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Best Wishes for the New Year!
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Losing weight isn't a sprint, it's a marathon!
You and I have a lot in common- divorce after 17 years of marriage, financial challenges related to that, over 50 and menopausal weight gain. You CAN do this and you have the support of all of us here!
Baby steps, one day at a time!
Eliminate excuses and avoid procrastination! Just Do It!
I had a tough 2011, but not for the reasons you did. Congrats on your determination - keep us posted. You inspire me and I hope, as we share throughout the year, you will also be inspired!
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- Dave Dravecky
There can be no great accomplishment without risk - Neil Armstrong
Love your last sentence, big time!!!!!
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A New Year, A New You! Good luck, I am sure you will do great!
Happy New Year! 2011 was a difficult year - divorce, corresponding financial issues, weight gain. Especially now that I'm over 50, it's time to get myself healthy mentally and physically. I'm a very active sports official, working roughly 10 games/week about five months out of the year (from teens to adults). Without this exercise, my health and weight would be much worse. On the other hand, carrying 60 extra pounds around during the rigors of a game is not smart. I'm in sales and travel throughout the work week, but I'm typically home five nights/week. As I'm sure many others know, living alone after 30 years of marriage is not easy. Besides being sedentary in the evenings and most weekends, I tend to take the quickest, simplest route in my diet. Of course, this has lead to weight gain. My biggest challenge is overcoming the grief from losing a long-time partner. Fortunately, my family and friends stepped up in 2011. Now it's my responsibility to exercise some discipline and move forward. I'm convinced getting right physically will assist my mental outlook and get me to a much better place in 2012.