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ELISSITA1203 Posts: 33
6/18/13 11:38 A

Hi Liz - I'm interested in joining a small group for motivation. I'm also 30, single, work full time, grad school part time plus trying to have a social life while going to the gym and eating healthy. Did you create the group yet?

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6/18/13 11:21 A



Yes being overwhelmed is difficult and motivation is needed for us all...

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6/18/13 9:38 A

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6/17/13 11:09 P

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6/12/13 2:28 P

Hi! My name is Liz and I'm fairly new here. It's hard to stay motivated to "lose" or push yourself hard enough to do that. I think that the best way to be motivated, or at least the only thing I haven't tried yet, is a SMALL GROUP.

I really want to start a SparkTeam of a handful of ladies from all parts of life. Preferably ladies who are very busy and can relate to that. I hope to start this SparkTeam to share our struggles, thoughts, goals, celebrations, ideas for workouts and recipes... and getting to know each other a bit so we can keep each other more accountable.

Does that sound good to any of y'all? Reply if so! I really want to see if this works!

(A little bit more about me: I'm a full-time 30 year old married woman who keeps busy attempting to work out...do housework...help husband through school...take care of cats...and somehow fit in freetime for me and friends).

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