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Monday, October 22, 2012

...or as I like to call it: it's time to walk the walk.

I looked back on my goals that were posted in the beginning of this challenge, and it has helped me realize that I've come a long way, baby. I am slowly shedding my weight, with my goal still at 10# in 12 weeks. And I'm doing it despite unforeseen medical issues and new 'scripts.

And I was correct in making the assumption that keeping to SP rules, such as tracking my good, chugging my water, moving my body every day is what is going to make or break me. I have learned that I have endurance, that I can push myself to go further than I thought I could, but I have also learned that I need to take care of myself, put myself first at least some of the time. And the friendships I have gained in these last two months or so have been very supportive and informative.

A mid-challenge moment of thought is a good thing, a way to remind ourselves of what we have done well, but also a way to spur us on to greater days.

I salute you, Mochas!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:

    Sounds like you are on a good path for you - well done!

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4-1HEALTHYCYNDI 10/26/2012 11:56PM

    Great job on reassessing where you are now and what is and isn't working for you. You have the right attitude to get this done. Good luck!

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PAMAPPLE 10/26/2012 11:45AM

    Wow, great job with pushing yourself beyond what you think you could do and getting the endurance from it.... glad to hear you're doing so well and benefitting from all of the support here on SP! You go, girl!!

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-WRKNG2ABTTRME- 10/22/2012 10:03PM

    One step, one day at a CAN do it!

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MEME102 10/22/2012 8:42PM

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