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JENNIFERANNE33
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January 2013 Already!!!???!!!

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Ok so today is January 8,2013. Where in the world have the days gone??? I have lost my spark but I have maintained a 51lb weight loss for 10 months and have been drinking only water ( my replacement for soda) for almost a year.. emoticon
So Now I have set a new string of goals to see how much I can lose (the right way of course) and see how close too 200lbs I can get by my 40th Birthday 3-11-13 emoticon emoticon I am 253.8 as of today emoticon I have been working a lot and it took away my drive to walk cuz i do so much of it at work..I do walk a little as I walk to & from work everyday..Mind you it's only a block & a 1/4 so it's not very far but I go to & from 3 times a day every time I work..use to be 5 days a week...now that hours are gone 16 next week....WHAT!!!??? all I can do is exercise to keep mind mind for exploding emoticon
So there it is all I can do it put it out there and get my ass in gear cuz I have some work to do emoticon

WISH ME LUCK..I MIGHT NEED IT IN THE BEGINING!!

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  • v KYLIAK
    Keep it up you can do it. I agree with chrimson just adding a bit everyday to your walk and say every month you will add a bit more. (maybe an extra block ect.) and by the end of the year it will really add up.
    1284 days ago
  • v VALYNN26
    You got this. You can do it.
    1291 days ago
  • v HEIDIC75
    YOU CAN DO IT !!!!! YOU GO GIRL !! emoticon
    1292 days ago
  • v CHRIMSONFYRE
    You can do it, just keep at it.
    Maybe on your walk to/from work you can add a lap around the block and go a long way around or something, just to give you some extra motivation :)
    1292 days ago
  • v OMMAMA7
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    1292 days ago
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