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Mixed Feeling?


Sunday, July 22, 2012


well I guess it could be called that. I have not blog for a little while, so I thought I would this morning. Just to say what I feel right now. I have came off the meds that contain sterriods. I was not happy with all of this weight that I manage to gain. It was not the taking of the pills it was the eating that followed. I can't believe where I am. but I'm not going to allow myself to stay in this place. I will have to take the time to plan out another soulation to get this weight off. I know my fellow sparker will have some good advise.

On a brighter note. I have stopped smoking. I'm now on my 23th day of being smokfree. I'm happy about this as I never thought I could go this far. My intention is to stay smokefree, I would love to meet my weight loss goal. How awsome it would be to look good , and feel good at the same time. I will do this, I will take one day at a time.
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BELTONWALKER67 7/24/2012 8:48AM

    Good for you in quitting the smoking! One step at a time and you will succeed. Just keep drinking the water, eating healthy and moving more. The extra weight will soon be gone. Patience is key too...as it may not happen as soon as you want it to! emoticon emoticon

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AHAPPYLIFE 7/23/2012 1:16AM

    emoticon job on quitting smoking! 24 days- more than 3 weeks in to a quit! Would you ever want to restart this quit? This one question keeps me on track - hope it helps you too! I'm hoping to drop the weight I've put on over the last year with my multiple tries at quitting. I now figure that losing will be easier without a cigarette in the way!

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ECONLADY 7/22/2012 8:06PM

    Congrats on quitting smoking!

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VXWALL1942 7/22/2012 11:03AM

    WOW! Quitting smoking is HUGE! CONGRATULATIONS!!! I know from experience how difficult it is to let go of the 'demon'. You are doing great! Keep up the effort, my smoke free friend.

Steroids definitely cause weight gain because they increase your hunger. I hope you went off of them with the ok of your dr. Never give up! You will reach your goals. You are already oon your way. Keep blogging. It helps you getting support here.

hugs and blessings,

vicki emoticon

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THESLIMMERME1 7/22/2012 2:25AM

    Congratulations on what you have accomplished to date.
Take one day at a time. emoticon

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