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AEHEGE's Photo Posts: 2,704
10/6/11 10:55 P

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emoticon Maintaining has its own challenges and is not as motivating as losing, but SP offers a lot of help, such as the blog you mentioned. Glad to have you join the team.

--Anne from Idaho

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10/6/11 5:47 P

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Glad to have you here!! Welcome to the wonderful journey of maintenance!!


No one ever got up in the morning wishing she'd eaten more the night before.

Original Goal: 114. Current old lady goal: 106.

 current weight: -0.4  under

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10/6/11 3:42 P

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Hi all,

I just read a great blog from 4A-HEALTHY-BMI with all sorts of great info and a fantastic idea for logging the foods that didn't go down the hatch!

I LOVED IT!!! There was a link to this team as well....

I've been on the site since January 2008. My profile name includes my goal weight, but it turned out that was a number that COULD BE BEAT! After regaining my "Spark honeymoon" weight loss to within 12 pounds of my high weight by the end of my second year, I bumped along until this January.
I had an important event at the end of July that was my catalyst *and* motivation. I changed up my way of eating after reading Eat to Live. My challenge that started in January called for an average 2 lb loss per week, and I averaged 1.5 lbs. Slow, steady, consistent from January till end of July.
I don't eat a strict vegetarian diet, but I try to eat all whole foods and plenty o' vegetables. The weight came off and I've been maintaining between 117-123 since August 1st, so two months of maintenance so far.

I look forward to meeting you folks! Congrats to you all, I plan to learn a lot from you and hope I can help, too!


Melly from Massachusetts
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