Isn't it strange how a touch of less than perfect weather and an excess of great tasting foods can do that to us so quickly? I so agree, gotta get back on the bike. Set smaller goals as stepping stones to your larger one and it will be so much easier to get there.
One Day at a Time: 1) log nutrition daily 2) exercise 30 minutes daily 3) 15 minute purge daily 4) sew 1 bobbin full every day 5) do a good deed daily
March resolutions: 1) lose 4 pounds 2) finish 1 UFO 3) strength train 3 days a week 4) ride 150 miles
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Hi there. I decided in the last quarter of 2012 to ease back on my cycling and eat like a pig. Something to do with depression; wet, windy and cold weather; copious amounts of tempting food; huge loss of willpower and supreme lack of motivation. Needless to say, my experiment worked and I ended up putting on 2 stone of fat. Sooo, at the beginning of this year I am very motivated to get to my goal weight and cycle until my wheels fall off. With the help of SparkPeople I am hoping that I will achieve my goals. Have a great, successful New Year, everybody. :) Rich
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