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TULABIND SparkPoints: (1,670)
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3/6/11 6:47 P

This I will be doing. Thanks so much

BERRIMOUSE Posts: 1,170
3/6/11 6:37 P

Track your food, keep a journal and read blogs and use the motivation page.

JOAN_HEO Posts: 3,145
3/6/11 5:52 P

Read the articles on the motivation page. They are amazing. When I get feeling sorry for myself, that's where I head!

TULABIND SparkPoints: (1,670)
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3/6/11 2:04 P

Thanks Jeff,and I agree we sure do

MULEDOGGIE SparkPoints: (53,409)
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3/6/11 1:32 P

Slow but steady. Slow but steady. Keep going with SP whether you feel like it or not. One good thing about being "older": we know how to persevere, right?

Jeff

TULABIND SparkPoints: (1,670)
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3/6/11 10:14 A

Thank you. I will certainly do that

TULABIND SparkPoints: (1,670)
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3/6/11 7:55 A

I have finally pulled out and dusted off the treadmill.
I am 65 wt.205 and 5ft. gotta get started. Looking for very beginner's tips on staying motivated.

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