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PEANUTSMOM96
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fell off the wagon but chasing it down and getting back on

Thursday, December 06, 2012

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so lost track of everything since cold weather and time change ... too much dark. I haven't been working out, eating right, sleeping right ... pretty much all bad. Put on 6 pounds :( amazing how long it takes to get rid of it but when it finds you it just jumps on in a group. So I am trying to get focused again and find a way to get up and moving again. Sounds a little silly for me to start by goofing on SparkPeople.com but the support I get from my friends here are the best! Sorry I've been away. Let's do this!

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  • v BEAUTIFUL_REINA
    I'm sorry you've been struggling to take care of yourself, but lol I got a real chuckle out of your funny blog "It just jumps on in a group" you are so funny!! Don't worry though, you are on the brink of a fresh new year and you will get it under control!!
    1298 days ago
  • v POMATOJUICE
    Hey, sometimes taking the time to read the articles here, etc, gives a lot of motivation! I'm running along side you trying to keep up right now. You can do it! Start making the little changes with food right now, and you'll be back on track in no time!

    If you can't get your exercise in today, start with a goal calorie range and start right now! :D



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    1298 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/6/2012 10:37:47 AM
  • v JACKIE542
    You can do this. emoticon
    1299 days ago
  • v MPETERSON2311
    great! good for you for catching yourself
    1299 days ago
  • v MCSPRYGADA
    I, like you, have been making too many excuses and am determined to refocus. You can do it, one day at a time! emoticon
    1299 days ago
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