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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

I have been trying on my own to do the right thing in the midst of my demanding life and not doing too great at it. Been putting on a few.

But I gave away all my fat clothes so my wardrobe will vastly diminish if I do not control my eating and fast!! I also need to add cardio back into my routine. It will also help my moods once I get into it.

So I'm back to blogging and accountability becasue I need you guys to give me the KITB I need.

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    It's the only emoticon
    2612 days ago
    Just start back slow - use the jump start steps from spark and you'll be back up to speed in no time. Good luck!
    2612 days ago
  • JESS0107
    Walking is the best! Take yourself a long walk. It will boost your mood. Changing your lifestyle will take some time. It doesn't occur overnight. But you are doing great! You are taking the first steps to become a healthier you. Just know that you can do this! With Christ, all things are possible!
    2612 days ago
  • -POOKIE-
    Imagine yourself at work, in the store, on the street.... NAKED!!!! emoticon

    You want that??? HMMMMM??? *grins* I dont think so!

    One butt kicked!
    2612 days ago
    emoticon one butt swiftly kicked Lin

    2613 days ago
    Consider yourself kicked!
    2613 days ago
    You just took the first step- yeah! I read the BEST spark blog today... it's called "Yes You Can!" Check it out. I'm thinking of printing it and hanging it up!!! :)
    2613 days ago
    You should go for walks outside anytime the weather is nice. If not you cdould use the gym if you are a member or walk around in the house such as up and down the steps. Do enough to be a challenge, but not enough to make you sore or completely out of energy. This means that you may need to start slowly.
    2613 days ago
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