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She is one busy Mom and she is being successful in her health and fitness journey. She only has 29 more pounds to go to reach her goal weight and then she'll be in maintenance mode. Cool, eh. Your hard work is paying off.
3 girls 4 me weight loss journey
ive had three girls our firstborn is in heaven and a three year old and a 7 month old I had gestational diabetes my heaviest I was 235lbs and I lost 30lbs and went down to 171lbs but i gained some lbs after getting a double fracture on my big toe. I want to be 135lbs for quite a long time Have to stay away from soda
Member Since: 4/24/2012
Fitness Minutes: 3,859
I want to be a healthier mom for my children, I want to be at 135 lbs by my 32 birthday next yr, I have the will power now to say no to junk food,except for maybe once a month.
I am cutting up fruits and veggies and putting them on the bottom shelf where it is more accessible to my dd and I then I will do my Leslie Sansone DVDs as she says " Every day is a great day to walk!
short term goal
Next Thursday Get manicure for walking 56 miles in 14 days
180 lbs 7-28-12 sea star necklace bought today
170 lbs- September 24
165 lbs October 11
I haves website I make homemade glycerin soaps for sale soapsbysunshine
And I do photography as well.
Love my girls and love god too
Also I am a member of listia where you can use credits to get things others have and with many free shipping it's great
1st 5k walk jog no kids with separated shoulder 45:00
June 8, 2012
2nd 5k walk/Jog Rohr Park
July 19 2012
Huge breakthrough yesterday my mil whos 100 lbs overweight and i went on a 1.35 mile walk and then a .30mile walk at old town I called her today she had gone for a 25 minute walk at 6am and is going for another walk this evening. She said and I quote "You have inspired me to start walking Sunshine." My heart is beaming inside I know she can keep it up and if she falls back I'll be there to encourage her cause shes ready
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” John Burroughs