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DENRNAJ SparkPoints: (86,877)
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10/11/12 5:37 A

I'd like to read more......

Make it happen- just one step at a time!
JIBBIE49 Posts: 61,066
7/30/12 12:36 A

emoticon Glad this worked for you.

PRIMALMICHAEL Posts: 3,846
7/29/12 3:39 P

I'm at the end of what ended up being a six month experiment in listening to my body.

Since I'm coming to the end of the experiment, I'm feeling the need to recap where I've been and take a look at what's next. I'm going to use this journal to write about the experience in the hopes that during the writing, my new direction / next experiment / new chapter will occur to me or present itself.

I didn't start out to experiment for 6 months, I planned 90 days. The experiment process, however, was so successful for me that I expanded it and it just kept teaching me what worked best. After 6 months, I feel that I have really found what works best for me and I've made so much progress and change, that it has become effortless.

I now remain healthy and continue to lose weight, without working at it.

It's supposed to be work though, right? That may be why I'm looking for what to do next. I may need a new challenge. Can't I just be happy that this is easy? Apparently not. Perhaps I need to overcome that feeling, but I don't think I'm ready to do so. I think I want a physical challenge. If losing weight and being healthy is no longer a challenge, then I think it's time to turn it up, take things to a new level, and find a challenge to add to my healthful lifestyle.

"Your weight loss goals are every bit as important as those of a world-class athlete." Mike Kramer, Spark Staff

"Your weight ticker isn't going to change until you do." MICLWILDE
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