Author: Sorting Last Post on Top ↓ Message:
NEWKAREN43's Photo NEWKAREN43 SparkPoints: (0)
Fitness Minutes: (16,255)
Posts: 2,071
5/16/11 4:45 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
I'm fully embracing my new lifestyle. I'm not a yo-yo dieter, I decided that I was tired of being heavy, I'm tired of knowing what to do but not knowing how to do it and I found Spark. I quit Diet Coke in the beginning of 2011 because when I drank less of it, I wasn't as hungry, that was my first answer to how to do it...and I lost a little weight. I knew exercise was a key (my second how) and I had an elliptical machine that I pathetically made 11 minutes on before I was exhausted - that was the beginning of exercise for me and putting my need for exercise before needs of others. I also knew that I had to eat better but that was the real - I don't know how...then I found Spark. I needed someone to tell me what to eat, how much was ok, what did I need for calories, what about fat versus carbs? I needed to learn how...but Spark was my third 'how'...and I've been succeeding ever since. And I will succeed. I treat myself to small rewards now and then, I bought myself some ankle weights as a treat, and some hand weights as another treat, and I also bought a couple of pairs of work pants, as a reward so I would look nice. My reward is being able to go as long as I want on my elliptical - I can go 35 minutes at resistance 5 these days. I eat within my calorie and nutrition range almost every day. I also do ST and walk outside weather permitting. rewards are weight loss, increased strength, loss of inches, increased confidence in myself...but, I also deserve a treat...because I'm me, I'm learning, I'm succeeding in my goals to health and fitness and it would be lovely to be recognized for that. Thank you! And thank you for the support. Karen

 Pounds lost: 44.6 
Page: 1 of (1)  

Report Innappropriate Post

Other I Deserve a Treat Because... I Deserve a Treat Because.. (post to enter sweeps) Posts

Topics: Last Post:

Thread URL:

Review our Community Guidelines