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Nearing the end of the 5K on May 19, 2012. I did it again in May 2014--FASTER!





Skiing at Breckenridge in Feb. 2014.





Enjoying the football game (Go, WIsconsin Badgers!!) with my hubby. We beat Rutgers!!



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Looking toward 2015--Looking good and feeling better!

My goal for 2015 is not a resolution but rather a theme--I want to look good and feel better! I have a family reunion coming up (parents 60th wedding anniversary) and a 40th class reunion and I want to look FAB!

I am maintaining--although I am still trying to find the place where I can eat and exercise and keep my weight stable. I need to lose some weight (so much for maintaining!) and then I hope that I'll "stay put" lower than my 145-147 goal. Regardless of weight, I'm in size ...
My goal for 2015 is not a resolution but rather a theme--I want to look good and feel better! I have a family reunion coming up (parents 60th wedding anniversary) and a 40th class reunion and I want to look FAB!

I am maintaining--although I am still trying to find the place where I can eat and exercise and keep my weight stable. I need to lose some weight (so much for maintaining!) and then I hope that I'll "stay put" lower than my 145-147 goal. Regardless of weight, I'm in size 10 instead of 16!

I will continue to follow my healthy habits, watch my food intake and maintain--that's the goal! I have a Y membership till mid-Feb and will be using the pool a lot -- they have some nice aqua aerobics classes!

I am a leader in the 5% Challenge on my team and active in one other team--that is about all I can keep up with!
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Member Since: 6/19/2009

SparkPoints: 185,930

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My Goals:

to get below 150 and stay there.--hopefully below 145.

to look and feel much younger than my years!

to motivate my husband to join me in exercising

My Program:
I am doing an ST class 3 days a week and also doing a walk or run 3 days a week at a minimum. I am focused on 7K steps per day until the weather improves--then back to 10K steps--I HAVE to be intentional about exercise to do that!

I am tracking my food and learning more about what to cook and how much! My "diet" is lots of veggies, protein and complex carbs!

Personal Information:
I live in NJ with my hubby of 35 years. I have 3 DDs.

I have run 2 5Ks this year--that was my goal and I met it! I have one personal best and one improvement over previous time on that 5K. Hubby ran the latest one with me!

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KKINNEA
1/26/2015 7:26:14 PM

Thanks for your comment on my page for my Daisy day!



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TINAJANE76
1/24/2015 7:26:58 AM

Wow, Dianne, your weight range is almost identical to mine! I tend to hover around 152-153 in winter and can occasionally get down to around 150 if I'm really making what I consider to be a strong effort. Then once May hits, three or four pounds seem to just drop off without me making any changes, so if I'm working harder, as I normally do in the summer, I can get down to about 145 and that's where I know I absolutely bottom out. Perhaps I need to give myself a summertime range of 145-150 and a wintertime range of 150-155 since that seems to be where I hover. Now I just need my brain to get comfortable with that idea since always striving to be under 150 doesn't seem to be realistic given the amount of effort and level of discipline I'm willing (or not willing) to put into all this.



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PIXIE-LICIOUS
1/22/2015 8:41:36 AM

“The whole idea of motivation is a trap. Forget motivation.
Just do it. Exercise, lose weight, test your blood sugar, or
whatever. Do it without motivation. And then, guess what?
After you start doing the thing, that's when the motivation
comes and makes it easy for you to keep on doing it.”
-John C. Maxwell
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Thank you for commenting on my blog, "Day 20 Of My 90 Day Challenge." I appreciate the support!




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HICIM705
1/20/2015 5:42:19 AM

emoticon for your emoticon for my 'Leader in the Spotlight' day! I had no idea that it was my 'special day' (notifications are usually sent out at night) until I signed onto SparkPeople the next morning!

I appreciate you stopping by my page!!! emoticon



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ISAKITTEN
1/18/2015 1:06:42 PM

Thanks for stopping by my page. I grew up in Tomah, I know where New Lisbon is, Not to far from where I was. I left WI at 19 but then I went back again inn 2008 and left again in 2012....But will always be a Packer fan



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