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DETERMINEDLOSER
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1/2/13 8:25 P

I am making changes. One or two small changes at a time.



ITSGOT-TOGO
Posts: 2,420
1/2/13 6:06 P

I am making changes over time. For the next 2 weeks I am concentrating on getting back into exercise by walking everyday, also giving up the candy, no cake either or wine with dinner. I will log everything I eat, the good, bad and ugly, ha. I think this will give me a good start and then I shall plan the next 2 weeks emoticon I am taking baby steps as it has been so long since I have been accountable I need to take it slow and re-educate myself.
Jayne



CUSH1932
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1/2/13 5:55 P

small changes. going back to basics.



SECTION1RON
Posts: 4,771
1/2/13 5:18 P

Changes



JATILLEY
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1/2/13 4:31 P

I'm not sure what I'm doing... I made a promise to myself back in September that I'd lose 30 lbs in 6 months... I've gained 6. I'm going to a personal trainer 3 times a week.. and gaining. I know that it's the food I'm eating. I am hoping if I track my food now, it'll be easier.

my biggest challenge is finding healthy food that I enjoy. :/



TOMSGIRL9
Posts: 211
1/2/13 4:29 P

I haven't made a resolution for years, but this is I AM resolved to lose this weight - and keep it off for life.



LATANGELA03
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Posts: 200
1/2/13 2:11 P

changes



KRITTYGIRL67
Posts: 22
1/2/13 7:52 A

Changes. Resolutions scare me.




KKKAREN
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Posts: 11,536
1/2/13 6:27 A

no resolutions, the only change is to tighten up on my food measuring, I've been eye balling too much



HEALER1
Posts: 1,145
1/2/13 6:27 A

Just making better choices



BLUENOSE63
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1/2/13 6:24 A

Any changes I made in 2012 are now the way I live every day......



UGOGIRL2009
Posts: 700
1/2/13 6:07 A

A lifetime resolution to take better care of myself on a more regular basis....



TRYINGHARD54
Posts: 3,052
1/2/13 5:56 A

I dont make resolutions...so it will be changes



THROOPER62
Posts: 16,893
1/2/13 5:50 A

making changes



223DAISY
Posts: 1,777
1/2/13 5:48 A

Making Changes



CHB1020
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1/2/13 5:46 A

My resolution is to get rid of the negativity and resentment in my life. It weighs me down--literally and figuratively! I want to replace this with gratitutde and self love.

I also want to drop 20 pounds but I think my previous resolution is a lot more relevant and important!



LORBILENKIN
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1/2/13 5:30 A

i dont like making resolutions, prefer to say I am making changes.



MEANREDS92
Posts: 818
12/30/12 11:17 P

I suppose when you frame it that way, I'm hoping to make changes. I'm worried that I'm trying to do too much at once but we'll see.



FENWAYGIRL18
Posts: 5,849
12/30/12 6:56 P

no



LYNNJ1976
Posts: 448
12/30/12 6:47 P

Making changes.



JULIA1154
Posts: 1,782
12/30/12 6:38 P

I make changes - course corrections - periodically but the ending of one year and the beginning of another is a good time to do so.

Edited by: JULIA1154 at: 12/30/2012 (18:39)


DURANGOREDDOG
Posts: 2,103
12/30/12 4:38 P

I'm making positive changes - big ones, small ones, achievable ones.



LOUNMOUN
Posts: 1,244
12/30/12 3:53 P

I don't think big new year resolutions help me.
I make goals and changes periodically throughout the year. It feels more manageable and I don't see any reason to wait until a certain date to begin. January 1st isn't magical.



MARITIMER3
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12/30/12 3:41 P

I'm going back to square 1 and starting over.



SDGAMBLE
Posts: 637
12/30/12 3:40 P

I'm making resolutions.



MYUTMOST4HIM
Posts: 11,447
12/30/12 3:39 P

I don't make resolutions and I make changes all the time - the new year doesn't dictate that



HOLLYM48
Posts: 5,189
12/30/12 2:00 P

better choices for me too!




DIANET2
Posts: 8,126
12/30/12 1:58 P

making better choices



BANKER-CHUCK
Posts: 5,600
12/30/12 12:12 P

Making changes in food choices, exercise program and setting goals that are attainable. I have sone it before and ready to start again.



SMANISMELL
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12/30/12 12:03 P

My resolution is to get fit and healthy, and hopefully lose some weight in the process. My change is that I will exercise daily, something that I am not doing now.



FITGLAMGIRL
Posts: 2,035
12/30/12 12:03 P

I am not sure I am doing either since I haven't made my weight goal yet, but I guess I could call it progress!



BLISSFULL5
Posts: 133
12/30/12 10:04 A

Me personally,new year resolutions and diets do not work, changes and healthy eating do ;-))). I will be making changes next year and definatly healthy eating ;-)))



BUSYGRANNY5
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12/30/12 9:42 A

both



SLIMANDTONED
Posts: 1,964
12/30/12 9:38 A

Both,



DELRIO1
Posts: 5,201
12/30/12 9:36 A

good way of expressing it.



TCANNO
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Posts: 17,144
12/30/12 8:53 A

No sticking to what I am doing



STEELER71
Posts: 5,191
12/30/12 8:26 A

Making changes



CMCOLE
Posts: 2,667
12/30/12 8:09 A

I resolved (if that's the correct word) to make changes and get healthier last year, December 26th.

I've progressed, and continued to make changes through the year, adding or deleting menu items as necessary to continue to achieve healthy goals.

It's definitely a work in progress, but I wish to continue my journey toward health and wellness.

Even my hubby has made changes in his eating habits



IRISH421
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Posts: 284
12/30/12 7:16 A

Great ideas everyone.



PARKERB2
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12/29/12 11:57 A

changes



GRIZ1GIRL
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12/29/12 11:47 A

I don't set resolutions or goals or any life plans. I just try to take each day as it comes--and do the best I can in that moment. Some things I always do--like daily exercise. Rain or shine, weekend or weekday, it's the first thing I do. I'm off to the treadmill right now!



NIRERIN
Posts: 11,799
12/29/12 11:38 A

it really doesn't matter what you call them so long as you start working on them today.



KISSFAN1
Posts: 6,256
12/29/12 7:38 A

I guess mine are considered resolutions since I have my goals set as saving more money than the year before, maintainting my weight, etc.



DARJR50
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12/29/12 6:55 A

changes



IRISH421
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12/29/12 6:53 A

I have in the past made resolutions and of course broken every one of them. This year I'm not calling them resolutions they will be changes. While out on my mail route (I have a lot of time to think) I decided I was not going to wait until next year to start making my changes or commitments. I started that day when I got home! I have fallen off the change commitment a few times but I get right back on. After I get done here there is a chocolate candy tray that needs to be put away. I'm not going to throw it out but I am going to throw it in the freezer. (Just in case I have a severe chocolate attack). What are you going to do....Make a resolution or make changes?



 
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