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Welcome to the Team. Your best motivators are the Trackers for your food and exercise. Make good use of them along with the boards and you will soon be where you want to be.
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Water is very important for us. We may, and I do, require more than the 8 glasses a day. The link goes to a water calculator I use to see what I need for my current weight. Mt requirement has dropped 9 ounces due to weight loss. Yipee!
welcome and I wish you luck. Have you tried things like a pedometer to measure your walking and planning to work on the food. I am sure it is much easier said than done as they say.
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*May 31, 2014*
I hope you find as much motivation here as I ahve. I've lost almost 50#'s with SP. right now it's a bit hard for me. But as a nursing student you may have already learned of the dangers of fooling around with your health. binge eating, compulsive eating can put you at risk for painful joints, rupture intestines when eating too much not to mention heart ailments. Please don't wait for a life threatening injury or disease hits and get smart now while you can.
Best of luck to you
Debbie in Oregon City, Oregon
Jighehe, Welcome to the group! You're so smart to try and keep yourself motivated and on track before it gets out of hand, like it has for most of us. If you're at a "normal" weight and not trying to be super skinny, then just keeping yourself on track is great. You're young, you've got your whole life ahead of you. (My granddaughter graduated with a Batchelor degree from TX A&M nursing and in fact, just this last spring got married) I know how much studying and homework you have to do... It's worth working for, nurses are always in demand.
Glad you're here with us!
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Im 25 and am a newly wed and first year nursing student! I am finding it sooooo hard to stay motivated with my diet and exercise. I wouldnt consider myself to be obese or necessarily overweight....however, according to the BMI, I am not where I should be for my height. I have good weeks where I eat healthy and go to the gym everyday and then there are those weeks, where my routine gets tweaked and I end up going days eating bad and not going to the gym. I need advice and ways to improve my health. I am 25 and should feel good in my skin, especially during this summer season in a bathing suit...but to be honest..I DONT! So please help...