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A new start...

Monday, July 02, 2012

I keep coming back to Sparkpeople and not really getting very far - I don't know why I keep stopping...probably because I don't see immediate results.
I KNOW I KNOW - but that's the attitude that got me fat in the first place so I have to change that attitude first.

So what's different? I spent a week with my Dad who's diabetes is causing real troubles and I am seeing myself down the line if I don't start to do something about it now.

So no more lurking in the background looking at other people's success. I have put a recent photo up on the site and I might even make some video blogs too.

PLEASE add me as a friend and chat away - I need help and am willing to give loads of it too.

So here I am 213 pounds to start. Here goes.
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    Thanks MOSTMOM1 - I had such a laugh at your blog with the hoop - very impressive!!
    Thanks for the support...here goes...
    2089 days ago
    Here you go! I had a false start too. Now you got that out of the way, so you can really Spark this time. Jump in and run with it!
    2089 days ago
    Thanks for your comments and coming by my page guys...and thanks for the encouragement! It feels good to get a proper start and speaking to people helps rather than just watching from the sidelines...
    Watch this space!! :-)
    2089 days ago
  • SLPORTER1978
    Starting back is the first step to success!
    2090 days ago
  • MARYT67
    I can relate!! I keep "quitting" after a few weeks when I don't see results. I'm so mad at myself, I just weighed in at the heaviest i've EVER been!! Like you, I just returned from a visit with my mother, who is not very mobile due to her weight affecting her joints. I never want to be like that. I have to do this, I really do!! Good luck to you. I will follow your progress.
    2090 days ago
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