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SINCERELY4ME1O0's Photo Posts: 356
1/14/13 4:13 P

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Good luck with your busy schedule! My hat is off to you! Time management is something I struggle with as well. Let's learn together!


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1/14/13 12:44 A

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Hi Misty welcome to the team.....glad to have you back old is your son...maybe you can set him up with a spark teens account and have him get involve with you....even your husband can join sparks and it can be a family effort...there more motivation with you have the support of your family....just a's the link for teen spark

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1/13/13 11:59 P

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I am back again and need some support. My children and my husband need to loose weight too. My son feels so bad about himself and it scares me. He is way overweight and is depressed. I'm also going to college and my schedule for studying and work is going to be hard to get me started back. I feel like I should spend all my time studying. I feel like I need to be in better control of my time. I'm not sure how to do that. Any suggestions would help me. Thanks

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