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Renew Day 2!

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

This week I started over from scratch with my goals. Went camping the 1st week of June, and when I pulled up those pictures on the computer from my camera, I almost had a heart attack! I could not believe the woman staring back at me was, in fact, me!! Where did I go? I was drowning in a body that was not mine. But, alas, it was me. As smiling and tan as I am in those pictures, just as equally sad on the inside that I let myself go and gained back all the weight I lost last year plus some. I was so busy taking care of everyone else that I left "ME" in the dust. That is not going to happen anymore. Enough is enough.

I've got Zumba class coming up which is half mile from my house, a Wii with a zillion workouts, a free gym membership, a brand new cruiser bike, and a zillion miles of free pavement in front of me.

I rearranged my shopping list this past weekend so I can rework bit by by my 'unhealthy' choices and turn them into better options. Can't do a complete overhaul because my system will go into shock...but a few things here, a few things there.

Thank you to all my Spark Friends who checked in on me, stopped by my page, or sent a SparkGoodie while was on hiatus (more like the slow lazy boat to morbidly obese island). I have now jumped off that ship...and onto the Boeing 747 heading to "Destination Jenn."

Hugs to all!
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    Enjoy your bike, Wii, gym, and Zumba! I'm glad you're back and feeling like renewing your commitment to yourself and your health. As they say, you can't fail at losing weight (or anything) if you never stop trying! :)
    1814 days ago
    Great comeback! I wish you will reach Destination Jenn safely and successfully!
    1815 days ago
    Glad to hear you're back at it. Me too! It just feels right this time:)
    1815 days ago
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