PAMULDROW2007   26,783
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Hello all I really want to be successful in my weight loss Journey right now I would like to get to 140 and tone up. After that goal I will probably make a new goal because based on my height that would make my BMI still overweight.
Hello all I really want to be successful in my weight loss Journey right now I would like to get to 140 and tone up. After that goal I will probably make a new goal because based on my height that would make my BMI still overweight.



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My Goals:
My goals is to lose weight and tone up. My goal is to make this a lifestyle change and learn how to have portion control eating healthier choice, drinking more water and becoming more active.

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Right now I am eating a high fiber low carb diet. I have hypothyriod condition and my doctor suggest that. So I eat a starch, protein, fruit in the morning. Lunch- protien, starch, fruit, and dairy. Dinner, protien and cup of cook green veggies. Snacks normally my fruit from my meals, raw veggies, pickles. Sometimes I eat a serving of nuts or popcorn.

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4/3/2015 9:07:04 PM

emoticon Pam!

What you GET by achieving your goals is not as important as what
you BECOME by achieving your goals. -Henry David Thoreau

To a successful 5% Spring Challenge! emoticon emoticon

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3/18/2015 12:59:51 AM

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Every positive change in life begins with a decision that we are going to
either do something or stop doing something, but it can't hurt to have a
little luck of the irish to help us along, so this one's for you... cheers!!
Happy St Patrick's Day! Stay Sparked! emoticon emoticon

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1/9/2013 12:14:28 PM

Congratulations on losing for the January 5lb Challenge! emoticon

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10/12/2011 5:56:29 PM

I couldn't agree with 1drwoman more!

Take one step at a time, 1meal at a time, 1 day at a time. I started out by just honestly tracking everything I ate -- good, bad, or ugly. Then I added something else. (The details of my stepsare on the right hand side of my SparkPage.)

When you're following a certain calorie range, if you eat something you shouldn't, get right back on track with the very next thing you eat. That will help minimize the damage, and it will keep you in the game mentally. If you're hungry all the time, chances are you're either not eating enough protein or drinking enough water. Or you may be struggling with stress and wanting to eat your emotions. If that's the case, write down your feelings to get at the core of it, then go find something to do to keep your hands busy. (I give myself a manicure.)

Hang in there! You can do it!

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3/6/2011 5:18:49 PM

Hey Pamuldrow!
I think you're starting've just decided to take a new path on your journey. You have started the journey and came to a couple dead ends and had to turn around and get back on the main can do this.

80% of weight loss is what you put in your mouth. I recommend for a week or two, just tracking your food and getting into the habit of fitting that into your day. I suggest taking 1 day a week and planning your week worth of food so you don't have to think about it. It helps and then you're not forced to "wing it" during the week when things in your day and schedule don't go as planned. pre-packing in baggies and containers helps heaps!

Then start moving...I belong to Anytime fitness so I don't have any excuses. I also have a Wii incase I don't feel like going to the gym either! But again...don't get so wrapped up in exercising in the AM that you don't get it done at all. Just get it done when you can. Even if it's 10 minutes 6 times a day! Jillian Michaels circuits are nice because they challenge you, get your cardio and weights in and all within an hour. Winning By Losing is her first book and I love it!

Just decide to focus on one thing each week or you don't feel overwhelmed...aftera couple weeks, it will become second nature and you'll just be a wee weight loss machine. :) let me know if I can help with anything!
Have a kick butt week!

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