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Welcome to both of you
Nancy in Columbia,SC
"It's hard to beat a person that never gives up"...and I intend to be that person
Jesus loves me
Rock of Ages
No, not one
Some things never change
You are God alone/how great is our God
Move mountain, move
When the rocks cry out
Written in red
You'll be so glad you found SP! There are lots of resources here and friendly people who will support your lifestyle changes. It is harder I think, as you get older, to keep the weight stable. And exercise gets harder - or is that just me!? Anyway, have fun and I wish you well.
No matter how slowly you go, you are still lapping everyone on the couch.
"Tomorrow's progress is determined by today's choices"
Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant. Robert Louis Stevenson
to the team
and to both of you. Unfortunately, as we approach menopause our metabolism slows down and the weight piles on for many of us. I fully understand you weight around the middle and the problems it makes with finding suitable clothing. I though it was impossible for me to lose weight but, after joining SP and beginning to weigh, measure, and record what I was eating, I found my problem was underestimating portion sizes and therefore eating too much. Using the nutrition tracker should help you analyze what you are doing and see where small changes are needed.
* SHARON *
Nov. 23, 2009, 245 lbs.
Joined SP 4/10/08
Goal weight 130
I love SP
Central Time Zone 1 hour behind Eastern Time
Weight loss with SP:40 lbs
You will never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.
I'm glad you're here. I'm new also. Together we can do this!!
Have a great Saturday!
Co-Leader of Rootin' for Ruby Team
Self-talk reflects your inner-most feelings.
- Asa Don Brown
my sister lost 105 pounds walking 15000 steps a day at age 63.
i lost 44 pounds by giving up grain and sugar products at age 60.
i use a salad plate as a dinner plate.
i use a childs for and spoon so i eat slower. it takes your brain 20 minutes to tell your stomach your full.
Hi and welcome.
Like you I am carrying 2 stone too much!
I watch what I eat too. Unfortunately I watch most of what I eat as it passes on the fork/spoon from the plate to the mouth. Rather think I have it a wee bit wrong. I need to be more careful of what I put on the plate first.
What I like about tracking on this site when I am being a bit more serious about weight control is that I CAN still eat the things I like just smaller portions and not just rabbit food as we felt we must when we all tried this game long time ago.
Good luck with your weight loss goal
Nan from Methil (of proclaimers fame) in Scotland.
BLC21 start weight 146 lb BLC21 goal weight 134 lb
Blc 22 SW 143.5 lb Goal weight 131.5lb
BLC 23 SW 138.75lb goal 126lb
blc 24 sw 143lb goal 130lb
Hi, I just stumbled on this site today and was amazed at all the free content. I have been struggling with weight most of my adulthood, but up until about two years ago it was about 5 or 10 pounds. Now I find myself 30 pounds overweight and in spite of trying to watch what I eat, it just keeps going up. I'm really feeling a bit helpless at this point and incredibly discouraged. I feel fat and ugly and I hate passing by a mirror. At this point in my life I don't want to look like a supermodel. I just want to be healthy and be able to watch my granddaughter grow up. My weight tends to settle right around the middle and finding clothing for my body shape right now is very hard.