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I Love The 00's

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

So I've started reading the Staff blogs again (Gittin' me mah SparkPointz, BOYIEEE!!!!). I found two blogs both about the eighties one was about 80's workout fashion trends and one was about the 50 best workout songs of the 80's. There seems to be a lot of nostalgia surrounding the 1980's. The other decades must feel so neglected.

Me? My high times in life were the late 1990's and very early 2000's.

So for those who want to get out of the 1980's and not deal with the 90's I give you my list of 50 favorite workout songs from 00's. Put these on your Walkma...... sorry, iPod and enjoy!!!

What do you think? What were your favorites from last decade?

Faded - Soul Decision (2000)
When It's Over - Sugar Ray (2000)
In The End - Linkin Park (2000)
Li da Di - Amber (2000)
You Rock My World - Michael Jackson (2000)

Smooth Criminal - Alient Ant Farm(2001)
Bouncing Off The Wall - Sugarcult(2001)
Pacific Coast Party - Smash Mouth (2001)
Fat Lip - Sum 41 (2001)

I'd do anything - Simple Plan (2002)
Ketchup Song - Las Ketchup (2002)
My Friends Over You - New Found Glory (2002)
Walk With Me - Seven and the Sun (2002)
Punk Rock 101 - Bowling for Soup (2002)
Girl All the Bad Guys Want = Bowling For Soup (2002)
Addicted - Simple Plan (2002)
All the Things She Said - tAtU (2002)
Remedy - Jason Mraz (2002)

Toxic - Britney Spears (2003)
Mr. Bartender - Sugar Ray (2003)
On the Way Down - Ryan Cabrerea (2003)
I Believe in a thing called love - The Darkness (2003)
Swing Swing Swing - All American Rejects (2003)
Amazing - Josh Kelley (2003)

Let's get it started - Black Eyed Peas (2004)
Nobody's Home - Avril Levigne (2004)
Get Right - Jennifer Lopez (2004)
Pieces of Me - Ashlee Simpson(2004)
Accidentally in Love - Counting Crows (2004)
With you - Jessica Simpson (2004)
Somebody Told me - The Killers(2004)

Dirty Little Secret - All American Rejects (2005)
Dance, Dance - Fallout boy(2005)
L.O.V.E - Ashlee Simpson (2005)

My Love - Justin Timberlake (2006)
Hips Don't Lie - Shakira(2006)

Paralyzer - Finger Eleven (2007)
I like you just the Way You Are - Timbaland (2007)
Car Crash - Matt Nathanson (2007)
Take You - Sean Kingston (2007)

4 Minutes - Madonna (2008)
Viva La Vida - ColdPlay (2008)
Stay Beautiful - The Last Goodnight (2008)
So What - Pink (2008)
Elevator Flo Rida (2008)

Evacuate The DanceFloor - Cascada (2009)
Don't Trust Me - 3oh3 (2009)
Don't Stop - (Ke$ha) (2009)
Fire Buring on the Dance Floor - Sean Kingston(2009)
Sugar - Flo Rida(2009)

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AZCUPCAKE 3/9/2010 3:37PM

    Thanks for the suggestions! I see some fun music on here that will DEFINITELY spice up my MP3 player! You are the MAN! emoticon

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HICALGAL 3/3/2010 5:01PM

    i'll take a dozen in red and purple! emoticon

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TSEWARD 3/3/2010 6:47AM

    Great List! I must admit there were a few I didn't know either, but I LOVE Remedy. Like the concept of not worrying my life away. Thanks for giving other decades a chance to shine!

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STEELERCRAZY 3/2/2010 11:50PM

    Help me! I'm a seventies classic rocker! But then again, I ride a motorcycle and dig guys with long hair. I do like Pink and Flo Rida though. Cool list. Love it!

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1DEBIE1 3/2/2010 11:27PM

    wow, this old lady...and I even reconize a couple of those songs...hahaha.

I'm more into heavier rock, since I bike. Need the head pounding, heavy beat when I'm pumping it up the hills....bring on Def Leppard, Aerosmith, Guns n' Roses, Kiss, Ozzie, Marilyn Manson, Twisted Sister, and many of the other Big Hair 80's bands as well as some techno for long stretches.

