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Hangin in for the long run!

Sunday, December 02, 2012

The holidays are the worst time to decide that your weight is an issue. Please! But this is when I decided so I am stuck with my convictions. Seriously! I guess in a way if I am going to change my lifestyle now is as good as any... Could you pass me the... salad! Hmmm so good! Really! Hmmm! Oh and this WATER tastes great! Lovin my choices! But I will love having to buy all new cute suits! I wonder if I'll need new shoes to go with them? Oh course I will!
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  • COXBETH
    I love starting now! When New Year's comes, I'll be able to celebrate what I've already achieved (even if it's not a scale-type victory) instead of spending resolution-time thinking about the things that are wrong with me and that I want to change.
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    I went out last week and had a salad instead of all the other fabulous things on the menu...and it was out-freaking-standing. I never would have found this amazing salad if I wasn't trying to make at least a few healthier choices.
    1468 days ago
  • KONRAD695
    I get what you mean. My family tonight got to eat Chicken cordon bleu sandwiches (I made) while I had my lovely antioxidant veggie blend. Not so envious of the skinny movie star anymore.

    I think now is the perfect time for your healthy decision. If you can do it now, then mid winter will be easier than falling out of bed. emoticon emoticon
    1469 days ago
  • AMYTRIPP
    Yep, but just think how great you'll feel once the holidays are over and you don't feel like a stuffed turkey! Really, we think of the food as being so important to the holidays, but it's the family time and togetherness that's most important - and you can have that while eating a salad! emoticon
    1469 days ago
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