LABYRINTH
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CURRENT JOURNEY
2018-2019 goal is to lose 100#
Age 54, height 5 foot, 5.4 inches

Weigh in: 04-30-18: coming soon
Weigh in: 04-15-18: 254 (33)
Weigh in: 03-31-18: 254.6 (-32.4)
Weigh in: 03-14-18: 258.8 (-28.8)
Weigh in: 02-28-18: 263 (-24)
Weigh in: 02-14-18: 267.8 (-19.2)
Weigh in: 01-31-18: 272.8 (-14.2)
Start Weight: 12-10-18: 287

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My FIRST Spark Journey started in 2006
(my most successful journey yet)
Age 43
starting weight 237 (2/06)
ending weight 172 (4/07)
13 months at 1.07 pounds per week
Loss: 65#
+ another 15 before Spark = 80#

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My SECOND Spark return (5 months later)
I had gained 49 pounds! My body really prefers a 220-230 weight.
Age 45 (peri-menopause)
starting weight 221 (8/08)
ending weight 213 (11/08)
3 months at 0.61 pounds per week
Loss: 8#

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My THIRD Spark Journey (a year later)
I had only gained another 10 pounds which really is good considering
Age 46 (peri-menopause)
starting weight 231 (8/09)
ending weight 208 (4/10)
8 months at 0.63 pounds per week
Loss: 23#

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My FOURTH Spark Journey (6 years later)
I had gained back 108 pounds.
pretty much back where I had started
Age 52
Starting Weight: 280 (05/16)
Ending Weight: 262 (08/16)
3 months at 1.21 pound a week
Loss: 18#


Member Since: 2/17/2006

Fitness Minutes: 21,712

My Goals:
Integrating Self Love with Body Image while Getting Fit and Healthy


My Program:
1200 - 1650 calories tracked every day

Nutrition Goals:
BTW my calorie counter is public on My Fitness Pal
40 carbs, 30 fat, 30 protein
Mediterranean Diet and DASH
Increase Mindful Eating
Veggies 2x a day
Fruits 1-2x a day
Fiber 21 g per day
Sodium Goals 1500 mg per day
Dining out less then 10x a month

Fitness Goals:
BTW my fitness tracker is public on SP
Cardio 4x a week (Team Body Project dot com)
Strength training 2x a week (Jari Love dvds)
Rest day is generally Sunday



Personal Information:
A supportive spouse who is working out with me 2x a week
2 college kids who mean the world to me


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  • v CAROLYNINJOY1
    Just a note to say "Hello". I hope you will have a Sparktacular Sunday.

    "Nobody will protect you from your suffering. You can't cry it away or eat it away or starve it away or walk it away or punch it away or even therapy it away. It's just there, and you have to survive it. You have to endure it. You have to live through it and love it and move on and be better for it and run as far as you can in the direction of your best and happiest dreams across the bridge that was built by your own desire to heal. Therapists and friends can help you along the way, but the healing--the genuine healing, the actual real-deal, down-on-your-knees-in-the-mud change--is entirely and absolutely up to you."-Cheryl Strayed, Brave Enough
    1 day ago
  • v POUNCEQUIK
    Hey there! Hope your weekend is going well!
    1 day ago
  • v CAROLWILSON
    Hey Friend. I'm having a fabulous day. Hope all is well for you too. emoticon
    4 days ago
  • v SABLENESS
    Like your useful comments on the Hiker's Guide to the Perfect Backpack article. I could have used some of your ideas when husband and I hiked on what turned out to be a more challenging and time-consuming trail than expected.
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    6 days ago
  • v CAROLYNINJOY1
    I appreciate your thoughtful comment on my blog. It is certainly not a "one size fits all" process. I hope you had a Sparktacular Saturday.

    "There are no excuses. You are not a victim. You are unconditionally accountable for your life. You create goals and you succeed or you fail. Failure is an opportunity for learning. Once you recognize a mistake or acknowledge a failure, you learn and move on. You do not hold yourself hostage with guilt..."-William Diedrich
    8 days ago
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