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Hello and welcome! We're so glad you're here!
It sounds like you have a great plan and concrete goals. You have come to the right place for support, motivation and encouragement.
We will all be standing alongside you as we work toward our goals together.
Dreena (March 18-24 Co-Leader)
Dreena M Tischler
--My blogs: www.brightliferesults.blogspot.com . . .
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I have finally made the decision to make ME a priority and get my life back under control. I have had so many 'excuses' for being the 'fat girl with the cute face' - heredity 'aka the family butt', my love for food (ALL food, not just junk food), too busy, etc, etc. At 41 years of age, I have realized that it is so much more difficult to lose the weight as I get older, so NOW is the time to GET RID OF THE EXCUSES!
I have the most amazing boyfriend who is equally as committed to this challenge and we are supporting each other through this. We have 4 amazing children (3 boys for me, 1 girl for him) and now we have a beautiful granddaughter - every reason in the world to get healthy and be around for a very long time.
We LOVE going to concerts, travel, kayaking, white water rafting. I would love to be able to do more hiking, biking, etc, but need to lose some pounds and increase my cardio before I am ready for that. We went to Asheville, NC last summer and I was SO UPSET with myself because I really wanted to be able to climb all the way to the top of Chimney Rock, but only made it about half way. Next time.... I WILL DO IT! :-)
My goals are to increase my activity, (we have a workout/cardio schedule established) making better nutrition choices, and am determined to lose 1-2 pounds a week. My main goal is to lose 100 pounds in a year with 135 being my 'ideal' weight (I am 5'3)
My main challenge is my attitude and maintaining my motivation. I also have some low back problems and suffered through 3-4 months of bulging discs (L4/L5) last spring so need to be cautious and stick to low-impact at least for now.
Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt. ~ William Shakespeare
|Gonna get it right this time||9/28/2013 1:50:18 PM|