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2.4 more pounds gone!

Saturday, April 16, 2011

As I woke up this morning, I realized that it was weigh in day. I was a little leary on it because I have been losing pretty steadily each week and I anticipated a smaller number this week......

Did I do enough exercise? Could I have done more?

Well, I guess I did do enough.....because the scale says that I am down ANOTHER 2.4 pounds! I am so happy.......because I am at the halfway point of my first "small goal".....(30 lbs)!!

I have been working really hard to get control back in my life......and it IS paying off. I have surrounded myself with weight loss articles/shows/webpages/etc...
..this helps me to stay motivated. If we are planning on eating somewhere else (other than home where I control the meals I make), I research the menus so that I can make a smart choice on what I can and can't have.......this way, I am prepared when we go.......I have even spread the spark at work.....people know to come to me with questions on calories/fat content!

I have alot of wonderful friends on this site, too! I love the additional support from them! Thank you all...........

So, as I move forward today..........I know that I can reach my goal..........and for any newbies on this site, I know you can do it too!!!! Just stay motivated and utilize the website........make friends and stay focused.........

Well, I'm off to do my treadmill workout now........so have a great day everyone!
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    Thanks GRSMITH80.....you (and everyone else on here for that matter)really inspire me.....

    I hope you are feeling better?

    2775 days ago
    emoticon You've been working so hard! I'm so happy for you! emoticon
    2776 days ago
    2776 days ago

    That is an awesome feeling! Good luck on your goal!
    2776 days ago
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