HAWKTHREE
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  • v PIXIE-LICIOUS
    "Transformation is not five minutes from now; it's a present activity. In this moment you can make a different choice, and it's these small choices and successes that build up over time to help cultivate a healthy self-image and self esteem."
    -Jillian Michaels
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    Thank you for commenting on my blog, Never Grocery Shop On An Empty Stomach. I appreciate the support!

    54 days ago
  • v AKASHAREBEAR
    Just stopping by to say, emoticon
    58 days ago
  • v AUTIEJ
    You asked about the balance log. That is actually a screenshot from the advertisement I did for them and 2003. When I mentioned that I lost weight back then that was the tool that I used
    64 days ago
  • v AUTIEJ
    Try that spam diced and fried with some angel hair cabbage. It's delicious. I season it with a little garlic oregano salt and pepper and use butter spray to fry it in
    65 days ago
  • v AWHOLENEWROSE
    I do as well. I especially feel bad for her now-college-age daughter, who's already struggling with chronic obesity-related conditions. The problem is that she's addicted to the feelings she gets when she overeats. Until she addresses the overeating, all that effort's going to come to nothing. She can work herself into a lather if she likes, but the overeating's going to destroy her progress. The good news though is that once she does overcome that addiction, she's going to melt like butter in a microwave. She's definitely got all the non-overeating aspects of fitness covered.

    Practice doesn't make perfect. Proficient practice makes perfect. If the practice is shoddy, then it'll never lead to perfection.

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    81 days ago
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