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TONISTRELEC Posts: 2,738
2/20/12 12:49 P

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NSTARSMITH Posts: 3,650
2/20/12 10:58 A

Oh yeah, way to go! I would suggest you join the Community Team and reach out to newcomers and folks who sound like they are struggling now and then. That helps me now that I am in Stage Four. I want to challenge myself more with weekly goals - I was using household and work goals but realize I need to refocus on my health issues and food and nutrition again to polish up my Spark program. I also re-read The Spark and did the Bonus on-line program for readers of The Spark. Keep on rolling!

KODDO12 SparkPoints: (0)
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Posts: 207
2/20/12 9:16 A

way to go

MAGGIEVAN SparkPoints: (203,879)
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Posts: 47,567
2/19/12 7:22 P

It means you have learned a lot, know that weight is NOT defining you and that being healthy and happy is very important since you are more than a number on a scale. Keep on doing what you are doing. Get more active with Spark Challenges and reach out to other people just starting their journey. You can do it.

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LORILEEPAGE SparkPoints: (74,925)
Fitness Minutes: (68,817)
Posts: 1,942
2/19/12 4:46 P

It took me 11 weeks in Stage 3, but I finally got the courage to be committed to growing in my goal setting and to be more active in sparking others along the way, so I moved on to Stage 4. I haven't arrived at my goal weight yet, but I did achieve my goal BF%. I don't want to slack off now that I've reached that goal, because that would undermine my ability to reach my goal weight. I have 12 pounds to go. Any advice for this Stage or any insights into what it will mean for my journey?

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