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Well I'm 72years old and so a bit late to start changing but I have lost weight before and seem to be able to do it still, if I keep motivated.
Well I'm 72years old and so a bit late to start changing but I have lost weight before and seem to be able to do it still, if I keep motivated.




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Member Since: 9/30/2009

SparkPoints: 5,579

Fitness Minutes: 175

My Goals:
To losse weight untill my legs are happy climbing stairs and I fit all my clothes. Say 154 lbs

Be more mindful, it all aspects of life.

Aquire equinimity qnd be a useful resourse for others! If poss.

My Program:
Using Spark People web site; mainly my nutrition page.

Studying Buddhism.

Practicing Meditation.

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Di Wills from Southampton U.K.

diwills@bulldoghome.com

diwills@yahoo.com

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MEINECA
10/28/2012 2:11:44 PM

Hi, It's never too late to change. I am 75 and just starting on my new phase of life, whatever that is; haven't figured it out yet but losing 60 pounds is a big part of it. Just keep a positive outlook and you will see it happen.

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KCATHY
8/11/2011 11:39:13 AM

Thank you so much for your kind comment on my blog. It was so encouraging--all the best as you continue meeting your goals here at SP!



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BARLOWSMUMHELEN
7/12/2010 7:57:07 AM

Congratulations on the 3lbs weight loss. Keep it up you're doing great.

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BARLOWSMUMHELEN
12/27/2009 1:23:30 PM

Hi Di, there is no easy answer I'm afraid, you just have to be strong and remember to track everything you eat. Don't make the mistake of dropping straight back down to your calorie range, take 3-4 days to get back there, your body will adjust better that way. There is nothing wrong with a short lapse it's what you do afterwards that counts. Make sure to keep the water intake and fibre up and the sugar down, aim for smaller pieces of cake etc and try not to get too disheartened by falling off track. You've done it before so you know you can do it again.
I think most of me has sorted itself out now, just my wrist is still playing up but then I have weak wrists anyway, the dogs can dislocate them just by pulling to hard on the lead, they go in and out of joint at will. I'm just hoping I haven't cracked a bone in the wrist but if it doesn't stop aching soon I will be off to the drop in treatment centre for advice.



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CASSIES
12/5/2009 12:16:44 PM

Stopping by to say hi. Stop by the daily practice support group when you're in the mood. We are trying to commit to five minutes a day. We can do anything for 5 minutes.

Love how your weight loss ticker is moving down.

Cassie



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