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12 Mar 12

Monday, March 12, 2012

I know its been forever, but I finally figured this thing out.
Really not much new, but watch and see :D

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I*AM*BLESSED 3/30/2012 7:18PM

    Def WITH... emoticon

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WINNIE1978 3/17/2012 10:20AM

    "Whether you think you can or think you can't - you're right!"

Definitely stick with thinking you CAN!! emoticon

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CRYSTLE4HIMTX12 3/16/2012 6:22PM


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    I don't know, but you sound kind of motivated to me.. or at least committed to the effort. ;)
Yes, doing it once before - even losing baby weight.. it's still weight and it does count. Of course if you lost that while nursing, things were a bit different as you can lose faster then if you aren't eating a lot more to make higher amts of milk. But still, success is success, yeah. ;)

Congrats on getting the vlog to load!!

Wouldn't it be easier to track your food and exercise on here and then check the report for daily calorie differential to see your total for the day + or -?

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LOOSINGWEIGHT28 3/12/2012 8:21PM

    well best of luck with the whole not getting bored of salad and the whole no motivtation thing, I understand because i only exercise on days I have appointments and thats not working out well. and i do the same indulgence things you do, I exercise then want to snack on something late at night.

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MNOT2THICK 3/12/2012 8:14PM

    Ohhhh, sounds like something I would do. emoticon Good job on balancing the cals and you are working out. I know you can do this. emoticon Part of the journey is a plan. You are developing and working your plan. emoticon

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MOSTMOM1 3/12/2012 7:37PM

    I would push a ball with my nose, if the ball gave me treats.
I'm dizzy from all the calculation, but I'm glad you figured it out. And hey! You're doing it again. Isn't that cloooooose to motivation? I think it is. Maybe it's what motivation looks like when nobody's looking.
Hmmmm, I wonder what someone you were talking about? Gee, I have no idea.

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CHUBRUB3 3/12/2012 7:34PM

    You are doing fantastic my friend!
One step at a time!

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CRYSTLE4HIMTX10 3/12/2012 5:53PM

    Good to see you. I don't doubt for one minute that you are gonna rock your goals. Your motivation will come back so I think it is great you are working toward your goals regardless. emoticon

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SNOWANGELDIVA 3/12/2012 5:27PM

    Are you sure that wipeout on the ice (sorry THREE wipeouts on the ice) didn't shake things up in your noodle. What happens if you get hit by a truck and they need to gauge your sense of coherency? You don't know what day it is? I have an excuse; I'm nuts.
Good Job on the calorie count!
BOOYAH ~ You got this! You've been here, done this. It's just 'punching the clock' and getting 'er done.
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SNOWANGELDIVA 3/12/2012 5:22PM

    FYI the "30 seconds of 'nothingness' was picking a fight with your sister"...YA. I totally caught the, "I'm, not as picky as SOME people..."
It's on leprechaun. You iz gonna be sooooooo jealous when I gets me my imaginary rockstar, vanity vlog lamp and you are stuck in the dark vlogging! Oh ya. I'm gonna find it THIS WEEK. I don't know who, what, when , where, why or how (illegally probably), but, I.WILL.HAVE.A.GREAT.LIGHTING.SYSTEM

OH.oh.oh.oh.oh. You almost KILLED ME! I was happily eating my supper and you made a wise crack (I don't know which one, there was like 20) and my potato got amnesia IN MY THROAT! Just sayin'.

I love when you vlog and chase imaginary doggie balls with your nose...ahhhh...

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SUNSHINE99999 3/12/2012 4:29PM

  The best to you.

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