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Probably not realisitic!!! LOL!!!

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

So my youngest daughter has decided to go to Silverwood for my grandsons birthday this year!! And I wanna be in "onederland" by then! For me it will be a double celebration as he turns 9 on July 1st and I will be 52 on July 11th!! Would love to be in "onederland" by July 4th just not real sure that is realistic but it is what I am gonna aim for and if I fall short then I will fall short and will not beat myself up over it.

Ok so I went to my ticker and added in the date and 2 lb. weight loss per week and it says I could weigh 189 by the fourth of July!!! Wow!! So here I go I have changed my ticker to reflect this and will see how close I can get!!

Have been on a one mile walk today. And have also joined the rookie 5K training team. I will do that first workout on it tonight. Have a great day all!!
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    Fabulous. You have set a great goal and for good reasons. Good luck with the 5k training and remember to enjoy each day and what you achieve in it.
    1339 days ago
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    1340 days ago
  • BDH1970
    I'm sure you can do it! I'm very new to Onderland myself ;)
    1340 days ago
    You can do it!!! When I first signed up, SparkPeople had a seemingly unrealistic projection for me too . . . . but I stayed with the plan -- and it happened.

    You can do it too!
    1340 days ago
    This goal will take a lot of dedication, but it IS doable! Commit to daily fitness sessions of at least 30 minutes. I am committed to daily fitness on my Wii Fit and burning at least 200 calories a day with the activities. I am also great at getting my water drank, but I'm struggling with my eating still. Hopefully I will still make it to Onederland in 2013.
    1340 days ago
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