Hi DC and welcome! Try making one or two small changes at a time until you establish new habits. I've heard it said that you can't break a bad habit, you can only replace it with a better one. That's what I've been doing and experiencing much success. Best wishes to you.
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DC. Glad to have you on the team. Forget about all the past and feeling guilty. We've got a program that works...and its free. There are awesome tools on SP - tracking for nutrition that keeps you in tune with where you're at on calories, etc. throughout the day, tracking for fitness that tells you how many calories you've burned and how you're doing on your goals. In addition, there is a tremendous amount of support, motivation, inspiration and friendship. We're all in this one together. Come back soon and post often.
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