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I've never been thin, fit, skinny, slim, or anything else remotely associated with being healthy. At best, I was chubby. Right now, I'm just fat. I'm 25, and I don't take care of my body. I pay no mind to nutrition, and I always seem to fall off the diets, because I either get bored or don't see results - or, I don't see them fast enough, get frustrated, and then give up. To put it plainly, I am fed up with myself. I want to lose weight. I want to be thin. More than that, I want to be fit and ...
I've never been thin, fit, skinny, slim, or anything else remotely associated with being healthy. At best, I was chubby. Right now, I'm just fat. I'm 25, and I don't take care of my body. I pay no mind to nutrition, and I always seem to fall off the diets, because I either get bored or don't see results - or, I don't see them fast enough, get frustrated, and then give up. To put it plainly, I am fed up with myself. I want to lose weight. I want to be thin. More than that, I want to be fit and healthy. Wish me luck!
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Member Since: 10/6/2011

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Fitness Minutes: 493

My Goals:
Short Term: 30# by Xmas
Long Term: 100# BY 10/12
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My Program:
~ Power 90
~ Turbo Jam
~ ChaLEAN Xtreme
~ Tracking Food and Water

Personal Information:
My name is Raye. I am a Psychology and Rehab Studies student in South Texas. I live with my hubby and our dog, Luna. I love reading, listening to music, Sims 3, crocheting, and sewing. I just started with Team Beachbody, and I am loving that, too!

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ELSAG83
11/8/2011 11:32:52 AM

Hello! Thanks for adding me as a friend! Lets do it. Where in Texas are you? Have a great day.



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MOM4407
10/10/2011 10:04:12 AM

Welcome to team RGV.
Becky here from Donna.

Glad you are on our team.



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MNNSAIDE
10/9/2011 9:52:43 PM

Raye emoticon RGV Sparks!

Dan is our leader and as Irene mentioned sometimes we meet for lunch.

I am Marcy from Weslaco.



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DIDMIS
10/9/2011 6:53:09 PM

emoticon to RGV Sparkers. We hope to hear more from you.
God bless you. I am the one who posts the devotionals for dieters. Some of us meet once in a while to fellowship.
Irene



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MAVERICK59
10/9/2011 2:25:27 PM

Hi, welcome to Sparkpeople. I try to send this message to help folks with the website because I found it a bit difficult in the beginning. I am not anyone special, just someone trying to gain control of my health, just like you. I hope you enjoy this website as much as I do. I have gotten so much out of it. I have met some wonderful folks on this website.
This can feel a bit overwhelming at first, but don't give up.(All the advertising can feel distracting, but it keeps it free for all of us. Just ignore it if you want.)
Explore a little at a time.
Scroll through other member pages, if you see anyone you would like to have as a spark friend, just click the little button at the top and that will add them to your friend list.
If you are confused, ask questions on the Messages Boards, under the Get Help section.
Under the Message Boards tab, check out Sparkpeople Café and the Sparkpeople Game Room. There are a lot of fun running posts on these message boards.
Check your Sparkpoint page and see where you can earn more points. It’s fun to use the points to buy and give the ‘goodies’ to yourself or to other Sparkpeople.
Be kind to yourself and take it one day at a time. Expect set backs and just ride them out.Don't compare yourself to others.Don’t ever give up, instead, reach out. That is what we are all here for.
I promise, it gets better, one day at a time.
I like to think of daily food control like the pages of a book. One page (day) is not very thick, hardly seems worth the effort, but when you close the book the thickness of all the pages (days) together really have an impact. It is up to you to decide if the story is a good one.

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