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Renewal

Monday, July 01, 2013

Good morning. I feel renewed. June was not a good month for me "sparkwise". Feel a little bloated but woke up determined to buckle down and recommit myself to my goals. I knew this process would be filled with ups and downs- quitting is not an option.

How are you? What are your goals for the month, sparkfriends? I am focusing on 1 week at a time and 250 minutes of exercise.



This is my favorite motivational quote.
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  • TIG123GER
    I'm with you - July is my "new" start. June was a not great month for me, too, and I need to take back my life. I will eat better and drink more water and exercise more consistently and see the scale move downward. WE CAN DO THIS TOGETHER!!!!
    1248 days ago
  • JENSHAINES
    It sounds like you have your head on straight and are raring to go! Yippee for the start of the month! I'm feeling ready to rumble, too! emoticon
    1249 days ago
  • NEEDBU66
    I like going a week at a time. I kind of do it day by day myself. 5 feggies, 8 glasses of water and 7000 steps. Today:: 8 PM, I did it!
    1250 days ago
  • TINADEE86
    Go for you! Haven't made my goals up for this month yet.Lots of success in July! emoticon
    1250 days ago
  • SALGUOD2
    your goal sounds good. My goal for July is to get to the 170's
    1250 days ago
  • BOOKAPHILE
    Even maintenance is filled with ups and downs, Patti. In the past week I've been at my goal, .6 pound above and .4 pound below my goal weight.

    I joined a maintainers' challenge (now through August) to see how close I can stay to my goal weight. (it will always vary some.) That involves still tracking food and exercise -- even when on vacation.

    May we both have good success in July!
    1250 days ago
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