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I keep waiting for the perfect time to really get seriously intentional about my quest to eat right and have a healthy lifestyle. But I've finally realized that if I wait until the perfect time, it will never happen.
I keep waiting for the perfect time to really get seriously intentional about my quest to eat right and have a healthy lifestyle. But I've finally realized that if I wait until the perfect time, it will never happen.




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Member Since: 8/7/2010

SparkPoints: 2,813

Fitness Minutes: 77

My Goals:
To weigh no more than 143 ponnds.p

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Eating better and moving more.

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"I can do all things through Christ Who gives me strength."

 
 



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JUNEBUG1944
8/31/2011 12:08:24 AM

Congrats on joining the Alabama Team's Superb Stupendous September Soiree! I'm so glad you joined! Louise
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CBEVNOW
5/20/2011 3:07:21 AM

Hi, Im glad you joined our team Loving Our Kidneys, Please feel free to post on our teams site at any time. Please tell us something about your self. I am in 3rd stage CKD. We welcome any input you might have. emoticon emoticon emoticon Again glad to have you with us.
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LKEITHO
10/22/2010 10:08:40 AM

All the best with your transplant! I work with many transplant patients, and the top things that come to mind are 1)be extremely consistent with taking your meds as prescribed, 2) start back into some kind of exercise as soon as your doctors allow it, and 3) be grateful every day that you are fortunate enough to have a donor. Also, if your insurance company has a transplant case management program, be sure to take advantage of it. All the best!



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