Thanks for the list buddy

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My Stummy Still Hurts...

Monday, March 01, 2010

Below is a repost of a blog 4 months ago that is sadly as true today as it was then. Ugh.

Originally Posted 10/29/2009
Like O...M...G (Note the capital letters and ellipses for emphasis). If there was an international "My stomach feels really gross" contest being held right now, I would probably come in second (Not too far behind that frat guy who drank 3 cups of battery acid to impress nobody in particular (*1)). I feel like I just ate potato salad where the chef was torn as to whether s/he should use 2 year old warm mayonnaise, 6 ounces of crushed ibuprofen, or enough vinegar to K.O a Clydesdale (*2).

Yuck! I just finished a four day binge. We're talking thousands of calories. Last night I rang in at 4300 calories by the end of dinner. My stomach hurts even now, a whole day removed(and I actually ate well today (*3)).

Anyway, it's time to waddle on forward and get back on the Spark Diet train again. All aboard!!!!! (Choo CHOO!!!)

- TD out (of it).

(*1) I should call him to congratulate him for his victory. No sense in being a sore loser

(*2) S/he opted for "all of the above"

(*3) Probably why I only placed second in the contest.

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DAWN-MARIE3 3/9/2010 6:44PM

    We have all been there one time or another, (or a thousand times as in my case) but what really counts is that you realize that you messed up and got back on track.

So I can say congrats on getting right back on that "Clydesdale."

Your doing GRRRRREAT!


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AZCUPCAKE 3/9/2010 3:39PM

    No worries, TD. We have all been there. Recently, in fact. Thanks for your honesty. Now I don't feel so bad about MY "last time." emoticon

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HICALGAL 3/3/2010 4:56PM

    you crack me up because i can soooo relate!!! guess it just takes longer for some things to click than others, but when it does...more power to us!!!

hope your sore stummy is feeling better. emoticon

Comment edited on: 3/3/2010 4:57:07 PM

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1DEBIE1 3/1/2010 10:08PM

    okie you waddled up to the trough, and now you are paying the price for your indulgence.

Did you get it all out of the way? Hopefully so...I know the feeling...gawd, I could just consume ice cream in massive quantities.

So, I know that if I have it in the house, I eat it, therefore I keep it out and FORCE myself to go to the store to buy it. That helps weed out the craving and pig-out sessions

Sorry you ate so much to make your stomach hurt, but I hope you are able to cut back the next time the urge comes over you.

Good luck

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SROBBINS02 3/1/2010 9:30PM

    What's a Clydesdale?

And dude... as Lisa Simpson would say, meh. And I think we all know that that is actually very wise advice coming from a yellow animated 8 year old. As JACKIEUSE says... reset button. Can't be used every day, as it only recharges every so often, but it is invaluable emoticon

Peace out. emoticon

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YOGINI_JACKIE 3/1/2010 7:56PM

    Just hit that reset button--you can get there!

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So What Would a Smart Alec Say to These?

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

OK, enough blog drama for awhile. While I take the next couple of weeks to sort my life out, I want to share with you the worst Truth or Dare game I've EVER played. And a three and a two and a one and a....

1. What time did you get up this morning?
This morning? Jeez, can't a guy sleep in?

2. How do you like your steak?
On my plate.

3. What was the last film you saw at the cinema?
Dumb and Dumberer: (How could that movie have POSSIBLY failed?)

4. What is your favorite TV show?
Old re-runs of "Cop Rock".

5. If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be?
What do you mean "if"? I do live in the world.

6. What did you have for breakfast?
The tears of a smurf

7. What is your favorite cuisine?
I didn't become a SparkPerson by being so discerning.

8. What foods do you dislike?
The ones that disliked me first (except for chocolate)

9. Favorite Place to Eat?
I didn't become a SparkPerson by being so discerning.

10. Favorite dressing?
The one first thing in the morning. The rest are bonus.

11.What kind of vehicle do you drive?
a 1956 Dodge LeFemme ( )

