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RYANLEEV

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How do I start again??

Monday, December 14, 2009

Wow!! I've been away from Spark for six months, and I'm starting to feel how overwhelmed I must have felt the first day I signed up at the beginning of this year. While I've been away from Spark for so long, I haven't been completely away from the healthy life I want to live. I've still been exercising, however sporadically, and still eating moderately healthy and within reason. I've only gained about 5 of the pounds back that I lost earlier this year. So now, I'm in a re-evaluation phase, and I want to get completely back on track with all my life, health, and weight-loss goals!! So, here I am - feeling a little overwhelmed, and a lot excited, and hoping that it's never too late to to pick up the slack and rejoin the ranks.

There are so many people I want to visit and reconnect with, and so many SparkGoodies I want to leave for my SparkFriends, and so many threads I want to post on, and so many blogs I want to write, and so many SparkPoints I want to earn!! Right now, however I really need to go work out, so hopefully over the next couple of days, I can start with all those exciting things!!

How do I start again?? With one thing at a time, I guess...
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  • v RYANSMOMMY58
    Getting back on Spark seems like a good first step towards starting again :) I am just getting back on here as well, just to start reconnecting with everyone so that I can get right back on track after the baby is born :) 23 more days hehe. Anyway welcome back!! You always helped me feel so motivated and I look forward to reaching our goals soon :)
    2365 days ago
  • v 2008GINA
    Never too late to start again. Hang in there! You're going to get back into it and do great emoticon
    2383 days ago
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