Well you wont need to write anything down if you have a printer. You can download a shopping list for the week and everything from the meal planner. Also if you track all your food that will be a great start. It will help you notice things that you can adjust. This will not happen overnight. You will need to stay positive this is a big transition. You dont need a gym ecspecially when the weather at least where I am is getting better. Take walks, take the stairs instead of the elevator, put a little more boggie into your household chores. I would suggest tracking everything I know it helps me and keeps me accountable. Also posting on the message boards helps. You get great advice and support. If you ever need help all you have to do is ask.
current weight: 197.6
Fitness Minutes: (78,050) Posts: 170 4/21/12 11:36 A
I guess I'm stopping in to say hello and describe my situation. I want to lose weight very badly for my heart health, but I usually end up eating too many calories. I was thinking that I might need to write down the Sparkpeople meal suggestions (i.e. wraps). Also, it is very difficult for me to have a workout regimen being too broke for any sort of gym membership or community center membership, I have done one workout from Sparkpeople successfully in the house. I also walk sometimes and am trying to make that part of my routine. All of this is also very necessary to maintain my mental health. Any help is appreciated!
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