Welcome and that's great idea. I'm going to start thinking that way. Thanks.
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Welcome to Spark and the Cooking for One or Two team. Your right, 5 lbs at a time IS more achievable and a much better goal... take one day at a time. Be sure and learn how to use the fitness and nutrition trackers and use mini goals to develop long term habits and lifestyle changes. Good luck.
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I have about 95 lbs to lose to reach my goal but am working on 5 lbs at a time. It sounds like losing 5 lbs is a lot more manageable than saying I need to lose 95 lbs. I lose weight very slowly and I yo-yo a lot, but I really want this weight off. I've tried a number of different plans but I think for me it's a matter of cutting calories but making the most of what calories I do allow myself. So I'm trying to eat more fresh produce and fruits, and limiting all the junk foods. I do eat meat but am working to cut out a good portion of that and limit it to mainly fish and chicken. My exercise is sporatic at the best. I'll go days and not do much then for a week or two go crazy with activities that are considered exercise. I need to get more into a regular routine of daily exercise that I enjoy doing.
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