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4/30/12 8:22 A

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Hi and welcome! I am pretty new (64 days!) and have found this site to be SO helpful and motivating! I am addicted to walking and have gone from half mile walks to 3 1/2 mile walks most days. I am also from Texas but now live in the Midwest. Sometimes the challenge here is just the crummy weather. I have found that taking baby steps (instead of giant leaps and then failing) is very helpful. Give yourself permission to improve gradually - we didn't get here overnight. Slow and steady does win the race! Best of luck on your journey!

“Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, but expecting different results.”
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4/26/12 12:08 A

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Hi, I'm not new to this but this is the first time I'm posting here. I've been sort of toying with my diet but now I want to get serious. I weigh 190 lbs, need to be 140, and I keep eating unhealthy food. I know I need to eat a lot more fruits and vegetables, and I need to keep on my workout routine. It is possible to walk a mile around my neighborhood, and there is a hill there where I run zig-zag up and down it. I guess what I need from y'all is motivation! Thanks so much for just being here.

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