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No more excuses. I'm 31 and I'm finally on the path to my healthiest self. I am mentally, emotionally and physically ready to give my life the attention it deserves. I'm learning new ways to motivate myself and be kind to myself. I'm working on losing weight and getting healthier. Help me stay motivated!!
No more excuses. I'm 31 and I'm finally on the path to my healthiest self. I am mentally, emotionally and physically ready to give my life the attention it deserves. I'm learning new ways to motivate myself and be kind to myself. I'm working on losing weight and getting healthier. Help me stay motivated!!




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Member Since: 5/21/2011

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Fitness Minutes: 4,401

My Goals:
My goal is to fit into the clothes I used to wear before grad school.

My Program:
I'm drinking atleast 8oz x 8 a day.
I'm walking my puppy for 30mins x2 a day.
I'm making healthier food options.

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I have a pretty unusual name - Dipti. I love making new friends and have the cutest puppy ever!

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RUNMELLY
6/28/2011 9:22:34 AM

I read your comment on "30 somethings" page and wanted to respond. One thing to keep in mind, you didn't gain the weight in one month, so it will take longer than that to get it back off :) This is hard to remember when all we want to see if the scale go down! Have you measured yourself? You may be losing inches, especially after a month. Increasing your cardio (but increasing your calories) might help too. It did for me. I manually entered the amount of calories I wanted to burn in a week and my caloric intake adjusted. I force myself to reach that "calories burned" goal each day. That's where I've seen progress. Good luck, it's hard work, but you'll get there. It WILL come off :)

One more thing...make sure you are tracking everything, everyday. It really does make a difference!

"Hard things take time...Impossible things take a little longer. "

Comment edited on: 6/28/2011 9:25:11 AM

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