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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?

PINK4YOUTOO Posts: 508
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

Welcome to SparkPeople. lots of great tools on this site and the blogs and teams are great.

Your encouragement is greatly appreciated!
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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).

Check out my recipe website if interested in various recipes (healthy AND non-healthy):
www.gatherwhiskrepeat.com
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