ANGLCJEN

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It's almost 2010!!

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Well I've had a rough year. I am looking forward to a new start.

January 1 is D-day for me. I am going to begin exercising again regularly if my back will allow it. I am going to get back to tracking my calories regularly.

And....

(Key drumroll please)

I'm going to quit smoking.

I won't lie. I'm not really looking forward to this at all (mostly the smoking) but I know I need it. I definitely want to get healthier and changing my eating habits and getting active won't make a damn bit of difference if I die of lung cancer at 35 or something. I have already started whitening my teeth.. I think that will help me not want to start smoking again once I see my smile look really nice. I've never really had super white teeth so it will make me feel much better.

I am continuing treatment with my psychiatrist for the PTSD and the major depression. I am hoping that soon I will begin having more energy and look forward to doing more and getting more active.

Well this was just a quick update. I haven't been on SP in a month so I figured there was no better time than now :)

Take care my Spark Peeps!

Jen.
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  • ANGLCJEN
    Thanks everyone. I am super nervous now that I realize it's TOMORROW!!!
    4121 days ago
  • D_K455
    good luck and all the best with the stop smoking goal emoticon
    4121 days ago
  • TAZ675
    If it helps - the trick I used to quit smoking was to have a listern breath strip (I find them very very very strong and don't particularlly like them) every time I had a craving for to smoke. No weight gain, retrained my brain, and minty fresh breath all at the same time LOL

    Good luck to you!!
    4122 days ago
  • LMSTRAW
    welcome back :) Good luck to you, wishing you a healthy, happy 2010
    emoticon

    Linda
    4122 days ago
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