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Startin Over

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

My original introduction on my Spark Page is about no more excuses. Yet I keep falling into that same way of thinking. At one point I had lost 47 pounds - now looking at my tracker it is obvious that I have gained back 25 of those. The playing games started in July 08 but game time is over and it is time to grow up. My health depends on it. I swore I would never go back to my high weight but I am well on my way. So today I have taken some new steps. I have recalculated my weight loss goal. Looking back - March 8 -3 weeks away-was supposed to be the final goal date and I am far from that. I am back to using sparkpeople for more then the nutrition tracker ( usually not even staying in my limits) and I plan to start posting my goals and accomplishments on my page. Journaling and getting motivation from the teams all helped before so I see no reason that it won't work again. Today is my birthday and it seems like a good day to make a new start and once again stop with the excuses.
First goal - lose 5 pounds (27 pounds on tracker). I hope to accomplish this by month's end. For this I will give myself a spark goody with my next goal reward being something more tangible. I wish myself the courage I need to get there. emoticon
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    Happy birthday!
    Welcome back.There is a whole group of us tha tmessed up last summerbut we are determined that this is it.No excuses. By the winter holidays we should belooking really fine.
    2081 days ago
    Keep on Keeping on . . . I too have gained (15 pounds). . I'm right back where I started . . . I decided yesterday to start over and be commited to my SparkPage . . . I wish you Well . . Best of Luck to you, Sherry
    2081 days ago
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