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#85 - Back to it.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Friday night, I decided to go for a run. After a week of not running, it felt so good to get back to it. It was tough but very enjoyable. My shins didn't hurt nearly as bad. I don't think they are 100%, but hopefully, they will be soon.

I hopped on the scale this morning only to find that I have gained almost six pounds in this last week (due to food binges and soda because I gave into my feelings). I feel ashamed because I really should have taken better care of myself. Well, this week is my week to step up. I have five weeks until my first 5K, so strict training starts today.

Monday: Run
Tuesday: BR and Zumba (30 minutes)
Wednesday: Run
Thursday: BR
Friday: Rest or light exercise.
Saturday: Run
Sunday: BR and swim/Zumba.

Goals for this week:
1. NO SODA (Have to get pass these cravings!)
2. Exercise as schedule says.
3. Drink my water.
4. Eat well.
5. Get 7.5 hours of sleep every night.

SW: 159.6 lbs.

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FITFORMYFAMILY 9/16/2012 10:09PM

    I hope you met all of your goals for the week and have another great week ahead!

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ASHESS85 9/12/2012 11:27AM

    We all fall now and again but the important thing is you realize it and are back on track! emoticon

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SERENLEB 9/11/2012 7:48PM

    good for you!!!!!

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DRAGONFLY02 9/11/2012 2:50PM

    I gained since the end of the 5% challenge, so don't feel alone. But I too plan on getting right back on the healthy train and try not to let this set-back derail me. Let's do it together!!!

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    My goals are sort of the same as you this week - except no french fries, rather than no soda.

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CHODGES83 9/11/2012 11:00AM

    GET IT!

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BREW99 9/10/2012 6:10PM

    I agree with others, those pounds will drop fast because it's just a fluctuation after changing your diet drastically last week. Each day and week is a new start, you can make it to be anything you want it to be... emoticon

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POOKASLUAGH 9/10/2012 4:05PM

    Honestly, I think some of those pounds will drop off real easily once you're back on track. I think that's the way it goes most of the time. Our bodies react, and then they purge once they can get rid of the toxins. I'm so glad you've decided to keep going!!

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CIPHER1971 9/10/2012 1:05PM

    You will do it emoticon

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COMMUNITY10 9/10/2012 11:07AM

    New week, new attitude! You'll rock this week, I know it!

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PAPER_WINGS18 9/10/2012 10:33AM

    You can do it! Put this last week behind you, and push forward. You got this!!!

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#84 - Losing It.

Thursday, September 06, 2012

It's been six days since my last run, and I'm miserable.

The past few days I have come home to nothing to do. I can't exercise outside due to the sun and my sunburn. I have no will power to exercise indoors because I am afraid of it messing with my burns. All I want to do is get back to my runs. Back to my normal workouts. Back to my life. Since this isn't an option right now, I have been somewhat depressed. Tuesday and Wednesday quiet afternoons have led to binges on sodas, chips, and gummies. No water. No healthy snacks. Every thing that is unhealthy.

All of my progress over the last month or so is gone. I'm back up to 159.8 lbs (how generous of you, scale, for not making it 160 lbs). The pants that have been loose on me are back to being snug.

No runs, unhealthy food binges, and gaining about five pounds has destroyed my motivation. I'm no longer excited about how far I've come. I'm no longer excited about my 5K. I've thought about just not doing it since I am not sure that I will have enough time to train.

I've lost all my motivation, and I am slowly creeping back into my "before" life. I just don't know what to do. It doesn't feel like this sunburn will go away. In fact, last night, my back felt like thousands of little needles kept poking me. My Mom said I had sun poisoning (too much sun). I tried her methods last night, but nothing really worked except for the Benadryl that knocked me out. I woke up the morning to that same "needle" feeling except it is not as bad.

I really thought things had changed this time, but I guess I was wrong.

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    It's totally normal to fee that way when you get side tracked from your goals and have to sit on the sidelines for a bit. Don't worry you will be back at it and out of your slump in no time. There is always light at the end of the tunnel. You know what you have to do and how to do it. Go get it girl!

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    You weren't wrong! You're having a really difficult week for a very understandable reason. I PROMISE that once the effects of the sun poisoning start to fade away and you are able to get back out for a run, you'll be able to make surprisingly fast progress back in the direction that you want to be going. Your body will remember, "Oh yeah! It feels good to be running and eating right and drinking water!" In the meantime, what about some gentle stretches? If you catch it before you truly let yourself get out of control, I really think you'll be fine.
P.S. Whatever you do, don't give up on that 5K. Even if you have to walk part of it, it'll be really good for your motivation... and they're fun!

