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Welcome! Hope you can hit the trails soon...and come back and let us know how it was!
highest weight ever:202, SP starting weight: 143
New goal: more practical new goal, 129, update ticker to reflect that goal.
H: 5''4" 50 y.o.
"Don''t let yesterday use up too much of today." Will Rogers
"Eat Food, Not Too Much, Mostly Plants" Michael Pollan
Live simply. Love generously. Care deeply. Speak kindly.
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I'm celebrating my SEVENTH anniversary with SparkPeople in the June 3-9, 2007 class.
Welcome to the team.
The trick to be successful with SP is that you'll need to show up :) Log in once a day, log your food, blog, read, do whatever you want to do, just stay connected. It rubs off after a while :)
Good luck on your journey.
Kricket in SoCal
When you see a person on a mountain top, just remember they did not fall there!
What other people think of me is none of my business
Hello! I am a new "poster". I signed up to SparkPeople some years ago, but I didn't do it right, and the only way to be successful is to embrace the experience fully, so here I am! This is probably the scariest thing I've done in many years (putting my insecurities and fears out there for others to read), but there is just so much life I want to live, and I need to be healthy to do that. I love walking and hiking and being outdoors, so hopefully reading of others' experiences and sharing my own, it will motivate me to increase my walking/hiking activity. My hobby is geocaching, and I would like to embark on some hiking related geocaching adventures as soon as I get fit enough to do so. If there are others out there who are struggling with lack of motivation, think of how short life is and how beautiful the world out there is, so get out there and look for something beautiful every day!
"Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after another." Walter Elliott