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TONISTRELEC Posts: 2,738
2/1/12 8:36 A


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2/1/12 12:46 A

WOO HOO! You inspire me:)

TAMPATINK67 Posts: 3,800
1/31/12 9:16 P

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BELLALUCIA Posts: 3,451
1/31/12 8:09 P

You rock!

I came, I saw, I conquered.

Veni, Vidi, Vici---Julius Caesar
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1/31/12 3:40 P

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PATTISTAMPS SparkPoints: (74,836)
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1/3/12 12:46 P

Congratulations! that is a great accomplishment, especially with the holidays! Keep that Spark burning, and continue your healthy new lifestyle! and give yourself a big emoticon


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TONISTRELEC Posts: 2,738
1/3/12 10:29 A


LOVEXAVIE SparkPoints: (37,274)
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1/3/12 10:01 A

Wow!!!! I am bowled over - to do what you did under those circumstances gives me hope & encouragement that anything can be done.
So happy for you. You must feel incredible and should be so proud.

1/3/12 8:25 A

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Kim 5'10 stay at home mom


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Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.

MYADOG1 SparkPoints: (11,844)
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1/2/12 10:22 P

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Stop, Breathe, Relax, Choose
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1/2/12 10:42 A


MAGGIEVAN SparkPoints: (202,757)
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1/2/12 2:02 A

Good on you. It is fantastic!

Maggie from Auckland the City of Sails in New Zealand.

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DWELLS1994 Posts: 1,664
1/1/12 11:07 P

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1/1/12 9:22 P

Congratulations! That's amazing!


What is really hard, and really amazing, is giving up on being perfect and beginning the work of becoming yourself. --Anna Quindlen
JAS1990 Posts: 684
1/1/12 7:04 P

That's awesome, congratulations :D

1/1/12 6:42 P

That's great!!! :D :D :D

I think that choosing January 1st just might have been a blessing, as it kept you on track over the holidays. That is QUITE a feat! :)

Once you are done dancing and cheering(!!!), I definitely recommend joining one of the maintenance teams. Maintenance is a whole different (but fun!) animal.

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living an active lifestyle & working on setting a maintenance range
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1/1/12 4:55 P

When I set my weight loss goal, I set the target date as today: 1/1/12. Many times along the journey I have questioned the wisdom of that decision. It meant that I had to keep making good choices, or at least reasonable splurges throughout the holidays. To top it off, I knew that I would have to take the last 10 days of my journey either being a guest at someone else's house, or having company in my home, with little or no access to the internet. I borrowed my neighbor's scale last night, so I would have it to weigh in first thing this morning. Last night, it looked like it might be hopeful. This morning, I discovered that I not only reached my weight loss goal, but I left an extra 1.8 pounds behind. I'm very relieved and excited. I really was not at all convinced that I would make it through the last couple weeks without the accountability and support that I'm used to. Woohoo!! I did it!!!

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