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MARIAJESTRADA
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Changed My Ticker!

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Well, To celebrate my divorce from the scale and arbitrary numbers, I set my ticker to fitness minutes. I'm starting with 400 a week, and if that gets too easy, I'm increasing to 500 fitness minutes a week.

Really my goal is to burn more calories when I work out, and today, I get to be at the gym for a couple of hours. I like these long sessions because I get a lot done and I can really focus. But enough talk, I have to shower and head out. I know, I know. Why shower before getting yucky? I'm a compassionate person. L.O.L.
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  • JUMPINJULIE
    Sounds good.
    1194 days ago
  • BLKLILY
    I am so happy for you divorcing your scale. You seem to be doing well and I hope you emoticon emoticon
    1195 days ago
  • 68ANNE
    I was writing a comment about how you've gone down on your goal only to realize most of the way through writing the comment that before you were on calories not fitness..... duh
    forehead slap ouch.
    Great goal for you!
    1196 days ago
  • DEB9021
    Great idea. I should do it, too, because I prefer to focus on the action plan. I don't have a real goal weight on my ticker but I have a number out there because I do like the visual of how far I've come. And despite that I don't really focus in the scale, I really DO want to get under 160. Not because I think it's my ideal weight, but I'm only 5'2", so extra weight just piles around my middle. Just want to get into a reasonable weight range, not a perfect one. So I'll keep my weight loss ticker a little wile longer. But I'm happy for you for letting it go! Maybe I will get to that point soon.
    1196 days ago
  • HOTPINKCAMARO49
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    1196 days ago
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