Learning...and back for application! ;)

Friday, February 05, 2010

2/5/2010 Interesting. I made it through Christmas within my 'margin of error'...but having a dearly loved familey member come for a prolonged visit changed things. She is overweight, and she did the cooking...and I let her 'splurges' also tempt me and lead me off track!! Not her fault--mine! But interesting to see how habits of those around you can so easily rub off.

Best reality kicker I know is tracking! So--I'm back to tracking till I hit goal again, and keep it there for two weeks.

I look forward to seeing everyone, too!
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    Don't worry Deb. I'm sure you'll have everything under control by next week!
    3863 days ago
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    I'm glad you are back! ;)
    3867 days ago
    Deb, it was so nice to see that I had a comment on my Sparkpage from you. YOu have been missed. I am so glad to see you back even if only for a while. I would like to thank that family member who led you astray! LOL, only because it brings you back to us for a little while! I am starting to realise the magnitude of what I have done with buying this business!
    3876 days ago
    So glad you are back even if only for a little while! emoticon
    3878 days ago
    Deb glad to hear that you are back. I hope you will post on some of the threads in the 50+ team. You have been missed.
    3879 days ago
    Welcome back, dear friend!
    It was so good to see that blog notice in my in-box! I agree that peer-pressure can get us in so my ways, and on so many levels!
    It'll be fun to have you around for awhile.
    We missed you!
    3879 days ago
    Sorry that you slid off the wagon, but happy that you're jumping back on - and back!

    You're just in time to celebrate 2 year anniversaries with the team! emoticon
    3879 days ago
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    3879 days ago
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