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Happy 6th Sparkiversary to my Classmate, LIZZIE561!

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

This week I’ll be featuring some of my classmates from the SP Class of March 4-10, 2007. Monday kicked off our class’ 6th sparkiversary and I just want to applaud those who have really determined to stick with SP and reach their goals, maintain, or keep going at it (people like myself).

So today, I will begin by featuring LIZZIE561. She joined SP on the 4th 6 years ago, (like me).

In her own words...

"I am a single mom to a four year old little girl. Weight has always been a struggle of mine. In 2004 I developed an eating disorder and lost a lot of weight. When I got pregnant in 2006 and became a single mother, I gained it all back plus some. The struggles and depression related to being a single mom has kept the weight on for four years. I'm ready to take my life back. I want to love myself and hopefully have someone love me in return one day."

Lizzie, I'm sure that as you work to better yourself and feel more confident about your accomplishments... you'll not only reach your physical, mental and emotional goals, but your "love goal" as well. Thanks for putting yourself out there!!!!

Check out some of Lizzie's accomplishments:

My Goals:
Lose weight, build self esteem, get healthy..

Highest/starting weight: 214lbs--OBESE (2.7.11)
Goal 1: 209lbs--MET! (2.26.11)
Goal 2: 199lbs- MET! (1/30/13)
Goal 3: 189lbs-
Minigoal: 179lbs--OVERWEIGHT!
Goal 4: 169lbs
Goal 5: 159lbs
Mini Goal: 149lbs
Goal 7: 139lbs
Goal 8: 130lbs My Long Term Goal!


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    I love that you're acknowledging other people for working toward and sticking with their goals emoticon
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    How sweet of you to acknowledge others!
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