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Like a Switch Has Been Flipped

Tuesday, June 07, 2011      2 comments

I'm at the point in my weight loss journey where the pounds aren't coming off as quickly as they did in the past and for the first time in all my years of dieting, it doesn't bother me. Maybe because this time, I'm not dieting; I'm fundamentall... Read more

People are Starting to Notice

Wednesday, April 20, 2011      1 comments

I don't know if it's the warmer weather causing me to wear less clothing or things just coming together, but this past week, I've received so many positive comments about my weight loss. I have to say it feels wonderful. Of course, people ask ... Read more

Cleaning the Closet

Monday, April 11, 2011      4 comments

Just a quick note that I FINALLY got my winter clothes packed away and my spring clothes in the closet just in time for some wonderfully warm weather. I've alluded to this a bunch of times, but I'm having so much fun trying on all my clothes th... Read more

Half Weigh There (or what a difference 2.5 months makes)

Tuesday, April 05, 2011      2 comments

I am in shock and so excited to share that as of this morning, I am now half way to my goal of losing 50 pounds. If anyone had told me on January 17, 2011 (the day before I started SP) that less than three months later I would have lost 2... Read more

Please join me in a moment of silence...

Sunday, February 27, 2011      1 comments

...for my favorite low calorie ice cream treat. At the grocery store yesterday, I noticed the Klondike 100 Calorie Fudge Bars were labelled "discontinued". Words cannot express the sadness I felt at the news. These creamy, delicious bars are ... Read more

It's about more than fit (major realization yesterday)

Saturday, February 26, 2011      1 comments

I'm at that wonderful point in getting healthy where my fat clothes are falling off me. I have a closet full of great things that will fit in another ten pounds but thought I'd treat myself to a few new pairs of pants at Ann Taylor (they were h... Read more

Bouncing Back From the Flu

Thursday, February 17, 2011      0 comments

I'm happy to report that the flu has left the building (or at least my body) and I'm back to sparking. Other times when I was trying to eat healthier, I would use something like the flu or a break in routine to get away from doing what I knew I... Read more

It's the Flu

Tuesday, February 15, 2011      0 comments

At least now I know why I've felt so miserable for the past four days. Went to the doctor's yesterday and came home loaded with medicine. Unfortunately, the tamiflu made me so sick last night, I fell like I'm starting over again today. I've b... Read more

The Moment I Knew This Was Going to Work

Sunday, February 13, 2011      4 comments

I spent most of this weekend sick in bed with some weird combination of chills, sore throat, and headache. My main physical activity has been sleeping. But still, somehow, I logged into SparkPeople both days, logged my nutrition (not pretty as... Read more

In Case of Emergency...

Thursday, February 03, 2011      5 comments

I wanted to post this now because I realize there will be a day in the near or distant future when things aren't going well for me in terms of diet and exercise and I wanted to remind my future self of how wonderful I feel right now. Dear F... Read more

I Love It When a (Meal) Plan Comes Together

Monday, January 31, 2011      0 comments

As I was entering my meals for today in the meal tracker, I realized how much this part of the SP plan has helped me with my eating habits. Before when I'd "diet", I rarely wrote down what I wrote or if I did it was quick notes on paper. Even ... Read more

I am a Role Model

Friday, January 28, 2011      2 comments

I'm old enough to remember the old Charles Barley commercials for Nike where he proudly asserted, "I am NOT a role model". Well, I wasn't so proud about it, but I've come to realize that for years that was what my actions (or inaction) was sayi... Read more