JAGTALKING

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Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Well been on the site for about a week and a half, havent really started much exercise, however, tracking has opened my eyes. Taking all the information in and step by step letting it create the new me :)
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  • JAGTALKING
    Thank you so much for the support. I find myself being excited about things for the first time in a long time. :-)
    2258 days ago
  • WATERDIAMONDS
    Yeah, the site is amazing and overwhelming and confusing at first, but you get the hang of it and then it's a breeze!

    Best of success to you on your journey back to great health. emoticon
    2260 days ago
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    2261 days ago
  • JOLEON
    You made the first step and that great! One new habit at a time!
    2261 days ago
  • SJOHNS30
    When I started SP back in college I started the same way. I tracked my food, but didn't exercise for several months. Slow steps are what works, so go at a pace that works for you. I started by taking a walk once a week.... nothing crazy or flashy, but eventually it grew into something big. You can do it:)
    2261 days ago
  • WILSHAR7
    Tracking your water, exercise, food, and whatever else you want to track is a great way of making yourself accountable. You just have to make yourself get on this website everyday.


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    Comment edited on: 8/7/2012 1:19:06 PM
  • KA7MONTOYA
    I did the same thing when I started and it was a great wake up call for me. Another thing that helped me is to invest in a digital food scale. You never know if you're going over or under your calorie quota unless you have one. Keep up the good work!

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    2261 days ago
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