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"The tragedy of growing old is that you�re young."
Oscar Wilde

It is true,, no matter how old we get, we are still the same person on the inside. We still want the same things, even if some of us have veered off course along the way. We still want to look good. We still want to feel good physically, mentally and emotionally. We ...
To be more fit
To be more healthy
To be more thin
To be more happy
To be more energized
To be MORE

"The tragedy of growing old is that you�re young."
Oscar Wilde

It is true,, no matter how old we get, we are still the same person on the inside. We still want the same things, even if some of us have veered off course along the way. We still want to look good. We still want to feel good physically, mentally and emotionally. We still have goals and we still have dreams.
Even though I have seriously veered off course in the last several years and have for a time lost my way, I am still that young woman who first set sail. I still have goals and I still have dreams ... and I am here to do all that is within my power to try to reach them.

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MSHEL7
8/4/2015 12:07:05 PM

Thanks for the friend add, looking forward to getting to know you and supporting you in your efforts.



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BARBIEE52
8/3/2015 9:30:32 PM

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Exercising is king.
Nutrition is queen.
Put them together
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KING_SLAYER
8/3/2015 9:18:18 PM

Thanks for the blog comment. Deep inside I know that a one lb gain isn't a very big deal, but I'm a natural "realist", which to most people means that I'm a pessimist and I see even a small gain as a complete and total failure. FOr me, every meal, everything that goes into my mouth is like studying for the most important test in my life and every Saturday morning is when I take that test. Posting a loss is like passing that test, the bigger the loss, the higher the score I earned. Post a gain and it doesn't matter if it's 0.1 or 5lbs, it's still a big fat "F" on that test.

And for some reason, I gain weight super easily. No, not like everybody else, even faster. My dad is 68 years old and on Saturday we ate the exact same food for the majority of the day, (A BIG salad for lunch, nothing for dinner), the only difference was a 600 calorie Starbucks that I had. On Sunday morning he was 1 lb heavier than he was on Saturday, I was 3 lbs heavier. That makes no sense, given our ages (68 & 45) those roles should be reversed!

I definitely want to kick that 1 lb gain to the curb, along with a couple of his friends. Luckily, there are no more Bugles in the house and I don't go out and buy that stuff, so I'm safe for now!



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GRANDEFILLE
8/3/2015 2:06:36 PM

Thank you! It did feel great to do this. I am planning on doing it again and again until I don't feel the need for it.

As for the "control" I do put it back on to get thru the week. and as far as school and the diet go. I intend to finish both. Someday. So there may be some time off from one or both of them, but I will get back to it and do it! I have wasted enough time in my life not doing what was right for me. So I will do it. But on my own schedule

love ya too!
p.s. I should really go where you are hiding. Not that I even know in wich State you live let alone wich town! emoticon



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GRANDEFILLE
8/3/2015 9:14:43 AM

Thanks for your comment.
You always find a way to lift my spirits.

This weekend I was hit by everything. Guess that having the test done made me stop. Anyway, school is now officially over till September. I will use that time to think of myself a bit more. And probably deal with everything.

talk soon!



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