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    ITSASECRET6915   2,117
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I'm baaaaack!!

Monday, December 31, 2012

Miss me? I doubt it! Any ways so I'm back! Ready to take on this year by getting back on track to a healthy me after my 3 month break and gaining back 15 on those 55lbs I worked so hard to lose =( Eating out every day will do that to you I guess. =/ but oh well no one to blame but myself and if I lost it once I can sure as hell do it again right? YEP! My goal is still to hit 150 this year, I think I'm going to make my goal date for that my one year wedding anniversary which is Sept 8, 2012. That would put me having to lose 40lbs by then since when I weighed myself I weighed 190, but I'm hoping some of that was water weight and with eating good for a few days hopefully my starting weight will be less.. but I'll get that and pictures on Friday, which will be my new weigh in days. I'm so happy I was able to use SP to reach my goal of 50lbs down and actually surpass that by my wedding day so I can look back and be happy with what I achieved for myself that day. =) Well heres to a new year and a better me! HAPPY NEW YEAR SP FRIENDS

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ITSASECRET6915 1/4/2013 8:45AM

    thanks guys.. im ready to take on 2013 to hit my overall goal weight =) i got this

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-CHERYL 1/1/2013 10:00AM

    Yup, eating out is a killer!! I found that out last August when
I was living in a hotel for a month when my MIL passed away. Even trying to eat healthy, its still too much sodium and you eat more food then you normally would, plus the yummy deserts, jeeze!

Catching yourself before you gain it ALL back is a major help. You'll lose it again.

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HEYNOW22 12/31/2012 10:11PM

    Happy New Year and Welcome Back !!!

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    Happy New Year to you too! :)

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