do a clear out of sugar, it's like an addictive monster.
MAMA_CD...count your blessings! "To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift.” www.mamaCD.org
10/14/13 4:47 P
Thank you! I am an emotional eater and losing my grandmother has just about put me in a diabetic coma! My grandmother was #1 in my life. I haven't even began to deal with the loss, not really sure how. I still can't even think about her without crying. It's been 5 months, but feels like yesterday. She was so happy when I got healthy and lost the weight before and would hate to see me so miserable. I have to get better for her and for me!
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Welcome Back!!!! You’ve made a wonderful resolution in continuing your journey! “Fall down seven times, get up eight.” - Japanese Proverb Celebrate we will!
I am sorry to hear about the loss you have suffered! I definitely have a sweet tooth too and it seems like the hardest thing for me to control. I wish you all the best getting back on the wagon and losing the lbs! Hope the journey brings you happiness!
"The more difficulties one has to encounter, within and without, the more significant and the higher in inspiration his/her life will be." Horace Bushnell
10/14/13 3:34 P
Wow, just logged in and noticed that I really haven't lost any weight since May 2013. I cut all forms of sugar and grains for 30 days in June and felt fantastic. Then when I started eating sugar again I went down hill. I've been consuming LARGE amounts of chocolate/sugary stuff everyday, barely eating any vegetables, and not exercising AT ALL. There was a time in my life when I would work out almost 7 days a week. I weighed 145lbs and I had energy through the roof. In 2.5 years I've managed to gain almost 100lbs back and a slug exercises more than I do. I love to lift weights, but now don't even have the energy to get out of bed in the morning. I have had a lot of loss in my life this year and depression that followed isn't helping. I'm seriously frustrated but have set a goal to be back to my FIT self by the 30th birthday. I turn 29 in November, so I have a year to kick myself in the butt. I hope that I can keep up with spark and get some motivation. First things first..I have to get rid of this sugar addiction. whew.
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