1. Lose 65 pounds by August 31, 2015. 2. Reduce insulin by Dec 31.
1. Track all food and exercise. 2. Read articles daily. 3. Follow my message boards.
I'm a deeply caring and passionate person. I was raised in MS, moved to ID for my late husband, and moved back to MS when he died. I have a 14-yr-old, and I am a newlywed who married her high school sweetheart. I want to be as hot to him as he is to me!!
My family is the most important thing to me, besides my love for Jesus Christ. As long as I have my family, I have a reason to survive.
Hi, Welcome to the Partnership Accountability to the Finish Line team! We are happy to have you with our team. Please feel free to introduce yourself to the team, if you have not already done so. Be sure to read the thread: "Click Here: To help find a partner and learn what to do next". It will help you find someone who has similar goals, likes, dislikes, or someone close to your age if you prefer. You will both be able to support, encourage, and just be there for each other, while on your way in reaching your goals.
If you need help finding someone or need help of any kind, please let me know, as I am here to help you in anyway I can. Hope you enjoy this team and are able to achieve any goals you might have on this team or any others you might join.
DragonsDawn (Tracey) - co-leader - Partnership Accountability to the Finish Line
Everything you need to be successful on your weight loss journey is inside of you......so dig deep, if necessary, and push forward to meet your goal. Whether your goal is for the next hour, day, week or month you can meet it if you stay focused, positive and determined.
YOU ARE WORTHY!!! DON'T QUIT!!!
And you are beautiful inside and out!!! Have a wonderful week!
The thing that is really hard, and really amazing, is giving up on being perfect and beginning the work of becoming yourself. - Anna Quindlen.
You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. “I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.” You must do the thing you think you cannot do. - Eleanor Roosevelt
No road is too long for him who advances slowly and does not hurry, and no attainment is beyond his reach who equips himself with patience to achieve it. ~ Jean de La Bruyere
Embrace your sore muscles! Know that every achy body part is becoming healthier and stronger.
Don't forget to stretch your muscles to help recover and gain more flexibility.
It never gets easier.....we just get better!
We know how hard it is to eat healthy all the time and stick to a workout plan. It's work! But, the more you do something the easier—and more enjoyable—the moves become. The same goes for healthy eating.
This message was originally from 1HAPPYSPIRIT and I ran across it and copied it to share!