HYJEAN   18,144
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Jim on Seal Beach Pier, CA, as the sun was setting. It was like a dream not your typical So Calif.

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Healthy Lifestyle = Long Life with lots of Travel

I am a person that is already retired because of MS. I look like nothing is wrong but there are problems. I would love to have a buddy to chat with about weight loss and keeping me on track. I will post a picture of myself soon
I am a person that is already retired because of MS. I look like nothing is wrong but there are problems. I would love to have a buddy to chat with about weight loss and keeping me on track. I will post a picture of myself soon



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 current weight: 149.9 

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Member Since: 1/11/2008

SparkPoints: 18,144

Fitness Minutes: 10,736

My Goals:
I have been a member for two years and I am just now posting a goal. My main goal is to stay strong physically & mentally. I do have some issues with my health but they will not control my life. I will stay happy and glow in my blessings from GOD. I have so many blessings.

Goals #1 - 153 by 10/1/10
#2 - 150 by 11/1/10
#3 - 148 by 12/1/10
#4 - 148 by 1/1/11
#5 - 145 by 2/1/11
#6 - 143 by 2/28/11

My Program:
Keep on exercising. Keep on learning. Loose at least 1 pound each month. Take my measurments monthly. Keep track of my nutrition.

Personal Information:
I am a retired Post Office employee. I was born and raised in Downey CA. I moved to NE in 1981 and really love it here. I was widowed in 1997 and remarried in 2001. I now live on a REAL FARM. That is quite a change from the Southern CA lifestyle. The farm life has been the best thing I have ever had.

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My favorite thing to do is QUILT. I don't always get them done but I love the whole process. I also do allot of sewing for myself and others. I can crochet but not too often. I have found a new interest in cooking with anything I can find around the house. We are not close to any stores so I have learned to just make do. That is quite an accomplishment for a BIG CITY GIRL.

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Member Comments:
2/9/2016 9:33:01 PM

Mini-challenge for you: Change YOUR focus ...

Focus on: What you can do, not what you can't do
Focus on: What foods you can have, not foods you can't have
Focus on: How far you've come, not how far you have to go
Focus on: What you're doing right, not what you're doing wrong

Say "I don't ..." instead of "I can't ..." It puts the power to choose in YOUR hands. YOU are in control because You are a Champion! emoticon emoticon

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2/2/2016 8:41:23 PM

Mini-challenge for you: "TIDY UP"

Set aside 5 or 10 minutes every day .... to straighten up something, whether it be your desk, a cluttered table, junk drawer, or the kitchen counter. Return items to their rightful places, recycle, and put papers you need to go through in a folder for later.

A chaotic or disorganized space makes everyday tasks seem harder because you feel like you're always running behind. Cleaning up even one small physical space can help clear mental space, allowing you to be more efficient the rest of the day.

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1/30/2016 9:38:46 PM

The small ones add up to bigger ones! Keep it up girl!

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1/26/2016 8:23:05 PM

Your mini-challenge ... There are 3 Important Things to Remember this week:

Every good thing you do for yourself is a step toward good health ... whether it is moving more, getting more sleep, or eating clean.

Don't get caught up in the "all-or-noting" mentality trap. Ten minutes here & there really DOES add up, and IS better than nothing.

Set reasonable, small goals. And then when you have achieved them, set another small goal .... and continue on your health journey.

emoticon emoticon emoticon GO CHAMPIONS!!!

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1/20/2016 8:42:44 PM

Little mini-challenge for you this week:

"Go Faster, Go Longer, Go Harder, or Do More.” In other words, speed up your workout, workout longer, push yourself harder, go further, or do more reps. Whether you are walking, biking, swimming,or strength training . . . whatever exercise you choose to do this week, do it with more intensity.

Push yourself just a little more ... to see just a little more result. A little goes a long way! emoticon emoticon

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