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FITNAPTURAL 9/7/2012 12:05AM

    emoticon The sun burn will go away. Be strong girl! Drink plenty of water, it's good for your skin too. You'll get through this. We all go through it at some point whether it's sunburn or just life in general (Hurricane Isaac for me). You have the tools for success and a healthy lifestyle, you just have to put them to use. Take small steps and think of how far you've come. Rest and take good care of yourself otherwise. You'll be back to normal in no time! And keep those gummies out the house!!!

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COUPONS0216 9/6/2012 2:45PM

    I stopped by to offer a hug! Please be gentle with yourself, this is a lifestyle change, and a lifelong journey. Each day is a new start and a blessing to reach your goals and dreams. Don't give up, YOU have the power in you, and you CAN do this!
Keep looking forward, one step, one moment, one choice at a time. Hang in there, just don't ever give up on yourself, your goals or your dreams!
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POOKASLUAGH 9/6/2012 12:28PM

    It sounds like you're in the same cycle I was in this summer. Not being able to exercise makes you crave more junk, and eating that junk results in depression and stagnation. You CAN break through it, and most of those pounds will come off quickly as your body flushed the old yucky food out. You can do this! Don't give up!

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CHODGES83 9/6/2012 11:28AM

    DON"T GIVE UP! I'm terribly sorry about your burn. It's just going to take time, but don't let that kill everything you're working towards. You can still do this. Baby steps! Baby steps all the way until you're taking big girl steps and running that 5k! I know it's hard, but don't let this rule you. YOU ARE STRONG! *RAWR*

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C8TSON 9/6/2012 10:54AM

    I agree with MUFFIY831. Go out after dark to get your exercise. The after dark exercise is truly a pleasant experience, if it is safe in the town in which you live. But don't give up. You have made lots of progress, and even though you may not be able to see all the progress on the outside, I'm sure your insides are feeling all kinds of better! :) As for the sunburn, OUCH! I know this sounds really strange, but if you put a little apple cider vinegar on a cottonball and rub it all over the burn, it will suck the pain right out. It smells terrible, but the pain relief is worth it! A couple of aspirin will also help in bringing the fever and pain down as well. I hope that gets better soon. But seriously, don't give up! Look back on what you have accomplished not on the things which you see as still lacking. emoticon emoticon

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PAPER_WINGS18 9/6/2012 10:01AM

    Just because you have a sunburn doesn't mean you have to feel sorry for yourself and binge on crappy foods that are only going to make you feel crappier. Pick yourself back up. You are stronger than that! It's not an all or nothing thing. So you can't work out, no big deal. You can still lose weight eating healthy foods and watching your portions. You can do this; do not let it overcome you.

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EMFRAPPIER 9/6/2012 9:31AM

    Sometimes you just have to do what is right for your body. It's totally normal to feel down when you have to miss a workout or two. You'll be back at it in no time, just try to stay positive!! emoticon

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MUFFIY831 9/6/2012 9:29AM

    I have been where you are, and so I know how anything I say next will fall into the 'easier said than done' column, but I'll give it a shot anyway ...

Time will heal the sunburn, and this is not the end of your healthy lifestyle. A healthy body heals faster than an unhealthy one, so it's even more important right now to drink a lot of water and eat healthy foods to give your body the energy it needs to defeat the sunburn.

So maybe you can't run right now because your skin hurts too much. That's OK. Go for a 10 minute walk around the block (in the dark!) or on a treadmill. It's something. the endorphins will give you a little kick to maybe snap out of the funk.

You'll get back. Don't give up.

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IMSUNSHINE 9/6/2012 8:53AM

    I think a lot of us have felt this way at some point. I always think things through... now that is. I went throught the stages of oh well... go binge just bc "Life" happen. So I stopped trying to be perfect and now I understand that "Life" is going to happen. Don't give up! emoticon emoticon

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CIPHER1971 9/6/2012 8:26AM

    emoticon today you are feeling low, but did you know that weight from a week like you have had comes off as quickly as it went on if you don't give it time to 'set'.

have you thought of swimming or cycling or walking while you can't run. As for the 5k you can choose to give up, or choose to cross train - I didn't finish prepping for the first run I entered and bottled out - to this day I regret it.

Last thing - at least try and reclaim your diet, because you will heal faster if you eat and drink right.

Sending you good vibes and motivation emoticon

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LMATTHEWS12111 9/6/2012 8:14AM

    I was born and raised in FL, I know sunburns all to well. Really the only cure is time so you can heal. I have restarted only about million times. You can do it! Rest for now and let your body heal up and get back to it!! emoticon emoticon

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#83 - Lesson Learned.

