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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

There will be no more goal dates for me because I looked back in my food diary and weight loss journal and every time I set a goal to lose before such a date, I don't lose anything and a few times had gained. There is no lack of effort during these times. I went vegan for the past 4 weeks and I didn't hope for a number and I lost 16 lbs. I also love fruit and veggies. There is something magical about fresh spinach. I am still headed for my sexy mama goal of 227 lbs but I will not set a date. I want to lose 1-2 lbs a week. Lose something! I will use the 90/10 method 90 percent great healthy and 10 percent not quite that good. I will avoid sugar I want to eat a little processes food as possible. I need my granola bars! Thanks to all of you that has supported me this far. We still have a long way to go but the future looks bright and healthy. emoticon
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    Sounds like a plan perfectly suited for you. I'm glad you've found a way to personalize your plan so much. Awesome!!
    1922 days ago
    Sounds like a plan. I try not to do goal dates either. I focus on goal weights. Small ones that seem easy to obtain. When I was 275, my first goal was 250. When I reached that, my next goal was 230. I am now 11lbs a way. I hope to have that gone by Xmas, but won't be mad if I don't quite make it. I think you have a great attitude this time around and sometimes that is all it takes to get you to do what you need for yourself.
    1923 days ago
    Sounds like a good plan to me.
    1923 days ago
    I have found the same thing when I set goals. It sounds like you have a good plan. Stay focused, and you can do anything.
    1923 days ago
    Sounds like a great plan. Much success to you!
    1923 days ago
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