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Time to get serious

Thursday, September 27, 2012

I very proud of myself for maintaining the weight I've lost for over a year. It's wonderful really! but I'm less than thrilled with my efforts to lose more.
Efforts may be the wrong word, because I know I haven't been committed to actually losing again in a long time. I spark, or I don't, I exercise.. some.. or not at all, I eat healthy.. or not and I read a fair amount about what works for other people. I am so grateful I found spark because I credit it with keeping me focused enough not to gain again. You all keep me coming back, keep me thinking about why I want this, keep me from writing off spark, or my body, or the importance of what we do here.
I'm going to spend today getting things done. Most of them having nothing to do with weight loss but tonight Mr and I will sit down and really talk about how we can live healthy. We have so many to live for.
I'm sure the dedication I feel just now will falter but if we can commit tonight our routine and our support net will keep us coming back.

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SKYBLUEGIRL 9/27/2012 7:57PM

    You should be proud of the weight loss you have maintained! emoticon That should be an encouragement to you. I totally understand the need to get back at it too. It's a battle for sure but not one that can't be won! You have been such an encouragement to many I only hope you can receive the same. You are here and you are Sparkin! We are all in this together! I hope you and the Mr. can get a few things in order that will work for you and towards living the healthy life that you deserve! emoticon emoticon

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DOTTY7267 9/27/2012 11:50AM

    emoticon You both will do well. Once you have placed the goals down, there is nothing that can stop you. There may be temporary setbacks, but no stopping. emoticon

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