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Slowly but Surely!

Friday, February 28, 2014

Okay so we starting March tomorrow and what did I accomplish so far this year:
- well I've lost 5 pounds
- had many small victories that will lead to major ones
-focusing on the big picture with small steps.
-temptation is evil and is temporary!
-logging in nutrition everyday.
-making friends with the right healthy foods
-log in to spark everyday
-walk away from negativity and temptation situation.
-happier and have more patience( well it's getting there)
-didn't give up or quit in BLC, I I usually fade away.
- don't make excuses
-organize and clean more( thanks to blc)
- more fitness than last year but still need improvements
- this month I will lose more than 5 pounds!!

- oh and realizes that is a pain in the arse to blog on an iPhone due to keep hitting done button before I am complete.
Ok that is all for today!
Go out there and give it your all and enjoy the weekend! Whoop! Whoop!
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  • v SIMONEKP
    sounds like you had a great month
    847 days ago
  • v EMSSBEARS
    Sounds like you have accomplished a lot so far this year. You want to come join in on my 100 Day challenge with me or cheer me on starts tomorrow (March 1) would love to have you- you are such an inspirational person that pushes me to keep going because you never give up. I am proud of what you have accomplished this year logging in everyday, logging in your food, organize and clean - these are major accomplishments so don't downplay them be proud of them.

    Beth
    848 days ago
  • v FUSIONFITNESS3
    Love the inspirational posters!

    Keep making progress in March because emoticon . And like the poster reminds us it's progress we're after however small. Keep stepping forward my emoticon
    848 days ago
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