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Medical school

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Hello everyone. I can't believe that it's been nearly a year since I last posted a weight loss blog. Let me tell y'all it's been a crazy time. I started medical school not too long ago so that's the reason behind my prolonged absence from spark people. Good news/bad news, I've managed to maintain my weight loss but the bad news is that I'm still at 205. I'm hoping that now that I've got the initial rhythm of medical school behind me, I can become best friends with my school's fabulous gym. I've got nothing further to report. Just hope that you're all doing well. Oh by the by thanks so much for the awesome birthday wishes I got back in April. 28 has been an ok age for me thus far but I'm hoping that 29 will seriously kick butt. Here's to all of us finally reaching our weight loss goals.
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  • MSMOSTIMPROVED
    Med School is a dooooozey!!!! Focus Pocus and get it done.

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    1496 days ago
  • LILSHINE
    Congrats on medical school, wish you much success in that area. Also congrats on maintaining your weight loss while you transitioned into school, that's truly an accomplishment as well. Best to you on getting back at it
    1497 days ago
  • PHD140
    Good to hear from you--- sounds like you're doing awesome! Good luck on the next stage of your journey, I have no doubt that you're about to kick some serious butt!
    1497 days ago
  • RAINBOWFALLS
    Great job holding and not gaining. Wow - medical school what an undertaking - Good Luck
    1497 days ago
  • GONABFIT
    Ah, good ole Med school... Hope it goes well for you and you are able to find a way to maintain your fitness!! :-)

    Residency is keeping me exhausted most days ;)

    Best of luck to you!
    1497 days ago
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