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GOOSIEMOON SparkPoints: (196,789)
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11/9/13 5:54 P


"Don't let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use."

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AMSTERDAM10 Posts: 33
11/9/13 10:33 A

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You sound just like me:) I need to cut back more too. Problem is I love to eat everything, and everything appears to be a trigger! LOL.

After counting my blessings, the extra pounds don't seem that important. I can do this.
UUSUZANNE SparkPoints: (55,225)
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11/8/13 2:28 P

I have been using the nutrition tracker (in the sense that I have been tracking what I eat); what it is telling me is that I am eating too much. I've cut back quite a bit but need to cut back more. Working on that now. Cooking helps!

ECCOVISION1 SparkPoints: (18,943)
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11/8/13 2:03 P

Congratulations for losing an inch from both the waist and hips!

MCFHARPIST SparkPoints: (41,761)
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11/8/13 12:40 A

UUSUZANNE, if you can incorporate the Nutrition Tracker into your life, you will see unbelievable results. Learn it, love it, live it. Once you become familiar with it, and use it the way God intended, you will start dropping the weight. PLUS, when you combine the Nutrition Tracker with the exercise that you are currently doing, you're gonna absolutely love the results.

Spark on, my friend!

Eliminate "I will try". Replace with "I will".
You are now ready to succeed.
Let's go.
11/7/13 8:17 A

emoticon It's funny how it sort of sneaks up on you, isn't it? Congratulations on your motivation to keep exercising - it really makes a difference. Keep up the good work!

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OLGA18 SparkPoints: (12,478)
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11/7/13 3:46 A

That's great! I think measuring is the way to go the scale only tells a number that fluctuates often whether you have lost or not.
Yay for you!!!!

IGSBETH SparkPoints: (137,870)
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11/6/13 4:58 P

Way to go!

PATTISTAMPS SparkPoints: (74,836)
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11/6/13 2:02 P

Good for you! All victories are not on the scale! Keep that exercise going, and try measuring and tracking your food to get the weight loss going. I have that problem too... I love food and it must love me judging by the way it clings to me! LOL Keep that Spark burning.


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UUSUZANNE SparkPoints: (55,225)
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11/6/13 10:23 A

Since I started this particular phase of my weight loss/control saga, I've increased my exercise considerably, but food has been more problematic. I haven't lost any weight, although I am getting much stronger, and I didn't really notice my clothes fitting any differently, either. But today I measured myself for the first time since August, and I've lost at least an inch from both my waist and hips! I put on a quarter inch on my neck, but it's skinny (the only part of me that is!) so maybe that's muscle.

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