12. What are your favorite clothes?
They're like my children. I don't have any favorites.

13. Where would you visit, this weekend, if you had the chance?
The washroom.

14. Cup 1/2 empty or 1/2 full?
I'm more of a 3/5 full guy. Cautiously optimistic

15. Where would you want to retire?
The 1990's

16. Favorite time of day?
Hammer Time!!! de de de du duh!!

17. Where were you born?
I don't know. I was there but kind of young....

18. What is your favorite sport to watch?
any of these (

19. How many siblings?
Do imaginary ones count?

20. Favorite pastime/hobby?
Filling out useless questionairres.

21. Who are you most curious about their responses to this?
People responding to this is a curiosity in and of itself.

22. Bird watcher?
I prefer to call them ladies. But hey I'm English, I can deal.

23. Are you a morning person or a night person?
I'm an afternoon person.

24. Do you have any pets?
Do imaginary ones count?

25. Any new and exciting news you'd like to share?
) This is why I kept on the D-Lo at mine.

26. What did you want to be when you were little?

27. What is your best childhood memory?
Being let out of the dungeon.

28. Are you a cat or dog person?
Noooooooo, I'm just a plain old person person!!!! Sure there are people who are part doggie or kitty and that's fine, but that's NOT ME!!!!!!1

29. Are you married?
Like OMG, the quiz is totally hitting on me *blushes*

30. Always wear your seat belt?
Usually only when in a car......usually.

31. Been in a car accident?
My life arguably is one.

32. Any pet peeves?
Yes, people who make quizzes that passively ask a yes/no question to get the taker to expound on their ans......Shoot!!

33. Favorite Pizza Toppings?
) What else?

34. Favorite Flower?
Sure *blushes* I told you not to call me that in public.

35. Favorite ice cream?
See pictures in below answer's link.

36. Favorite fast food restaurant?
) Need I say more?

37. How many times did you fail your driver's test?
Wait, you mean people can pass it?

38. From whom did you get your last email?
I sent one to myself telling me to stop sending myself emails. I'm going to reply with a "Thank you" one.

39. Which store would you choose to max out your credit card?
Anyone that sells "get yourself out of debt" books.

40. Do anything spontaneous lately?
Yes, decided to fill out this quiz

41. Like your job?
I'm actually very different than it. You know, because I'm like a person and it's kind of not.

42. Broccoli?
No thanks, I'm driving

43. What was your favorite vacation?
My three week stay in Tenney, MN (,
). Who WhEEEEEE!!!! I love my travel agent!!

44. Last person you went out to dinner with?
Do imaginary ones count?

45. What are you listening to right now?
The voices in my head asking me why I didn't stop at question 30.

46. What is your favorite color?

47. How many tattoos do you have?
Not as many as THIS guy ( dontdatethatdude.files.wordpr

48. How many people will fill this out?

49. What time did you finish this quiz?
I haven't finished it yet!!!!! There's still a question!!! Look!!!! RIGHT BELOW!!!! SEE!!!?? 50!!!?? McFLY!!!??

50. Coffee Drinker?
No, I'm a coffee SMOKER!!! Jeez, who came up with these?

I hope that that helped.

- TD Out

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KRITKRIT 3/8/2010 10:28AM

    That was the best 5 minute read ever! You kill me!!!!! I need more of your humor!!!!

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V-RON_CAN 3/4/2010 11:48PM

    he he.. I havent seen one of these in ages. Way to bring it back FWD: FWD: FWD: style

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LEOLO_1 3/4/2010 11:32PM

    Excellent....! Thank you for posting...


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AZCUPCAKE 2/27/2010 11:05AM

    Try to convince your devoted fans that you are not a successful stand-up comedian....JUST TRY! You are TOO FUNNY - almost illegally too funny! Thanks for the bellylaffs! emoticon

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STEELERCRAZY 2/24/2010 11:12PM

    Okay, now that I've almost peed myself, WHERE DID YOU COME UP WITH THESE?? The tears of a Smurf? Favorite childhood memory is being let out of the dungeon? LOL! You're great. Thanks for the awesome laugh!

