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Its about time!!

I have been having tightening in my chest lately and I do not want to end up a statistic. I want to watch my babies grow up and be here to help them through life. I want to be able to babysit for my grandchildren and do it with energy and enthusiasim.

Beginning today I commit to being health and respecting myself and my body enough to do this!

I have been having tightening in my chest lately and I do not want to end up a statistic. I want to watch my babies grow up and be here to help them through life. I want to be able to babysit for my grandchildren and do it with energy and enthusiasim.

Beginning today I commit to being health and respecting myself and my body enough to do this!





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Member Since: 10/20/2008

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Fitness Minutes: 388

My Goals:
Starting over 7-1-10

My Program:
Move more
Eat less
Get fit

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I am a 38 year old mother of two beautiful children. I love my kids more than life itself. They are 9 and 8. I also have a wonderful husband. We have been married for sixteen years and we are the best of friends. He is my life.

We have been through a lot together. We have experienced financial hardships, loss of loved ones, loss of careers....you name it and it seems like we have had to deal with it at some point or another. However, despite the hard times we are VERY grateful for what we have and what the Lord has provided us. As many mothers and wives do, I have usually put the needs of my family before those of my own but now I realize that is starting to take a toll on my family. I am ready to change that and take care of myself while supporting and caring for them......Wish me luck!!

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I love horseback riding, gardening, playing with my children, walking in the woods, reading books, and cooking.

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_SHARKBAIT_
6/9/2010 10:18:51 AM

YAY!!! 20 points, dude thats sweet!



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6/8/2010 8:50:09 AM

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I ’m just cruising around cheering folks through their journey to health!

"I have learned, as a rule of thumb, never to ask whether you can do something. Say, instead, that you are doing it. Then fasten your seat belt. The most remarkable things follow.” ~ Julia Cameron

“What a caterpillar calls the end of the world the master calls a butterfly.” ~ Richard Bach

“When thinking won’t cure fear, action will.” ~ William Clement Stone

Have a healthy week!




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ZAEZAE
5/27/2010 2:13:53 PM

Thanks SO SO much for the comments on my blog!! It's so great to have support. I haven't felt this good mentally in awhile and it's amazing! Thanks for being a part of that!



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DSDIVINY
5/20/2010 1:26:39 PM

I'm glad I helped sway you :) Before you make a commitment to doing it regularly, just find time for ONE class. Once you've done it and if you love it, I think you'll be surprised how easy it is to find time for it.



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DSDIVINY
5/20/2010 12:30:48 PM

I definitely think you should try Zumba in a class setting first. I wasn't professional looking by any means, and neither was any other woman or man in that class. Sometimes you need to stop when others are still going. They'll stop when you're in your groove. Sometimes, I just walked around in a circle to keep up with the basic rhythm of the class to when I was ready I could fall back into step. Just listen to the music and go. And after listening to my SO's complaints, focus on getting your feet in the groove before your arms. Just place your hands on your hips when you're learning. When you're more confident in your footwork, you'll have already put your arms into motion without realizing it.

Sorry for the book! I just didn't want you to think coordination should stop you from trying something new :)

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