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MSKIZ69 SparkPoints: (442,686)
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9/29/13 9:28 P

I agree with JENNILACEY--even start 10 minutes a day even if it is just walking around your house for those minutes-resolve to drink less soda and more water. Small steps lead to big changes! emoticon

HOTTIE41465 Posts: 113
9/29/13 9:16 P

Set up something to work towards. For instance if you lose 5 lbs, maybe a reward like a fitness mag subscription or getting your nails done, loosing 20 lbs, a new dress or shoes.

JENNILACEY SparkPoints: (81,723)
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9/29/13 7:44 P

Don't "diet". Set small goals that over time lead to a healthier lifestyle. Find a type of exercise that you enjoy doing. Start with 10 minutes a day and begin increasing the duration and intensity as you become more fit.

Edited by: JENNILACEY at: 9/29/2013 (19:45)
MEOWMEEEOW SparkPoints: (49,345)
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9/29/13 7:40 P

Pick one tiny goal. Do it every day. Cheer for yourself. When it's part of your routine, add another one.

MOMOFSPICEGIRL Posts: 19
9/29/13 6:01 P

I need some help on staying motivated on dieting and exercise. I have no motivation it seems. I will diet one day then next day not so much. As far as exercise goes, well, have not even started that yet, but do want to. Any suggestions?

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