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SROBBINS02 2/24/2010 6:41AM

    Yo dude.

I heart numbers 7 and 9 the best I think. They appeal to me and my lack of discernationmentalitly.

e also established that you're not a furry (28)...


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    *LMAO!* You crack me the he11 up man. lol

PLEASE tell me you participate in extreme ironing and that you have videographic proof.

is videographic a word?

hmm . . .

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KELLYGIRL77 2/23/2010 8:14PM

    Haha, love it. For whatever reason #29 cracked me up. I hate these quizzes, thanks for putting a fun spin on it.

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Thank you, Friends

Monday, February 22, 2010

Thank you so much for your comments, emails and page comments on my last blog post. You have no idea how much they mean to me. You all gave me much to think about. I will process it all this week.

Please don't misunderstand. I'm not giving up on the weight loss. I'm more concerned about being able to make it and stay there. I feel as though I don't have a strong foundation and that is what I'm looking to build.

I need to do some serious meditation on it all. Over the next couple of weeks I will ponder what all y'all have said, I will comment on your posts and statuses. It actually just occurred to me that I could comment on statuses and it might be helpful (special thanks for commenting on my statuses Thursday and Friday). I have traditionally only commented on blog posts. Finally, I will invest all of my article reading to the motivation category.

I am blessed to have you as friends.

Much Love.

TD Out.

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SROBBINS02 2/23/2010 2:41AM

    Yo dude. I think I agree with STLRZGRRL... we need to work on getting you happier with you, no matter where you are. Then we can start making refinements :) emoticon

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STLRZGRRL 2/22/2010 7:35PM


My humble opinion, TD, is that YOU are not too impressed with that guy you see in the mirror. I know.

Some days that chick peering back at me is not anyone I want to hang out with, either...

But it really... I mean really, really, really, really, REALLY doesn't matter what ANYone else thinks about how you look or what you do or what you're doing or not doing... YOU are the only vote that counts.

You need to come up with whatever it is that is going to make a difference... TO YOU!

It doesn't matter how interesting or funny or bright or good-looking or even how healthy WE all think you are... YOU have to do that part...

And we will be sad with you when you are unhappy and we will say YIPPEE when you are glad and when you have to kill something, we will bring the shovels...

I KNOW you can find that place inside you that will give meaning to the time you have decided to put in on this planet... and when you find it... I am going to be the first one to say YIPPEE!!!!

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Burnt out. Help Appreciated.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

There are two questions that haunt me. One perplexes me and keeps me in a complete tail spin weight loss wise. The other one is the one that I am more afraid of than anything else in the world.

Question 1: Why exactly am I doing this?

SparkPeople has three clear pillars of success: nutrition, fitness and motivation. While it's easy to only focus the first two because they are tangible and clearly contribute to weight loss, don't underestimate the third. When you're falling down on diet and nutrition, it's the motivation that reminds you why you started and why you should pick it all back up and try yet again.

There in-lies a problem for me. I've never really thought this whole motivation thing through. I mean, I've thought about it, but never really came up with anything. I'm an accomplishment oriented numbers type of person so just accomplishing something usually keeps me going. But still. I don't have what it takes, motivation-wise, to keep trying to lose weight when I'm tempted or have a bad week.

But let's assume for a second I scrounged and found something to trick myself into being motivated enough(health, physical appearance, etc.). I choked the pounds off and made my goal weight. Alas, the second far more daunting question awaits:

Question 2: So what?

Yeah, I went there. So what if I lost the weight? Would my life be any better or even different. So what if I'm healthy? Will my friends care about me any more or less. I have a desk job. My boss/company doesn't care if I'm healthy or not (nor should they), as long as I can help contribute to the bottom line.

And so what about my physical appearance? There isn't a human being on this planet who is less interested in being in a relationship than I am. So what if I were the most attractive person in the world. Who would benefit? Again, so what?

