Hey everyone, I think I might have seen a a few familiar faces from the main boards here.
I'm 32 and live with my boyfriend and our cat in CA. We are all transplants here from AZ. I also like to knit and I'm a PhD student in Anthropology.
I definitely think I'm a moderate sparker. I don't like to lose more than 1-2 lbs a week and I don't kill myself exercising or play the guilt game with food. (Although, it's taken me a long time to get here, 5-7 years...) I'm looking forward to the discussions on these boards!
In January of 2008 I was 226 pounds and a size 20. Never again!
Pounds lost: 9.4
Fitness Minutes: (37,484) Posts: 4 11/18/12 10:24 P
Hi I'm a married mum of 4 and I live in a paradise called Hervey Bay, QLD in Australia. It really is paradise - google it, you'll be jealous! I'm comfortably moderate with eating and exercise and it's working wonderfully for me. 31kg gone and LIFE'S GOOD!
This is the LAST time, so I better make it count!
current weight: 235.0
Fitness Minutes: (15,021) Posts: 1,520 11/5/12 12:02 P
Hi! My name is Mary. I'm married with children. 42 years old and I live in northeast Ohio. I'm moderate and happy about it! My goal is to get healthier and lose weight slowly. I don't care how long it takes me as long as I can stick with it. Even a little progress is PROGRESS. It's all good.
Hello! I'm 30 in Colorado. My main passion/hobby is cooking and food in general. I work full time as an executive assistant but I'm formulating a new healthy cooking/meal planning tips etc blog to be launched early next year hopefully. I live with my boyfriend and his (now mine too) basset hound.
I'm twenty-nine years old. I'm from Michigan. I live with my two cats and my lovely boyfriend. I'm a full-time housewife and a freelance tutor. I enjoy reading, baking (sometimes), playing with my cats, doing puzzles, dancing, knitting, and swimming.
Time is EST - US/Michigan
Tiger Monarchs Summer 5% goal: 124
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Time to stop trying to solve things with food (lack of included) that food won't solve. Food solves one thing: bodily hunger.
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