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One Day At A Time

Thursday, November 29, 2012

So I finally lost 2 pounds and Iím am just thrilled. I think I am finally getting into the groove of being mindful what I eat and exercising. I have messed up so many times. But, Iím thankful that God has not allowed me to give up but to keep starting over and trying again. I think I am finally off to the right start and right mind set. I have to say has been so helpful. From the trackers to the recipes. But, most of all the blogs and reading about others adventures with weight loss and their tips! I love it : )

Well, here's to my first 2 pounds lost and to all the future weight I am feeling more confident today I'll lose! CHEERS


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CAROL- 11/29/2012 6:19PM

    emoticon on the two pounds and praise God that every day is a new day with a fresh start. emoticon

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LADYGSC 11/29/2012 5:22PM

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TARASGRACE 11/29/2012 3:43PM

    So thankful for these posts. I'm hoping to keep these encouraging comments about the sisters and the dinner plate. I just marked it on a post it note in hopes of getting it in my brain, lol. Also excited for you Troark77. Seeing loss helps to make this all real! Is there a way to save a page you see or add it to your home page. I'm new and still figuring this stuff out. Just don't want to forget this stuff. Thanks!

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MYBULLDOGS 11/29/2012 3:00PM


my sister lost 105 pounds at age 63 by walking 15000 steps a day.

i lost 44 pounds by giving up grain products and sugary products at age 60.

i use a salad plate as a dinner plate; i eat with a childs fork. takes your brain 20 minutes to tell your stomach your full. it works.


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