The only possible benefit might be a longer life and even that actually being a benefit is up for debate to me. Heck, I have a family member who has made it explicitly clear that my life so far has represented more of an ever increasing problem for them than a blessing. (I don't think harshly toward them. I hate to agree with them, but they are kind of right). My friends are all going to ultimately get married and I'm probably going to end up alone.

Frankly, I would rather only deal with a couple more decades on this planet than have a "long healthy life" (if God would so grant).

Basically I'm burnt out on trying to lose weight because I really don't have any really serious motivation to get to my goal. Once I get there, I don't have any real reason to sustain the weight loss.

So, what motivates you? What is your reason for losing weight? If you're there,what got you there? What has kept you there? What difference will it make for you? What are your thoughts? Any insights are appreciated.

I love my SparkFriends very much. If I have been a blessing to you I consider that an honor worth fighting for, but the other 22-23 hours a day can be a very heavy burden.

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AZCUPCAKE 2/27/2010 11:11AM

    Okay, so you are both funny AND intelligent....I can only hope you don't give up on yourself EVER! The world is a better place because you are in it. It is that simple. And if that isn't motivating, I am a total idiot! Seriously, hang in there. I am responding to this blog posting belatedly, but it saddened me that you are struggling with this whole motivation issue. Don't overanalyze when you are tired, down, or feel broken. It is dangerous territory even when we feel strong and well-armed! Just know you are LOVED, even when you don't FEEL like it! emoticon

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HICALGAL 2/20/2010 9:54PM

    you aren't the first nor will you be the last to experience burn out. i've not only burnt out but crashed landed for long periods of time (6 mos, a year, longer)
until i felt ready to attempt to scale mt everest again, cause that's what it felt like most days.

motivation is overated to me. it gets you going but isn't enough to sustain one over a long period of time...especially if there's lots to lose. for me, i needed something more to keep the flame lit. a fitness goal kept me in the game. i know if i had to lose weight for a trip, upcoming event, etc...from experience, it won't happen.

what motivated me...fear....of experiencing obese related problems (heart
attack, stroke, diabetes, blindness, amputations, etc) in my senior years.

what keeps me going...ego and pride....of depending on or being a burden to
anyone...and a fitness goal to strive for, other than weight loss.

what difference has it made in my life...aside from feeling like a million dollars.....high self esteem, feeling worthy, deserving and loveable. when i wake up, i can't wait to get out there and give back what i've gained. happiness, joy, contentment, love...too mushy....that's how i feel.

excess weight not only kept me from my potential but from my true self...not anymore. hope you find your answers because deserve the best out of life...we all do!

peace out and within! emoticon

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DAMOTIVATION 2/20/2010 1:50PM

    It's hard to describe the "why" except to say that I feel so much better now. For one thing, I am stronger. I have more energy. I feel more like "me" now that I've shed the bad habits and extra weight. I don't feel trapped any more.

I guess I feel a bit more in control. At least about some things. I do get bored and back track on occasion, but achieving a healthy state of being and living in a more balanced fashion does feel so much better than where I was stuck before.

Think about how you are contributing to the "quality" of your life (rather than its duration). Our bodies can either serve or limit us as we age. Vanity aside, I want to be able to "go" and "do" for as long as possible. Figure this is my investment to make now.

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TOOTERFISH 2/20/2010 10:10AM

    Weight loss will not 'fix' anything other than your weight.

If you have a problem with self-esteem, you will still have a problem with self-esteem, unless that is being worked on too.

Life wont magically be better, funner, cooler, happier just by achieving weightloss... unless those goals are also strived for.

You want a better life, plan and work at it.
want more fun? add activities that Are fun to your life
more happiness -- well, define that, and do things to make you happy.

Goals are ever changing - Up until this moment (or slightly before you decided to write your blog) weightloss Was your goal.
and you Have achieved a certain amount of success with this focus --
now it appears you are saying Why? What for? because somewhere in your thoughts you HAVE reached your planned goals (even if it isnt the 195 pounds of your tracker)
You know what a lowering on the scale feels like. You know what getting into smaller, uber cool jeans feels like. You know how it feels to have better control of your eating, and overcoming tempting situations... you've celebrated these successes (Woot! Go You!) You were at those Wahoo Parties, 'cause you were the guest of honor.
so what's next?

