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PINKHOPE Posts: 25,765
12/27/12 10:19 P

Welcome to Sparkpeople!

This is a great place to get healthy! There are so many tools, resources, and encouraging people to help you on your journey to "Health & Fitness". Be sure to poke around the site and try the nutrition and fitness trackers, Spark Recipes, Daily Spark, health articles, and secrets.

Joining a team will help you meet like-minded people that share similar life situations or goals. Be sure to read member blogs as there is a wealth of information there. You can start with one of mine:

www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_journal_
individual.asp?blog_id=5113604


If you have further questions or just want to chat, stop by my Sparkpage or send me a Sparkmail. Just click on the button under my profile picture on the left.

Press On!
Suzanne


Suzanne - Central Kentucky
Beyond the Scale Admin
BTS - Pink Pirate Captain
BLC14-23 Sapphire - Co-Cap, Captain & Admin

I've lost 111 pounds on Sparkpeople.
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urnal_individual.asp?blog_id=5495129


The destination is not optional!

BEYOND THE SCALE
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FIT4MEIN2013 SparkPoints: (132,375)
Fitness Minutes: (95,511)
Posts: 4,972
12/27/12 8:34 P

emoticon Fitness is a gift that we give ourselves. emoticon

Jaynee-Pacific Time Goal reached with 130# loss, 138# total loss

Exercise, eat, track, repeat!!

MEESHMEREDITH Posts: 3
12/27/12 8:22 P

Hello all-

I used Sparkpeople back in 2004/2005 and successfully lost 45 lbs. Unfortunately, marriage, two kids and one diagnosis of hypothyroidism later, and I've gained it all back...plus 10. Unfortunately, since the hypothyroidism diagnosis, I've had a heck of a time losing weight at all. My doctor assures me that my medication dosage is correct, and I have stopped gaining rapidly, as I was before I started the meds, so I'm going to have to find a way to lose it on my own. I'm also looking ahead to my 30th birthday this year, and I really want to be healthier for that. So, while I'd love to lose 30-50 lbs, I'm going to try not to obsess about the number on the scale and just stick to keeping my calories in check and exercising 30-45 minutes every day. Is anyone else dealing with a thyroid condition that makes it hard to lose? Any tips?

-Michelle


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