I weight about the same in both of these pictures, but everything else is oh so different....
In the first pic my body confidence was rock bottom, I had a Mum-tum, no shape, no waste, I carried a lot of weight on my bum and thighs, my arms were flabby and I had no muscle tone what so ever. I did zero exercise. I'd lost some weight since having kids, mainly through yo-yo crash dieting and full of processed food, and as soon as I even looked at food I'd put weight back on.
In the second pic, I weigh nearly exactly the same as the first, but I'm 2 dress sizes smaller. I have a flat stomach (and sometimes abs!), I have muscle tone, I have a bum, and no bingo wings, and strong toned legs. I exercise 4 or 5 times a week for around 40 mins. I eat healthy about 70% of the time, but keep balance with the foods and drinks I love (ie cake and wine!), and I eat MORE than I did in the first pic. But the biggest change... i feel confident in my own skin, and I'm not ashamed to admit it.
Friends, my point is this... Change is hard. Even if you're not happy with how you are now, changing what you do will require you to get out of your comfort zone, and that is one of the hardest things to do. Learning how to eat a healthy balanced diet is easy. Learning how to do the right exercise is easy. But making yourself get out of the comfort zone to do those things is SO hard. I know, trust me, I know. But you can do it, if you want it badly enough. - 1 hour ago