I cant answer that for you -- but it would be something like... what Havent you experienced? (and please excuse my ignorance, i havent read all your blogs -- so this is coming from nowhere)
Have you ever felt what it's like to train for and finish a race?
Have you ever felt what it is like to create then execute a weightlifting regimen?
Have you ever felt what it's like to climb to the top of a very tall place and open your arms to the wind and sun?
What's the next Hoorah party you want to attend?

All those 'have you's' will have to be specific to you -- and whether those are things You want to accomplish. And depending on what you choose -- they can tie into the standing goal of getting to the ultimate number on your tracker (which you havent felt yet.)

Let your dreams guide you to What's next? Let your heart tell you What for? When you know, you wont be asking Why? Cause you'll be planning for your next Party.

Hugs and peace to you

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MARENAMOO 2/20/2010 9:23AM

    What motivates me. I am ashamed of how I look and I avoid friends and social situations because of it. I am not that overweight and I know I am giving it too much power but still it takes up a lot of space in my brain and it keeps telling my brain - "brain, this weight is because you are worthless and we - each pound - are only confirming it by making you look worthless". Then I let everything else confirm that. So a comment from family, a poorly cooked meal, housework or paperwork that is left undone - keeps pounding it on the poor brain - worthless.

So I am sending a different message to my brain. Let's try some healthy living and see how you feel about yourself in a week or month. Some small strides to a much bigger goal than just weight loss. The goal is a fundamental shift in viewpoint.

I think this is what you need - a shift in viewpoint - the problem is you don't see the worth in that shift. Yet.. But who knows what a few pounds lost and a healthier body will bring. Maybe nothing but a longer life but it may bring something more worthwhile and you won't know unless you stick it out.

I think each person has value and something to contribute. The work and goal is digging down and finding it - even in ourselves. So stick it out and see how you feel then.

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MARENAMOO 2/20/2010 9:23AM

    What motivates me. I am ashamed of how I look and I avoid friends and social situations because of it. I am not that overweight and I know I am giving it too much power but still it takes up a lot of space in my brain and it keeps telling my brain - "brain, this weight is because you are worthless and we - each pound - are only confirming it by making you look worthless". Then I let everything else confirm that. So a comment from family, a poorly cooked meal, housework or paperwork that is left undone - keeps pounding it on the poor brain - worthless.

So I am sending a different message to my brain. Let's try some healthy living and see how you feel about yourself in a week or month. Some small strides to a much bigger goal than just weight loss. The goal is a fundamental shift in viewpoint.

I think this is what you need - a shift in viewpoint - the problem is you don't see the worth in that shift. Yet.. But who knows what a few pounds lost and a healthier body will bring. Maybe nothing but a longer life but it may bring something more worthwhile and you won't know unless you stick it out.

I think each person has value and something to contribute. The work and goal is digging down and finding it - even in ourselves. So stick it out and see how you feel then.

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SANDKARMA 2/20/2010 9:09AM

    You are doing this for you. Not your friends, your family, your future girlfriend, the world. For you. To honor yourself by feeding your body healthy, nutritious food. To exercise that body so that it runs well. It might help to consider the journey instead of the destination. Yes, one day you will reach your goal weight. Then you will have another goal and that goal will be to continue to live the best life that you can, by making healthy choices for yourself. I know that in my life the healthier I am, the happier I am. As you get older you will appreciate your body and what it can do for you much more, believe me!

So, to answer your rhetorical questions of who benefits, you will. You will feel better and look better. So when you do look in the mirror the person looking back at you will smile and say "thanks for taking such good care of me!".

I hope this helps a little.......

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MSEMMASNANA 2/20/2010 9:00AM

    Well, the most important reason I think is that you are responsible for yourself and valuing oneself is key to motivation. If I am worth it than it is important to be doing this. It is far easier to give in to mindless eating with a disregard for what I am putting in my mouth. Today is the first day of the rest of your life, treat yourself as a valuable asset to this world, you know you are. emoticon

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