Two years ago I had the same experience when stopped working on shifts and started a LAT relationship half here in Amsterdam half in Rome. My in laws are Italian and very indulgent with food. I went all the way and went over the 100 Kg. That brought hi sugar levels as a consequence. I decided to change.
From 102 Kg I am now at 97 and my goal is to go below 90.I started cycling again and walking a lot. I take the stairs instead of the lift and do yoga three or four times a week and Water Fitness once a week. Besides my weight loss, looking better in the mirror and fitting better on my pants I also stopped using the diabetes medication. All this are incentive to keep me going on. I also meditate several times a week and go to a Buddhist temple for spiritual support. With the exception of Water Fitness I can do all these activities also at home if the weather does not allow me to go out. Maybe you can try some of them.
SHARILYNN2422-looks like you have some hard times to overcome, but you made some wise choices for your personal life. Now comes the snow for Upstate NY! Just walking in the snow is uplifting or how about shoveling your driveway. Think of the calories you will burn. to the team!
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Nancy Rubio Oro Valley, AZ
Pounds lost: 42.0
Fitness Minutes: (94,796) Posts: 11,039 11/4/12 10:54 A
Hi All! I am an RN from upstate NY I recently switched from a very active night-shift job to a more sedentary day job. The positive and negatives here do not cancel each other out. While I do have a more normal family life, I am far less activeand have more opportunity to socialize and eat. Throw menopause into the mix and BOOM, I've got 15-20 lbs I would like to lose!
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