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ONLINEASLLOU SparkPoints: (55,596)
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1/31/11 5:45 P

I hope the weigh-in goes (or went) well. It sounds like you have learned a lot of important lessons this week that will provide you with a great foundation for long term success.

I see your goals are similar to mine. My fantasy is to get to 125 pounds, but I would be very happy to get to 160 by the time of my SP anniversary next Fall. I have learned that by putting my long-term goal on my little turtle tracker, I don't see enough progress from week to week to spur me onward. I do better when I track (and celebrate) smaller, short term goals and can see my success every time I post.

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Edited by: ONLINEASLLOU at: 1/31/2011 (17:49)
CASSIOEPIA Posts: 18,092
1/31/11 8:47 A

Good luck with your weigh in. You have learned a lot of stuff in the first week!

You go girl!

ARS7770 Posts: 161
1/30/11 10:37 P

Good luck JOANDICKSON3! You can do it!!

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JOANDICKSON3 SparkPoints: (3,309)
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1/30/11 9:25 P

Things I have learned this week. I don't miss smoking as much as I thought I would! I like more fruits and vegetables than I realized. I have muscles I haven't used in years. I have lost my coordination! lol!! I have had to relearn how to jump rope. I like Zumba (another coordination test I failed, but I'm working on). I need to exercise in the morning because by afternoon and evening, I start dreading the thought. Two MGD 64's twice a week is the most I am going to drink for a while. Sex burns 364 calories an hour! It's hard to drink eight 8 oz glasses of water a day, but I have! Still have to pee constantly. :-( The amount of food on my meal plan is frightening large.

Tomorrow (Monday Jan 31 2011) I have my first weigh in and I am terrified. Wish me luck!

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