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Hope every one had a great Labor Day weekend.

I did up until yesterday. Let's just say I learned a VERY valuable lesson - wear your sunscreen. Yeah, I am burnt to a crisp.

Before I get to that, let's just do a quick review over the weekend.

Saturday - I was pretty active. We were on the go. We even made it to a Coastal football game (college). We walked to and from the stadium from our car instead of taking the shuttle. Although food choices weren't awesome, I ate the best I could and stopped when I was full.

Sunday - Lazy day. I am a little disappointed about this, but I did take a nap, so I think my body really needed it.

Monday - I told my boyfriend I wanted to be more active that day. We called up our friends and headed to the beach. We played in the waves for about 30 minutes. Afterwards, us girls sat on the beach, talking. Guess what I forgot to do? Yep. I forgot to apply sunscreen. I am definitely paying for it. We were only there for about two hours, but I am a lobster. The worst part - Not only does it hurt, but I've been having trouble regulating my body temperature (i'm freezing on minute, hot the next). I haven't had a fever though. Plus, my appetite is gone, and I've felt sick to my stomach. So, I think I have sun poisoning (too much sun burn).

Any suggestions on what I can do for this sunburn?

So, as a result, I'm taking a few days off from my 5K training. I'm pretty disappointed, but I should have taken better care of myself. These are the consequences. Anyways, hopefully, I will be back to my runs by Friday.


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    Sun burn is a real bummer! 've used the aloe vera gel with lidocaine in it to soothe the pain. Get well soon.

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POOKASLUAGH 9/4/2012 10:08PM

    This past March, I did the same thing, got a terrible sunburn, and a friend of mine gave me advice I'd never heard before: Apply Noxema (the facial cream, the kind in a tub that smells like astringent) in a thick layer to the sunburn. Then wait for it to soak all the way into your skin (all the white will disappear). Then rinse, and do it again. Apparently, despite Noxema being used for acne now (and my dermatologist says it's the one product on the market that actually makes acne worse), it was originally used for combatting sunburn, way back in the middle of last century, like my grandparents used it. My face was so badly burned that it was blistering, and the Noxema treatment felt sooooo good. I don't know that the sunburn disappeared any quicker than it would have normally, but it certainly made it less painful and it helped me with that whole body temp thing a bit.

I'm sorry you're hurting. I know how horrible that is! I forgot my sunscreen ALL THE TIME!

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MUFFIY831 9/4/2012 9:13PM

    Cool showers, Motrin/Advil, pure aloe, and lots of water. Yikes, sorry you got so crispy!

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JEANNINEMM68 9/4/2012 8:58PM

    Did ya try some Solercane (not sure of spelling) it is an after sun spray. Drink plenty of water also. I am glad that you had a great weekend otherwise. Take it easy for a couple of days and you should be on the mend in no time.

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SEPPIESUSAN 9/4/2012 7:05PM

    Ouch! Um, aloe, and I have this stuff called "after sun body butter" which is really just a thick moisturizer that smells really good. :)

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CHODGES83 9/4/2012 1:32PM

    Ouch! Stay moisturized and hydrated! Hope is passes quickly!

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PAPER_WINGS18 9/4/2012 1:18PM

    Eek. Aloe, aloe, aloe!!! Rest up, take it easy, and just get back the 5k training when you feel better! Hang in there Sam!!


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DRAGONFLY02 9/4/2012 11:20AM

    Sounds like a great weekend, except the sun burn. I didn't get to enjoy the weather yesterday as it rained all day where I live.

That's great that you walked instead of took the shuttle. My DH and I always walk, take stairs, etc. I call it free exercise.

Sorry about the sunburn. I did that once before and went through the feeling freezing than hot thing. I was on a cruise, so there wasn't much I could do other than deal with it. After a couple days, I felt somewhat better. I'm going to the Florida Keys with DH this weekend, so I better make sure to bring the sunscreen as I burn very easily. The only think I can suggest is aloe vera and a tylenol to help with the pain and fever. Might want to call the doctor and see what they suggest.

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CIPHER1971 9/4/2012 10:59AM

    Ouch that sounds really painful. My only advice would be keep hydrated and use an aftersun, heavy duty moisturiser or camoline lotion on your skin.

I hope you heal really fast.

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    I am so sorry! Even though I usually burn faster than everyone else, I've never had one that bad and don't have any advice. I'm assuming water would help, but it might be best just to call your doctor's office and ask to speak to a nurse.

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#82 - Goals.

Friday, August 31, 2012

So, this month, I decided to do goals.

August Weekday Goals:
1. Drink at least six cups of water.
2. Get at least 7.5 hours of sleep.
3. Meditate for ten minutes.
4. Exercise for at least ten minutes.

