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Iam a Married Mom of 3 perfect little girls we live on a small ranch in a small town in Texas where I am learning to train dogs for the disabled .( I used to be a belly dancer from Chicago) I also make Rose Petal Bead keepsakes and Photo jewelry http://www.therosepetaler.weebly.com
a percentage of all my sales will go towards providing assistant dogs to disabled applicants.
Iam a Married Mom of 3 perfect little girls we live on a small ranch in a small town in Texas where I am learning to train dogs for the disabled .( I used to be a belly dancer from Chicago) I also make Rose Petal Bead keepsakes and Photo jewelry http://www.therosepetaler.weebly.com
a percentage of all my sales will go towards providing assistant dogs to disabled applicants.




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TX.PATRICIA
6/8/2012 11:27:16 AM

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GMAHOSS1
4/2/2012 3:36:07 PM

just stopping by to see how you and yours are doing. I am going to have 2 more great grand childern sometime insept. or aug. of this year. My youngest grandaughter graduates this year in may. so i will be quite busy for awhile. emoticon



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GMAHOSS1
12/4/2011 2:47:05 PM

good job on the points! looks like the weihht loss is going very well keep it up. emoticon



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11/28/2011 10:34:46 PM

Just dropping by to say howdy and see how you are doing. emoticon emoticon



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STOP-IT-KNOW
10/31/2011 2:09:03 PM

Your Excuse: I Feel Deprived Because I Can't Eat the Foods I Love!
The Excuse Buster: Starting a weight loss program often results in an "all or nothing" mind-set. You vow to never eat junk food again, follow your diet plan to the letter, drink gallons of water, push yourself to work out religiously, and lose those pesky pounds once and for all. This attitude usually stems from a strong sense of dissatisfaction about your current state (i.e. fat), and a strong determination to reach a "better" state (i.e. thin).

But entering into any plan with such a rigid focus can only set you up for failure. How many times have you gone on a binge before a diet, eating every "bad" food you could think of - just because you didn't know when you might be "allowed" to eat it again? How many times have you slipped and eaten something that wasn't on your food plan, and then despaired that you had blown your whole diet? The problem with rigid ideas about what is "allowed" and "forbidden" is that they only make you crave the forbidden foods and mire you in constant cycles of deprivation and frustration.

Your chances of success are much greater if you instead strive for a sense of balance in everything you do. Certainly making positive changes is beneficial, but it is possible to do this in a much more balanced way, rather than binding yourself with chains and taping your mouth shut.

How? Simply stay AWARE and make wise decisions. Each moment of your day before you eat, drink or do anything, ask yourself if the action you are about to take will support your goal. Will eating a cookie support your weight loss goal? Not necessarily, but will it destroy your diet altogether? Probably not. There are no "rights or wrongs" with this process. Sometimes you may indeed decide to eat the cookie. Sometimes you'll decide that you really don't need it. The difference will be that YOU are the one making the choices for yourself, not some preconceived notion about what is acceptable or not



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