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Something to Think About.....

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Or, maybe a better title:

Words of Wisdom From Pinterest...

I saw this in my Pinterest browsing recently:

"Losing weight is hard.
Maintaining is hard.
Being fat is hard.

Choose your hard."

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
TEENY_BIKINI 7/20/2012 9:25PM


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TEDDYBABE 7/16/2012 9:19PM

    Love this! I'm back. I sure missed all of you!!

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JICASMOM 6/10/2012 1:43PM

    Love this... I will keep this in mind! I will choose my hard!! Lose it!!!

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LISAINMS 6/6/2012 5:16PM

    I think that is a Jillian quote. It's all true. I know if I choose to stop working out, I'm trading for a different kind of hard.

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KIMBERTA99 6/6/2012 1:25PM

    Unfortunatley they are all true!!

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KANSASROSE67 6/6/2012 12:19PM

    I've heard that one before and it's one of my favorites!!! So true.

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TERESA159 6/6/2012 11:38AM

    Ha, I like that! So true. (in my whiney voice) Why does it all have to be so hard? ha ha.
I like Pinterest. I use it to find design ideas (colors, patterns, styles all of which I can use to design beautiful web sites), to see what books people are reading, to get motivation, to find good recipes (but egads, those desserts!), to dream of places to go and how I'd like my house to look if I didn't work and we had tons of money. I refuse to use it to receive advertising from any businesses so I only follow people, not businesses. I only go on there once a week or so as it tends to be the same stuff over and over after awhile. What do you use it for? emoticon

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SEEWORD 6/6/2012 11:35AM

    A quote worth saving. Thank you!

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