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Welcome to the team. If you want to get into a fitness program it only takes 30 min. a day. There are many things you can do in your busy day while you are working. Good luck with your program.
1/1/10 Start Wht 279 lbs
12/1/114 Goal 190
**Maintain** "OR" set new Goal! 170's maybe??
HI JESSICA AND TO THE TEAM.!!! GRAMMACATHY'S ADVICE IS RIGHT ON:) REMEMBER ALSO THAT; YOU WILL BE MAKING LIFESTYLE CHANGES, NOT DIETING...START WITH SMALL THINGS, GET THEM DOWN AND ADD MORE.
WISHING YOU MUCH SUCCESS ON YOUR JOURNEY:)
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Welcome to the Oregon team.
Almost three years here of daily check in and I still haven't discovered or used all the tools. My advice is to set a timer so you won't be at the computer all day and check in daily and just keep exploring. I limit my time from 15 minutes to 2 hours daily. I gave up TV to play on SP. Much of what I have learned has sunk in and starting to show on the scale and my clothes. Pretty soon SP and your goals become the obsession rather than food or things that make you feel bad.
You can do it, if I can do it, any one can do it.
And also make a lot of friends in the proccess.
Just remember Never Give Up
Rosalyn in Corvallis
Rosalyn Larson I am so happy to be on Maintenance.
It took 2 years but it was worth it. I am going to keep it in a 5#s range up or down. My Promise is I will never ever do that to myself again-----Rosalyn
Welcome Jessica! It can be overwhelming at first. Take your time in getting to know the website. You'll be gload you did.
Tracking nutrition and fitness minutes can help and motivate you.
Best of luck on your journey.
Debbie in Oregon City, Oregon
im new to all this it looked interesting and would like to see if this would help me!