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.6 lbs was a bigger deal than I realized

Monday, March 07, 2011

I only lost .6 lbs this week and that wasn't the greatest news. However, when I plugged in the numbers to my excel spreadsheet, I realized that I reached a major milestone. That .6 lbs was enough to push me over 50% of the way to my overall goal! Its good to finally be 1/2 way there!

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SKYEPHOENIX 3/8/2011 10:26AM


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CYBERQT 3/8/2011 8:49AM


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    That is a huge milestone! Congrats!

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BABYBY2012 3/8/2011 8:27AM

    emoticon that must be such a great feeling!!!

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MRSSMITH622 3/7/2011 7:28PM

    Way to go!

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WALLAHALLA 3/7/2011 11:17AM

    Good for you! If you don't think 0.6 is so much, weigh out that much, and carry is around your wrist, or your neck for awhile. That will quickly point out to you that it is an annoying amount, and you are NOT carrying it any more! Can't wait to reach my half-way point, too.

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DR1939 3/7/2011 9:10AM

    emoticon Half way there is a major accomplishment.

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AGASSIFAN 3/7/2011 9:05AM

    ANY time the scale goes down at my weekly weigh-in, is a GREAT time....

emoticon on reaching your half way point!!!

Peace & love!


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MANDARYANE 3/7/2011 8:57AM

    Congrats, even a little weightloss is better then none!

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ANNESNEWLIFE 3/7/2011 8:53AM

    emoticon I'm a very slow loser. I think your .6 is a GREAT number!!!

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HABOUCHARD 3/7/2011 8:53AM

    Congratulations! emoticon

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REDSHOES2011 3/7/2011 8:51AM

    any loss is a good loss.. emoticon emoticon

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