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Saturday, January 08, 2011

The past few months were especially stressful for me as I went through my first semester of grad school. So, even though I'd just begun working at losing weight, I thought it best to just try to maintain.

But I'm happy to say, I actually lost weight during this time! Not a lot, but enough to feel like I made a little progress.

My health problems have improved during the past 6 months also, so I'm hoping to start a regular walking schedule to help me keep losing, even if it happens slowly.

Oh, and I was finally able to buy a battery for my scale and it still works - so I'll be weighing on a more regular basis.

This is so encouraging to me! Well, I'll let you know how I do during this next four month semester. I'm looking forward to reporting more progress!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MAMASHAWN 1/12/2011 2:55PM

    What a great thing you're doing. I have a dear friend with that degree from NWCU.

Where you are is such a beautiful place to walk. I didn't appreciate the rich vegetation (and even the rain) until we'd moved away. I'm so looking forward to going back to my hometown. Maybe I'll see you around! :)

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BUGSMOM211 1/8/2011 12:08PM

    emoticon Keep on Keeping on!!

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MARY1313 1/8/2011 10:50AM

    Alright! that is awesome! Glad you are going to be able to walk, and yes do take it show! GREAT!!!!


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JEANUT 1/8/2011 6:28AM

    emoticon Congrats on the weight loss.
Glad to hear your health is improving

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1BEACHWALKER 1/8/2011 4:39AM

    Good to hear from you! Great that you are losing the weight! Walking Is the best exercise! That is what has been the best for me! Check in more often- miss you! Connie

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