Several parts of SP create reports that you can look at daily or whenever you want. You can chart your weight loss, fitness minutes, food intake and other nutrition information, blood sugar levels--all things that can help measure how you are doing. If you haven't already done so, give the food and fitness trackers a try. Every time I see my doctor, I print out a copy of the reports. It sure gets their attention when they take a look at how far you have come. And they can help tweak things to fit your particular diabetic needs. Good luck!
Pounds lost: 66.2
Fitness Minutes: (0) Posts: 2 6/20/13 9:23 A
Welcome - one way to stay motivated is to make some type of visual "goal board" that represents the things you will be able to do better when you lose. Also when you make a few small changes, you will start to see progress and success - as you see progress and success, it becomes easier to believe that it is possible and success breeds more success, progress breeds more progress.
With love and caring from Nancy ... wishing all of you a wonderful, blessed, and precious day.
current weight: 238.0
Fitness Minutes: (0) Posts: 2 6/20/13 8:30 A
I have the drive and I know that I have to lose weight but how do I stay motivated? Through the years I have pay memberships to all the gyms in NYC I go for a while and then just stop going. I'm really tired of this roller coaster I'm on. I want to lose the weight once and for all..
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