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Staying motivated

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Since joining SP I've been so motivated to stay on program. I've recently tried WW "Wendie Plan" which is varying daily points but still staying within the allowed weekly points. Now some SP friends have been urging me to try tracking with SP and figuring calories instead of points. I truly need to get moving too, more than just walking now and then! Even my doctor recently told me to get to exercising! Let's hope this gets me moving downward again so I can reach that goal by fall! I'm tired of being a turtle! emoticon Here I come leaping past the finish line.... emoticon
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  • v MISSOURI_RAIN
    Hi there!

    So how is the wendie plan going for you?

    I've been keeping a note book to keep track of my pts and calories both, still just taking it one day at a time.

    Good luck to you!
    Hugs,
    2635 days ago
  • v SONRIDGE
    Thanks, Michelle. You look so good in your pics! I hope one day to get there too. emoticon I don't have time to do much blogging on SP but always check the articles and recipes, etc. This weekend I'm going to try tracking on SP and see how many calories, etc. I'm taking in on WW. It is a balanced program but with my assigned points down to only 18/day I just can't get in everything I'm supposed to (i.e. 2 dairy, etc.) When I lost on WW before I could eat all the food I was supposed to. So, go figure! No wonder my body is in starvation mode now!
    2635 days ago
  • v ZELLAZM
    Nice to see you posting again!

    I've never done WW, so I can't compare...but tracking calories works for me! Maybe just having a new way to measure will shake things up some and keep you motivated?

    Have a great weekend!

    Michelle
    2635 days ago
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