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I am welcoming positive change, strength, and health into the new year.
I am welcoming positive change, strength, and health into the new year.




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Member Since: 12/27/2009

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My goals are to retain my health and energy.

My Program:
I am being very faithful to my physical therapy program, walking 3 miles a day, and practicing yoga.

My nutritional goals are to make sure I am getting 5+ servings of fruits and veggies, staying hydrated, and cutting back on refined foods.

Stress related goals are bringing meditation back into my life, keeping a balance between work and personal life, and allowing plenty of time to play music and sing with friends.

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KASEYCOFF
4/12/2014 12:38:09 PM

And once I was there (on the website) there was nothing for it but to explore a while - and don't you know I found an article about the moon and its effects on sleep cycles. No wonder I'm all sixes and sevens - it's a double whammy, lol...
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KASEYCOFF
4/11/2014 8:42:09 PM

I have to admit, I don't buy into that whole "Oh, you haven't gained weight - muscle weighs more than fat!" baloney. I mean, it's not baloney in that muscle DOES weigh more than fat, but if five pounds of fat becomes muscle, it will become five pounds of muscle - and I don't think the body chemistry works that way, but even if your weight didn't change, you would be trimmer. I think.

Anyhow, looking at 62 this year, and m'gawd, it don't get any easier, LOL!
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OVERWORKEDJANET
4/10/2014 6:09:25 AM

Thanks for stopping by. Lots going on. Finally got my act together. I look forward to hearing from you now and then!



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GOLIGHTLY344
4/9/2014 11:38:21 PM

I'm so very glad you are better! I'm playing guitar and loving it! Learning to fingerpick Annie's Song in Open D, -and Dropped D tuning. Fun!

I also took a hiatus from SP, but periodically I come back to see who's here and re-connect. I'm still tweaking my diet, until I get it just right.
I've recently decreased carbs, increased the fat a little and increased the vegetables quite a bit. It is just about the right proportions, another 2 weeks should get me on track to about 40- 50 carbs a day average. That will allow some deviation from a no sugar, low carb diet and keep things interesting!
Talk to you soon!



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DDOORN
4/6/2014 3:29:11 PM

I hear you...can be tricky to balance our "real" vs. "virtual" lives...! Thx for the SparkGoodie! :-)

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