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Spring 2014 "Small Changes"

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Each year I have started and stopped a diet. When ever things got hard, I just gave up. No More! I on a life style change journey and doing great. I started in January 2014 and down 16 pounds! I am fired up to finally change for better health and just plain feeling better. Its working and I am proud of my accomplishments. Each day I am excited to see not only the change in my body, but in me. It is as if someone opened a window in a stuffy room. I can breath. I have 14 pounds to go to be under 200 and I am so excited thinking that it could happen in as short as 6 weeks. When I see changes in my weight and my appearance, it keeps me going. I thank God for each new day to get it right. I am moving forward in this journey and there are NO stop signs along the way. If so, I will run through them.

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VIGILANTONE 3/19/2014 9:19AM

    Congratulations on your success thus far! I love to hear motivated people telling their stories! You CAN do this, yes, it's tougher some days than others but know even if you slip you can dust yourself off and get right back at it. NEVER wait until "tomorrow" if you do slip up....start immediately because the time when you realize you've slipped and "tomorrow" a lot of damage can be done.....I think that is the single best advice I ever got.......
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IZZY216 3/18/2014 1:40PM

    Thanks Just what I need at this moment, I was about to give in to potato chips.

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    Fantastic! Sparkalicious!!
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DWROBERGE 3/18/2014 12:17PM

    Small challenges lead to great success. Keep focused. You can do it too. Go for it.

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