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Thank You To The Guy On The Motorcylce

Friday, November 07, 2014

You don't know me and only crossed my path for a few seconds, but those few seconds just made my day. I've been self confidence about walking and dancing at the same time. I want to boost a move, but been worried about what others think about me.

So when you saw me boost a move and yelled out "Hey Baby!" It really made me smile and kept me dancing the rest of the way on my walk. We probably will never meet each other again, but thank you for that moment. It's helped to boost my confidence. And trust me I needed that.

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REJOHNSON3 11/7/2014 2:36PM

    You are setting the mood, and things look good. Just keep doing it too. Set your goals and work toward them.

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tracked for an entire day.

Friday, November 07, 2014

Even though I went a bit over my calorie range I manages to track all my food today. I also stayed in fat carb and protein ranges for the day. I can't remember the last time I succeeded in that goal. Now to do it again tomorrow and get some more water.

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FERRETLOVER1 11/7/2014 6:44AM

    Good for you! Keep up the great work!

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ROX525 11/7/2014 5:22AM

    Great job! Keep doing it!

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Starting over for the last time!

Thursday, July 31, 2014

I've been slacking off way to much and need a whole new start.
I'm doing schooling online and have no excuses to not be doing some form of exercise. Much less tracking my food.

My goals are simple:

1) track my food for an entire week

2) work out at least 3 times this week.

3) lose at least 1 lb. this week

Wish me luck.

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DAISY-HIBANA 8/2/2014 3:33PM

    No Luck required! You can crush it! emoticon

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So Proud of myself today

Thursday, January 09, 2014

So while riding the bus to school an old woman brought up the conversation about mental health. However she was using the term psycho. I my self have bipolar disorder and immediately was correcting her.

I first told her it was called mental illness not the term she was using. She tried to correct me and say that was the medical term for the conditions. So I continued to tell her why she was wrong and that it is a derogatory term. She told me this, "If they think it's a derogatory term than they most be derogatory them self."

That made me scream a bit inside while keeping a calm on the outside. There were some choice words I badly wanted to say to her, but I knew to prove my point I had to stay calm and focus.

I than told her, "We are not derogatory and I my self have a mental illness. I'm a student with a GPA above 3.0 and a well rounded individual. Using such a term is like using a derogatory term for races" She didn't want to hear it and the subject got turned over to coupons that came in the mail yesterday. I won the argument. WooHoo!!!!

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FITN2014-TSP 1/12/2014 1:32PM

    Good for you. And congrats on your fight to battle bipolar disorder. You do a great job making good things happen in your life despite your mental illness. Keep up the great. work

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Are you comforatable in your own skin

Monday, November 04, 2013

One thing I've had to do is get use to myself in my own skin. It's hard to accept this current body of mine as beautiful, but the more I stay in the 'nude' the more I embrace the beauty my skin provides.

How do you embrace yourself to fill beautiful?

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YAGERMONSTER 11/11/2013 6:02AM

    All of those women are sexy. I was and I'm still kind of comfortable in my skin, but as I've gotten older.. My body has started growing hair along my earlobes, out my nose and earholes and I've even seen a patch on my lower back! Luckily, I don't have hair on my upper back (yet) but I'm afraid one day I will. Then I think I'd have to wear a shirt all the time. :(

It's a different kind of self-concienceness. But other than that, I am happy with whatever my weight is.

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IGSBETH 11/4/2013 2:16PM


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AUNTB63 11/4/2013 8:39AM

    We all feel we have body "flaws". I am learning to not look at those flaws, but rather look at where I was and where I am right now. It also helps that DH loves me no matter my size....although I must admit he compliments me everyday on how great/sexy etc. I look. Got to like that extra reinforcement LOL emoticon

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PRAIRIECROCUS 11/4/2013 1:30AM

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SUSANBEAMON 11/4/2013 12:50AM

  positive self-talk. good to hear and see.

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MLEHTO 11/4/2013 12:18AM

    Good points.

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AJB121299 11/4/2013 12:16AM


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