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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 SparkPeople.com 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

Tasha
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  • v CAROL-
    emoticon on the two pounds and praise God that every day is a new day with a fresh start. emoticon
    1364 days ago
  • v LADYGSC
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    1364 days ago
  • v TARASGRACE
    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!

    1364 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/29/2012 3:46:44 PM
  • v MYBULLDOGS
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    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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    1364 days ago
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