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BILL60
Posts: 237,018
4/27/13 6:25 P

Welcome to SP. I wish you the very best in your quest for a healthier you.



SCRAPPINPOLLY
SparkPoints: (83,133)
Fitness Minutes: (63,560)
Posts: 4,458
4/27/13 11:23 A

Hi and welcome to Spark People!! This is an awesome place for support and inspiration! Jump right in and make yourself at home! Take it one day at a time and good luck to you!

You say no when you've reached rock bottom! That's when I had to get there.



PINKHOPE
Posts: 25,715
4/25/13 2:56 P


Welcome to Sparkpeople!

I want to congratulate you on making this journey. I began my own journey a few years ago and though my pace has been slow I have lost over 100 pounds! You can have success too!

This is a great place to get healthy! There are so many tools, resources, and encouraging people to help you on your journey to "Health & Fitness". Be sure to poke around the site and try the nutrition and fitness trackers, Spark Recipes, Daily Spark, health articles, and secrets.

Joining a team will help you meet like-minded people that share similar life situations or goals. You can join mine to start. I share many helpful tips, recipes and insights from my own journey so you too can benefit. The DAILY CHAT section has lots of helps.

www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_individ
ual.asp?gid=50151


Be sure to read member blogs as there is a wealth of information there. You can start with one of mine:

www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_journal_
individual.asp?blog_id=5334837


If you have further questions or just want to chat, stop by my Sparkpage or send me a Sparkmail. Just click on the button under my profile picture on the left.

Press On!
Suzanne

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JAMBABY0
Posts: 12,726
4/20/13 8:03 P

Hi and welcome. So glad you are here to make a change! I see you have a lot of knows but I see no yeses. Get familiar with everything here and join some teams. Teams are good for motivation, support and accountability. I have added some links to teams I think will help you on your way. Please don't think i'm pushy and good luck on your journey

www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_individ
ual.asp?gid=29904


www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_individ
ual.asp?gid=11014


www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_individ
ual.asp?gid=11533




LIVINHEALTHY9
SparkPoints: (184,015)
Fitness Minutes: (143,651)
Posts: 11,889
4/20/13 8:02 P

Welcome!

Great way to tackle the "No's" You can do it!



KATBRAGG130
SparkPoints: (1,690)
Fitness Minutes: (490)
Posts: 41
4/20/13 4:42 P

No "starting tomorrow," or "waiting until after the holiday/birthday/weekend/day that ends in y."
No feeling sorry for myself or deprived.
No excuses that I can't exercise because I'm in a wheelchair or eat healthy foods because I have Crohn's or blaming the overeating on asthma medications.
No claiming confusion because of all the contradictory health articles and diets.
No saying I have to have a certain kind of food in my kitchen before I start, no saying I can't afford healthy foods.
No buying and taking weird supplements looking for a miracle.
No saying it's too late because I'm over 50.
No saying food relaxes me so I can sleep.
No getting take-out because I don't have the energy to cook.
No saying it's ok to make cookies/cakes/fried something because I will only eat a little.




 
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