You got this. It might be slow but you can do it. Go to the SPARK BLOGS. There is a lovely lady there called INDYGIRL. Read some of her blogs. I have been very fortunate to have met this lovely lady. After reading some of her posts you will understand why I suggested her.
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7/30/14 1:57 P
Welcome to the forum and best wishes on your WOE.
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By joining SP you made the first step on your journey to better health! Tracking your nutrition and exercise/activities on the "my Nutrition" and "myFitiness" trackers is key to success. Familiarize yourself with it and use it daily. Also, get active! Join a SparkPeople team of your interest for great challenges to get you started. There is a team for everyone, no matter how much we weigh or what our physical abilities are. Team members offer an abundance of support, encouragement, and advice. I invite you to visit my SparkPage. I'm confident you will succeed in reaching your goals!
welcome to sp this is a wonderful place to help you on your journey goodluck
7/29/14 11:27 A
Spark People is probably the only weight loss website people can go to that have 100 pounds or more that doesn't try to fit a person into a "mold" of charts, graphs, BMI calculations or outdated "what you should weigh" insurance written guidelines for height, weight, and age. (or snarky dooms day posters who say "you can't do it").
I have 99 pounds to loose. My first goal is to lose 50. (maybe less, I haven't weighed in today). My husband and I plan on dancing it off. We live in the Portland Oregon area. We were trying to find other Spark-people who are members of Baby-boomers Social (dance) club, in the Portland, Metro area.
We are renting and planning on moving out of Portland, and Multnomah County to Beaverton , Milwaukie, or maybe even Vancouver, WA. (yes, to ditch the Art Tax, and the new repair the roads tax, and the hidden cat tax)