignancy, and deep compassion. Enjoy my tribute and let me know your opinions as well.
Batman: The Brave and The Bold’s Christmas special taught me to give cynicism the boot, to stop doubting, to hold on to faith, and to find the good in not only this episode but also in this entire animated incarnation of The Caped Crusader. Enjoy my tribute and let me know your opinions as well.