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Kudos to getting back to the tracking! That is the #1 most important thing when it comes to weight loss and maintenance!
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to the team yeah sometimes we lose our "MOJO" When I start to lose my mojo I change things up a bit try new things this last time last month I was getting no where on this journey so I changed gyms I belong to and I seem to have regain my spark again Its hard to stay motivated 100% of the time
find your"MOJO" again
Linda (Florida - Eastern Standard Time )
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Losing that Mojo is a hard thing. It is possible to find it again but it may take a different form. Find some things you enjoy doing and explore some new ones. One woman I met on Spark started running after 50 years of age and now trains and competes in marathons across the country.
You can find things you enjoy and can track that intake and get the eating under control.
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I am a 51 year-old woman who is reasonably fit. I lost 45 pounds two years ago, but have since lost my "mojo" with life intervening. I've put on 10 more and more importantly, have no motivation or passion for staying healthy and fit. I joined Spark People 2 years ago, but never fully used it. I've made the commitment and now am a daily tracker. I am looking for friends and supporters who are motivating and supportive.
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