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Two Major events in the next year

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

In June of next year I have two big envents comming up, My 30th birtday and I will be the maid of honor in one of my best friends wedding. My goal is to be under 200 pounds. I want to start my thirties in better heatlh and shape. I also want to look good in a dress by the time my friend gets married. I am already down 5 pounds since getting back to exercising and tracking my food. I am determined to stick to tracking my food this time. I usually do pretty good with the exercise but I slack off with tracking my food. I am keep my self accountable. I have goals I want to meet. As for as exercise I am determined to do at least 20 minutes a day and strenght exercises atleast 3 times a week.
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  • v MISSROCKABILLY
    Those are great motivations! You can do this, and the Rock It challenge will help!
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    1451 days ago
  • v ROBINTAXPRO
    You will do this. You are just so motivated!!!!! You go girl!!
    1454 days ago
  • v CANNOTFATHOM
    Those are 2 terrific reasons to carry you on into getting healthy! Best wishes on achieving your goals!


    Penny
    1454 days ago
  • v JANTWO
    You can do it and you are doing it at a great age!!!! Don't wait until your 40's....I speak from experience. emoticon
    1458 days ago
  • v NESSAGIRL67
    Keep up the great job. Log in your workouts to get an idea of how many minutes you are actually working out. That helps to keep you accountable as well.
    1458 days ago
  • v WOUBBIE
    You can do it! Log on everyday and track your food in a blog if you don't feel like using the tracker. Some people even take pictures. It's more about awareness and accountability than calories sometimes.
    1458 days ago
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