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Day two-first blog entry

Saturday, February 23, 2013

I've never blogged before. Heard about it, read about it, curious about it, but never tried it. After over a year of a frustrating plateau, after losing 25 lbs on WW, a lady at the gym told me about Sparkpeople. So far, I'm impressed with the site. It's chock full of stuff. It seems easier to use than the WW one, and it's free! I'm sick of feeling bad about my body every damn day when I go to bed and I wake up. In between those, I'm pretty happy and go about my business, but in bed, I can't move past it, disrupting my thoughts and my sense of peace. Can't figure out why I can't control my eating.
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  • v NUMD97
    Welcome to SP! As you delve further into it, you will see that it is similar to WW. There are even groups on SP dedicated to WW folks, if that is of any interest.

    I think in the beginning, the easiest thing to start with is the tracker to see where patterns may lie. Eyeballing portions may be something to consider as the portions may be larger than you think. Water, too, plays a very big roll in weight loss. Consider that as well.

    Join groups that are of interest to you, and focus on one habit at a time. The site can be overwhelming. I understand on the main page now they have guidance links especially created for newbies.

    All the best as you continue on your journey to better health,

    Nu
    1252 days ago
  • v KOFFEENUT
    Welcome to Sparkpeople! I've found the folks here to be very encouraging and supportive. I figure we're all on the same healthy lifestyle journey; some are traveling fast and some of us are slow, but the IMPORTANT thing is that we're all headed in the right direction. Know there are lots of us right alongside you, cheering you on!
    1252 days ago
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    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.
 

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