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Making Life Fun Again.

Sunday, January 02, 2011

Happy New Year to the new you and "me". So many times people put on the wish list to loose weight, why not change that to being healthier. To get one's life back. Remember when life was simple when one was younger, and fun?

Where did the fun go? Starting a "diet" or let's say a "Do-it", lets put the "fun" back in it. Walking with a group of friends, or your family can be fun, taking a hike which you haven't done for quite awhile, Put the "fun" back in, and you'll see how easy becoming healthier can be.

Watching your calorie intake with become alot easier. Looking forward to the fun with friends and family each day or every other day will lift one's spirits.

Will there be obstacles? MANY! Keep the GOAL and FUN in close, don't loose sight of it.

My "wish" for this year, to run the Columbus Marathon in October, to keep to my calorie count and budget for the household( that will be a challenge), and to be healthier.

Hoping for a Blessed 2011, and may all your "FUN" and wishes come to be.
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  • v EVWINGS
    How are you doing with putting the fun back in your workouts?
    1940 days ago
  • v CYCLEGIRL5
    Lets put the fun back in this team. FRIENDS OF TRUMBULL AND MAHONING COUNTY ROCK!!! emoticon
    1966 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/7/2011 10:28:30 PM
  • v KENMAC116
    Keeping it fun is the key. I am starting my quest to find things I like to do that burns calories. Great blog, Thanks!!
    2001 days ago
  • v ABBYSERRANO_05
    I completely agree with you!!! If it's not fun exercising and eating right can become frustrating. So I'm with yah! Lets put the fun back in it! :) Happy New Year to you! Lets make this year the best! emoticon
    2002 days ago
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