HRZ2UMZROBINSON   14,754
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I began this journey in 2005/2006 after spending the first 22 years of my life eating everything I wanted and far too much of it. My body began telling me in not so kind ways that I couldn't do that anymore, and I listened. One of my first steps was to read the book Super Foods by Dr. Steven Pratt and Kathy Matthews. Understanding nutrients and the wonderful benefits of food is motivating to me. I've always loved food, so the easy part was loving new and healthier foods. The difficult part is ...
I began this journey in 2005/2006 after spending the first 22 years of my life eating everything I wanted and far too much of it. My body began telling me in not so kind ways that I couldn't do that anymore, and I listened. One of my first steps was to read the book Super Foods by Dr. Steven Pratt and Kathy Matthews. Understanding nutrients and the wonderful benefits of food is motivating to me. I've always loved food, so the easy part was loving new and healthier foods. The difficult part is learning to eat for hunger and not for emotional reasons or just because the food's there. That's REALLY a challenge sometimes, and I think I have to except that it might always be a challenge. I've already made a lot of positive changes, but sometimes I feel like i take 1 step forward and 2 back, or sometimes my motivation wanes and I get frustrated. I've never really been "thin" in my life, so I don't have a good visual image of what I'm aiming for. I also have a tendency to be really motivated, drop a few pounds, and then feel so proud of myself that I sit back and wait for the weight to come back. I'm fine with enjoying the journey, but more consistent motivation would be a huge plus, which is why I come to Sparkpeople :-) (The 10lbs and Under team has been so helpful)


MAINTENANCE: 1950 cals/day (13,650 cals/week)
FAT LOSS: 1600 cals/day (11,200 cals/week)
GOAL: Eat 1500-1850 calories/day (10,500-13,000/week)





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Member Since: 6/29/2006

SparkPoints: 14,754

Fitness Minutes: 16,553

My Goals:
I'd like to be 125 by my bday - July 18th
I need to work on my consistency.
No binging.

My Program:
Diet:
-No soda
-No meat (only fish)
-8 glasses H20
-5 servings fruits/veggies
-whole wheat/high fiber foods
-1 cheat day per week

Fitness (minimums):
-Walking the hill for 30 min. on lunch break min. 3x/week
-yoga 1 day/week
-stairs after work 2x/week
-ballet 2x/week
-1 day full body ST p90x

Personal Information:
My name's Nina.
I live in Southern California.
I'm 5'4.
I own a black cat that makes me laugh like nobody else.


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KRUNNING321
10/23/2008 10:53:30 PM

Right now I ST 2-3 times a week. A few mos ago I was doing it like 4-5 times a week though! I go through phases haha. Right now I am doing total body ST sessions. What about you?



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MIMISCA
10/22/2008 1:00:16 PM

thanks for the comment! was your b'day recently too? omg- so much good food to be had on those days - i am definitely trying to make up for it now though! anywa, job hunt is going pretty well - i have a follow-up interview with the director tomorrow. so we shall see! it's always a long process though, no matter what the economy.

good luck!



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MIMISCA
10/21/2008 11:18:12 AM

how is your week going? still surviving the job? any exciting leads?

keep me updated!!

ok i'll stop harassing you now!



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KRUNNING321
10/17/2008 9:53:25 AM

Thanks for the comment on my blog! Sorry to hear about your job as well. I have also been looking for a few mos with no luck so far. I agress that the best thing to do is look at it as an opportunity to find a better fit :) Good luck with the job hunt! AND Happy Friday ;)



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MIMISCA
10/10/2008 7:49:01 PM

oh searching for jobs is always a slow process. i;ve only sent out a few resumes so i'm not too worried that i've only heard back from one place. in this economy- that's pretty good! anyway, i'm sure we'll both find good fits, we just have to be patient!

have a great weekend!



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