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KATIEMC1229 Posts: 479
7/28/13 8:53 A

My victory sounds like a small one, but it was big to me! We went to Cheddar's last night for dinner with family and I ordered grilled catfish, green beans, and edamame. And it was GOOD!!

WATERDIAMONDS Posts: 14,777
7/28/13 7:47 A

exercising despite allergy exhaustion

KEEPGOINGEMILY SparkPoints: (20,164)
Fitness Minutes: (10,436)
Posts: 675
7/27/13 4:56 P

My victory today is having courage to try lifting a heavier dumb-bell to push myself harder during my workout!

LOVEAZ Posts: 2,298
7/27/13 2:54 A

Not eating fast food for dinner one day. Ready to make that two.

ANNE_BRANTLEY Posts: 37
7/26/13 11:15 A

Good job guys! My little one is to not overcompensate when the scale didn't show a big enough loss this week. :)

CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
7/26/13 7:43 A

Baking for a church sale and not eating any of it

LADYCROFT7 SparkPoints: (14,095)
Fitness Minutes: (16,537)
Posts: 86
7/25/13 1:33 P

We all know that baby steps lead to big accomplishments, both of which are something to be proud of. Could be anything that you've worked hard at. My small one was only eating part of the calzone I had (and not the entire bready area emoticon ) and my large one was breaking my plateau by 4lbs at my weekly weigh in emoticon emoticon

What was your victory?

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