August Weekend Goals:
1. Drink at least four cups of water.
2. Get at least 8.5 hours of sleep.
3. Limit alcohol (1-2 glasses all weekend)
4. Be wary of the foods eaten; try to track.
5. Sundays = prep food for the week.

August Weekly Goals:
1. Aim for 5 days of working out.
2. Try at least one new recipe.
3. Lose a pound.
4. ST or circuit training at least 3x.

August (Monthly) Goals:
1. Lose at least three pounds (~159 pounds).
2. Workout at least 20x.

Looking back, I didn't do as well as I had hoped. My weekday goals the second half of the month were on target, but the weekends and ST were my downfalls. Plus, since I stayed at my Mom's for two weeks, sometimes these things were tricky to get in. I'm not going to beat myself up over the August goals because I've have some positives things that happened:

1. Signed up for my first 5K.
2. Since signing up, I have been very diligent about getting most of my workouts done (minus ST).
3. I've hit my goal of water almost all month.
4. I'm healthier than I have ever been. I'm finally taking care of my body.
5. I was super stressed out last night and instead of binge eating, I decided to do my workout like I had planned.
6. I have not touched my boyfriend's cake all week. Even when I really wanted it.


August SW: 162.2 lbs
August End Weight: 156 lbs

Total loss in August: 6.2 lbs!

So for September, I think I am going to keep the same goals. I'm going to be aiming to do much better with them this month. I know I can do this!

September SW: 156 lbs

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ALLIEALLIE2 9/3/2012 1:55PM

    emoticon phenomenal job!! emoticon

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CHODGES83 9/3/2012 1:22PM

    Congrats! Keep it up!

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MAD*DREAMER 9/1/2012 12:44PM

    Wow! Awesome August!!! Congrats on the weight loss. Keep it going!

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    Wow! Even though you didn't meet every single goal, you sure had a great August!! 6.2 pounds is fantastic for a month. I'm almost exactly at your August starting weight and would love to hit your ending weight by the end of September. Your progress is inspiring!

Happy, Healthy September to you!

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POOKASLUAGH 8/31/2012 3:10PM

    Wow - you obviously did SOMETHING right this month - fantastic!

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DRAGONFLY02 8/31/2012 11:38AM

    YAY!!!!!!! I knew you'd get into the 150's. I'm about 156 too, I forgot to weigh myself this morning, so I'm not positive. I did get to 155 earlier this month, but I think I gained a pound or 2 back. Hoping you and I make it to the 140s by the end of September. That would be awesome!

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PIXIEMOM13 8/31/2012 11:24AM

    Wow.. those are awesome goals, and even if you didn't achieve them all, I think having them probably helped keep you on track.

I may have to steal that idea of having weekend goals at least... as well as weekly ones. Weekends are often a weak spot for me.

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PAPER_WINGS18 8/31/2012 11:22AM

    Awesome!! What a great August you had! I have no doubt that September will be fannntastic too! Keep up the great work :)


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OLIVIANIGHT 8/31/2012 11:15AM

    emoticon for passing your loss target! I'm sure all the other goals will get into line eventually : )

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BETHIEBOOPS 8/31/2012 11:03AM

    Sounds like you did great in August! Great Job!!

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#81 - Thoughts.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

There has been a change in me over the past few days. My bathroom is fairly small, so before every shower, I am almost forced to look at myself in the mirror (due to lack of space). Usually, I am displeased with how I see myself. However, lately, I have had a different mindset.

In high school, I was petite, but I still had a pudge in the stomach area and my thighs were huge. I sucked in my stomach because I didn't want to be a "fat girl" with skinny friends. It was uncomfortable, but I did it. Even though I didn't want to be the "fat girl", I never took the time to invest in my health. Instead, I ate double cheeseburgers and drank soda every day, if not 3-4 cans a day. I hated my body, but I never did anything about it.

In my first year of college, I put on the lovely "freshman 15". I vowed to myself to start exercising and eating right. That lasted for barely a month. By the time I graduated, I had gained around another 15 pounds. I was even more miserable, but again, I never did anything about it. I hated hanging out with friends because I was so self conscious.

Last April, I joined Spark. I was around 155lbs then. I worked out and ate the best I could, and I lost eight pounds. I decided that football season (tailgating) was more important to me than my health. After a season of tailgating with burgers, chips, soda, and alcohol, I had gained another 20lbs. I was officially at my highest weight of 175lbs. I hated my body even more. When I would vow to lose the weight, I never stayed committed.

