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Heather

I'm a 40-something married mom of two boys. I never had trouble with weight until I had my second son. I'm trying to get back to my "feel good" weight.

We live in Colorado, and being outdoors in this area is like my religion. I love being outside in the sun - but I work full-time in an office, and it seems that my lunch hours are either spent running errands (too far to walk). My goal is to run more often than not on my lunch hour, and possibly even commute on my bike (best ...
I'm a 40-something married mom of two boys. I never had trouble with weight until I had my second son. I'm trying to get back to my "feel good" weight.

We live in Colorado, and being outdoors in this area is like my religion. I love being outside in the sun - but I work full-time in an office, and it seems that my lunch hours are either spent running errands (too far to walk). My goal is to run more often than not on my lunch hour, and possibly even commute on my bike (best Craig's List find EVER).
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Member Since: 7/12/2007

SparkPoints: 735

Fitness Minutes: 182

My Goals:
My goal is to lose 25-30 pounds.

I'm simplifying my life - shedding unneeded weight, as well as clutter and financial things. I'm all about keeping it simple.

My Program:
Running, bike riding. Hopefully both with the kids. Stop eating so much at night after work. Hiking when I don't drive on Jeep runs.

Personal Information:
I've never had to struggle with my weight prior to my second son. It's daunting and overwhelming and a bummer. It took me a long time to actually SEE what's going on in the mirror.

I think I jacked my system up when my husband was in Japan ('99-'00) and I couldn't eat (made me nauseous) and all I consumed was Dr. Pepper. I got down to 119. He came home, everything was better and I got back up to my normal of 130 or so. Then I got pregnant with my second son...and it's been downhill (or, upscale) from there.

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"People who weigh themselves every day are, on average, seven to eight pounds lighter than those who don't, says Robert Jeffery Ph.D., an epidemiologist and an obesity expert at the University of Minnesota, in Minneapolis. Tracking your weight allows you to cut back on meals or step up activity if you notice the needle rising. 'Pay attention when it gets to about three pounds above what it was before,' says Deborah Tate, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist at the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. A recent study followed that 314 successful dieters over 18 months found that when participants weighed themselves each day, most could avoid regaining more than five pounds." - Excerpt from an article in Real Simple magazine, July 2007 issue

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GLAMNGLOWDIVA
6/6/2012 1:04:18 PM

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Welcome to the Denver Team!!! It's always good to see a new member from the Mile High City! I'm a native of this great city and just love living here. We could always use a new member to help keep our city in the top 10 cities for Spark America minutes. So, remember to log your fitness minutes on your tracker here. Good luck on your journey to a healthier lifestyle!


"Begin with good intentions and action and you'll end with satisfaction!" (Denise Austin)
Again, welcome to the Denver Team!
*~ Paula *~



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MOUNTAIN_RAIN
10/1/2008 6:06:52 PM

One day at a time!! You can do it!!!



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KIMBEROU812
10/4/2007 5:46:08 PM

Hi Heather, I just found the Boulder County team and saw you on there. Looks like things are going well - Are you still hiking on your lunch hours? Keep up the good work!



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UNEEKNITTER
9/16/2007 8:08:08 PM

Welcome to the Boulder County Spark Team Heather. We are glad to have you. Keep up all the great work, you are on your way to that better you!!



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JADEROSE14
7/28/2007 2:00:30 PM

Hi Heather! I'm a little behind with my mail, but welcome to the Northern Colorado team!!!



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