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I am an RN who really wants to live what I preach. I am about 60lbs over weight with chronic back issues. It's time for me to get real and not slip into further health problems.







216 (9/17/2012)
I am an RN who really wants to live what I preach. I am about 60lbs over weight with chronic back issues. It's time for me to get real and not slip into further health problems.







216 (9/17/2012)




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Member Since: 9/17/2012

SparkPoints: 262

Fitness Minutes: 295

My Goals:
OK so lets be honest - I don't want to be FAT anymore!

Ultimate goal is to lose 60lbs

Lifelong goal to be as healthy as I possibly can - it's all in what I allow myself to do to my body

 
 



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SHERRYGAYL
11/14/2012 9:55:13 AM

Hi! Thanks for adding me! I'm so happy you've decided to stick around emoticon This is a great place for ideas, tips, support, encouragement... whatever you need! I find that by reading other people's stories and offering encouragement or advice or whatever that half the time I'm talking to myself, too! emoticon



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SHIRE33
9/17/2012 4:54:52 PM

I remember when I just joined and was surprised when someone commented on my page, too. : ) People at Spark really enjoy connecting and supporting each other. Thanks for the compliment! I've had ups and downs, and lately have been backsliding, but I'm really ready to lose the last 20 or so pounds. Our 30th anniversary is in December, so I'm aiming for that.



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SHIRE33
9/17/2012 4:41:37 PM

Thanks for adding me! Sounds like you have the right attitude for success. : ) Just take it slowly and consistently. I had all kinds of pain problems when I started, and gradually they've almost resolved themselves. At least to manageable levels! It's a process, and not giving up, even when I blow it, seems to have made a big difference for me.





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