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Walk the Talk

Thursday, March 14, 2013

So I got this really nice goodie message from someone today and it really made my day. It was the Happy Face goodie that I got from JENNIK2. Thank you, girl!

I won't tell you the message, but it really made me think. I always give off this great motivation, but lately I don't seem to be producing much on the scale. I have so many positives to celebrate. I've lost over 40 pounds. I did not gain over the holidays. I'm learning to maintain what I've lost. I've continued to "talk" like I'm in this game, but I honesty have felt that I need to walk the walk to move to the next level, hit that 50 mark, hit that 60 mark and just keep moving forward.

My focus for the Biggest Loser Challenge is going to be to Walk the Talk. I need to really step it up for this challenge and not just talk like I've got this down, but get back to the practice of making some changes.

My goals for this challenge are to Walk the Talk . . . to be sure that my actions match my words.

1) To track my food daily.
2) To exercise weekly.
3) To drink more water.
4) To connect with my teammates.
5) To be more creative with my food choices.

Thank you, JENNIK2! You had no idea that one little Goodie Message would be my stepping off point for what will hopefully be success moving forward.

I gotta go walk the talk now . . .


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JCARDINAL 3/17/2013 2:40PM


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GRACE_UNDERFIRE 3/14/2013 10:16PM

    Go Girlie! I think we underestimate what a simple message to a teammate can do--glad she was able to motivate you! :-)

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KACEYSW 3/14/2013 5:59PM

    Congratulations! Great determination!

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