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RICHLADY39
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Got Back on Track

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Yesterday morning I went back to a W/W meeting - as a lifetime member I only have to weigh in 1x per month - I am way over, and I knew it. I am determined to get this weight off - I cannot stand what I look & feel like. I will be going to the meetings weekly - I can sit in on them w/o weighing in...

I absolutely refuse to buy new clothes, so my goal is to be down by 5% by the next weigh in and 10% 2 months later. Final goal to be at my goal weight by the September weigh in - maybe before since I will be exercising at the 24 Hr Fitness center at least 3x a week. I have decided to change my bedtime habits and get up early to either get out for a walk or use Leslie Sansone's WATP tape on the days I am not at the gym.

It took 3-4 years to get this weight on, but it's going to take me 6 months to get it off and then keep it off. The additional benefit is that I will feel better, be fitter and my cholesterol #'s will be down....

The more energy I have the easier it will be for me to be working...

I'm going to emoticon some butt (off)
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  • v RICHLADY39
    you got a deal -- looks like we have to throw away the same # of lbs!!!!

    I weigh in tomorrow - it better be more than the .8 oz that I threw away last week!!!!

    I am re-training my brain to get me into bed early so i can be out walking the few days that I don't go to 24 hr fitness.... emoticon
    2302 days ago
  • v LILYBELLE8
    Sounds to me like you are giving yourself a "pep talk" but in the process, you gave me one as well! Thanks! Here's a deal for you: Let's check back with each other once a week, sort of like our own WW weigh-in and honestly account for our gains (yuck) or losses (hooray!). Interested in this challenge?
    2303 days ago
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