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Saturday, May 04, 2013


A while back I started on some meds to help with the depression and I think they help alot. I also began going to a therapist who is pretty awesome! He doesn't make me feel like I am sick or weak, he tells me I am actually very strong. And he isn't like the "so how does that make you feel" therapist. He is more like "Dam that sucks" kind. I also made my boyfriend go to couples counsoling and work is getting so much better. I am surprised that my boss is actually pretty good. I started 3 weeks ago to SP again. I am trying to keep with in my calories, carbs, fat, and protien. I decided to stay away from booze Saturday thru Wednesday. Thursday's and Friday's are my boyfriends days off, this way I don't drink alone either. With the nicer weather, I am trying to walk at lunch. I still need to get the energy to get up in the morning and work out. I am just so tired all the time.
In 3 weeks, I've lost 9 lbs. This last week I didn't lose much and Friday's are rough on me as I go to my moms...she cooks good food :-)

Wish me luck!

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LAINYC 5/4/2013 4:01PM


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    Welcome back to Spark, I also left and have recently returned. I am finding starting over to be the same and different from before. I am not here to lose weight but for help becoming healthy and active again. I celebrate every time I make it to the gym, even if I only make it for 15 or 20 minutes. I say to myself that is 15 or 20 minutes that you worked out when you would not have.

Planning gets me to the gym. If I have not planned it and everything is not ready in the morning, I am not going to wake up and jump out of bed to get to the gym.

Good luck on your journey.

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    I noticed when I started losing weight and eating well, my energy skyrocketed, and then later leveled off at a rate higher than what I started with.

As the quote goes "you don't find time, you have to make it." I often exercise after work or when I wake up, but I have a weird schedule.

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