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Tuesday, June 05, 2012

You know you are making progress when you go outside to watch your granddaughter play and you start walking around the yard and doing step work on the front steps! I am still not sure what got into me because I have always said that I am allergic to exercise! lol I felt great after doing it.

I have really been trying to focus on the Fast Break goals. Focusing on the 3 small goals has really been good for me. I am not beating myself up for things not going 100% for my eating. I am not letting my husband's joking get to me. He tries to be supportive but he doesn't have a clue what it is like to be overweight.

I am so glad that I found SP because I think this is going to be a successful journey. Who's with me?
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    I am definitely with you! This site has already changed my life! I have been consistent and I've been here every day since I joined in July. This is one journey that I am truly loving. I'm with you all the way!
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    2996 days ago
    Good Morning! Thanks for stopping by.

    I'm with you Girlfriend! Let's do it!

    The fast break goals are a great thing for me mentally, to keep me focused.

    Step work,,,,,,lol I've done some similar things. Funny isn't it?

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    3066 days ago
    It is avery successful program. Sparkpeople and all the people on this website have kept me motivated, not to mention all the great friends I have made here. A year ago I was diagnosed with DM, weighed 242 pounds and exercise to me was walking from the parking lot to my office building. Today I am off all DM Meds with BSs under control, weight is 150 and I get an hour of exercise every day!!! It has made all the difference!!! We are all with you !! Let's do it!!!!
    3066 days ago
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