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HudsonView's Page: Success in 2012

Hi and thanks for stopping by. I'm an elderly yoyo dieter who had given up till I found SparkPeople. Joined in 2010 and still did nothing much.

Now I've joined the January Jumpstart Workout Challenge and that seems just right. Something I can commit to and finish.

I'm concentrating on food tracking for now, and tracking my walks with Jenny (my Wheaten terrier in the picture).

I want to lose 40 pounds in 2012 and keep it off..
Hi and thanks for stopping by. I'm an elderly yoyo dieter who had given up till I found SparkPeople. Joined in 2010 and still did nothing much.

Now I've joined the January Jumpstart Workout Challenge and that seems just right. Something I can commit to and finish.

I'm concentrating on food tracking for now, and tracking my walks with Jenny (my Wheaten terrier in the picture).

I want to lose 40 pounds in 2012 and keep it off..




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Member Since: 5/8/2010

SparkPoints: 1,363

Fitness Minutes: 347

My Goals:
Lose 40 pounds in 2012.

Track food daily and eat natural and organic food whenever possible.

Increase walking and strength training from 10 min. to 30 min.

Lose clutter and buying unnecessary stuff.

My Program:
I have great expectations for the January Jumpstart Workout Challenge. That's the start!

Have to start small and be consistent.

This is my first real challenge in SparkPeople.

Want to find a buddy!

Personal Information:
Born in Philly suburbs.
Live in Riverdale, NY. with a great view of the Hudson and a dog.
Widowed, no kids.
Enjoy reading, classical music, plays, movies, TV (The Good Wife, The Wire MI5), travel, hanging out with friends.


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STARTWME
1/11/2012 7:52:35 PM

Look forward to hearing from you. Come into the city and we'll walk. Has navigation around the site gotten clearer?
Quick Track might be the way to go.



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JENNYR0506
1/7/2012 10:21:50 AM

I bought the cheapest digital scale I could find at Walmart at first because I didn't know whether I would get into the habit and didn't want to waste a lot of money on something that would end up in the back of a cabinet. It cost about $15. (Definitely go with digital!) That was a year ago and I still use it everyday. II have had to change the battery once in that time. it has two simple buttons on the front: ON/OFF/TARE and UNIT(which changes the units of measurement). I have since purchased another, more complex scale (we need two because my husband weighs his food also and it keeps us from getting in each others way a lot of time) but even with more functions to choose from I still only use the same two buttons! Lesson learned! You will love it once you get used to using it. It is much more accurate to measure servings by weight rather than by the "piece."

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STARTWME
1/5/2012 7:47:22 PM

Thank you so much for the goodie. Hot stone massage... the best!




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STARTWME
1/3/2012 10:58:07 PM

Glad you're letting your light shine, Ellen.
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