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No wonder I'm struggling...

Sunday, December 11, 2011

No wonder I'm struggling with a few pounds...I haven't posted on my SP or tracked in 4 months! Oh sure, a day here or there, I may have tracked some meal but I've been exercising at my Curves doing Zumba, and haven't even made time to track that.

I have until the middle of February to get below last year's weight at the doctor's office, it was 175. That is the month I go see my primary doctor for annual things. My blood pressure was up this spring so I connected with a SP team, then school started and things start to wind up all the way to June! I'm never been good at asking for must be the day.

Please send an encouraging word to help keep me gets busy and time flys!

Thank you for reading,

Sandy :)

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  • _LINDA
    Sandy, the most important thing you can do is make time for yourself. Exercise and eating healthy must become daily priorities. You can make the time in your busy day. You owe it to yourself! You can do it. Schedule it in like you would a Dr.'s appointment. You wouldn't miss something that important. You must put yourself first!
    2287 days ago
  • ELLIE381
    We ARE watching and here for you. You are so worth it! emoticon
    Boot those pounds to the road. emoticon
    2288 days ago
    We are watching you!
    2288 days ago
    We CAN do this! We have a brand new year right in front of us. Just tell yourself every single day that this time next year, you could be 60, 80, 100 lbs lighter. (I need to lose 100 lbs, I don't know what you need to lose lol)

    But TODAY we have to choose what we will weigh next week, month, year. Keep making good choices, you will be SO GLAD you did it, when December comes around again!

    As Michael Angelo said, "..see the angel inside, and chip away to release her!"
    2288 days ago
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