Fast forward to June 10th, 2012. I had a few weeks to drop some pounds before I saw my dad in Alaska. I didn't want to miserable on vacation, so I started walking every morning, drank my water, and watched what I ate. When I stepped on the plane to head up there, I was down about 8-9 pounds. I was much happier. I found ways to stay active on the trip. Heck, I only gained 2 lbs! However, when I got back home, I felt that laziness start to set in. I couldn't get back on track for the life of me. I was going to be in a wedding a few weeks after the trip, and that didn't even motivate me enough to get back to it.

Everything changed when I signed up for the 5K in October. I became much more motivated. I always try to drink at least four cups of water (usually more but this is the minimum). I try even harder to watch my portions although I have had several nights where that didn't happened. I'm not always in the mood to exercise especially with these shin splints, but I find a way to get it done. Heck, last Friday night, I didn't have time to go on my run, and I literally started crying (I know, such a baby) because I had left myself down (I would have NEVER felt this way before). When the scale doesn't cooperate, I get sad, but I brush it off (this usually made me quit). Why? I've realized what this journey is all about - being healthy. It's not about a number on the scale even though that helps! It's not about being the skinniest girl in the room. It's about what exercise does to my body, how I feel after a run, and how much of a blessing water is when it re-hydrates me. It's about portions and learning self control. It's being happy where I am at right now. So, the past few days when I have looked in the mirror, I have seen beauty. I have seen health. I'm proud of my body. I don't ever want to be where I was again. I wouldn't trade this feeling in for the world.

My advice to those of you struggling - pick a goal date. It could be a trip or a race and work towards it. Don't let one meal or missed workout mess you up. Why? Because you have something important that you are working towards. I'm telling you the truth when I say - the 5K that I signed up for has changed my life.

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RSPAPRIL281 8/30/2012 4:04PM

    Wow that was so motivating, you are a wonderful writer. emoticon

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MRSSCHENCK 8/30/2012 4:00PM

    Love this blog. Very motivating. Thanks for posting. The date I'm going to pick is in May. My son's college graduation. I know it's his big day but I want to look good in the pics. emoticon

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CHRISDEER 8/30/2012 3:23PM

    Great post! I bet you're going to rock that 5k. (and thanks so much for the comment on my blog entry -- I'm new here and I just assumed I was writing for myself at this point. :)

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NM_JOY 8/30/2012 11:08AM

    Great Job. Thanks for the encouragement. You can do it, just remember why you are doing!

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SPICEMWE 8/30/2012 10:18AM

    Even since we have been SP buds, I have seen a huge change in your outlook. I'm so very proud of you and am inspired by you!!

Keep up the great work. You're going to ROCK that 5K!

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C8TSON 8/29/2012 10:40AM

    emoticon!!! Your motivation, and dedication really shines! It is good to see yourself as a beautiful person. It sounds as though you have really come a long way in enjoying your healthy life journey. Very inspiring, and good to read! And great job on setting the 5K goal! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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POOKASLUAGH 8/29/2012 8:26AM

    I'm glad you finally found what works for you!!

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JEANNINEMM68 8/28/2012 9:01PM

    You are doing a great job! Keep up the good work!

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COMMUNITY10 8/28/2012 8:11PM

    YAY! You're rocking it!!

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MELLYBEANS0919 8/28/2012 3:21PM

    Wonderful! I am so happy for you! :-)

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ALLIEALLIE2 8/28/2012 1:57PM

    This is an emoticon blog!! I'm so glad you are FEELING great in your own skin! You are awesome and inspiring emoticon

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SBRAN833 8/28/2012 1:38PM

    I needed this today!! :) Thank you!! :)

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MNGIRLIE 8/28/2012 1:06PM

    I love that you've totally caught the running bug. It's really what got me going as well. I signed up for a 5k in April and started training for it the October before that. It was the perfect way to stay motivated and keep on track.

I love this blog. So much positivity!!

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MEGS4148 8/28/2012 12:03PM

    This is such a great perspective on things!

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PAPER_WINGS18 8/28/2012 11:06AM

    You are doing fantastic! Hold onto this positivity + motivation-- it is certainly contagious!

Thanks for the inspirational words today. They are much needed!

Keep up the amazing work girl. Your hard work is definitely paying off!

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DRAGONFLY02 8/28/2012 10:49AM

    Thanks for being so candid. Good to know I'm not the only one out there.

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SEPPIESUSAN 8/28/2012 10:47AM

    I agree that a goal really really helps...thank you for the reminder. You're doing awesome.

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  emoticon My first 5K was a huge motivator for me as well! My next one is Sept 30th. emoticon

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MUFFIY831 8/28/2012 10:40AM

    That was very inspirational ... thank you so much for sharing!

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