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Friday, March 12, 2010

So here it is the 12th of March, 2010. I found Sparks over 2 years ago, it has changed my life and I feel like I know what I should be doing to get where I need to be. I still exercise and enjoy it, I lost like 40 lbs but have gained alot of it back because I slacked off on the eating right. I am really trying to focus more and be more consistent. I have let things and people get in my way and derail me. I bought The Spark and it reminded me of the importance of Goal setting, key to any success story.

I set new goals and realistic ones that will help me become more consistent in my journey to a better me. I do feel healthier and one of the things that I struggle with is eating the right portions, slowing down when I eat and to try and refrain from eating out of bags or in front of the television (which is hard because we eat popcorn while we watch a movie).

My main goal has always been to be a healthy and fit (and hopefully thinner) woman, mother, wife, and grandmother and to enjoy life to the fullest. I really do love what I have learned here at Sparks and hope to learn even more on my journey to a better me!

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    The day we quit learning is the day we die!! Keep moving forward and remember this is a journey not a destination :D

    Much love and belly kisses
    2898 days ago
  • LEEANNE1980
    Never give up. I have learned alot on Spark and still have alot to learn but the thing that has helped me the most is the the shortened time between fails. If I go off the wagon it isn't days, weeks or months before I dust myself off and go again. Everyday his a new opportunity to do a little better than the day before. It is great not to on the journey feeling like we are completely alone. God bless.
    2899 days ago
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