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Milestone within sight!

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Did you ever take advantage of the reports that you can run through SP?
This morning I got on the scale and I'm at 202.6. My first milestone is to get below 200. This is a HUGE goal for me because I don't remember the last time I was below. It might have been in Israel 2 years ago, but if so, I didn't track it.
I went to the report on SP for weight and ran one from the day I started SP until today. What I've tracked shows that today is the least I've weighed 5 years! My highest weight was 255. It's rather shocking when you see things like that. For one thing, it's now cemented my commitment to get below the 200 mark! I think this would change not only how I feel about myself, but how people view me.
Most of the comments I get are that I don't look as heavy as I am. (This is a God thing because I'm heavy EVERYWHERE; it's not focused in one area). The fact is, I do not have a large frame. What I have is a body that is almost 50% fat--that's close to 100lbs of fat! The picture on my profile was taken when I was 23. At that point I weighed 110lbs. My ultimate goal here is to be healthy. Choosing a number at random, I'd guess that around 125-130 is going to feel GREAT. Now that I'm so close to breaking the 200 barrier, I know that my ultimate goal is within reach!
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    emoticon I know emoticon that is break 200.. I also have faith in you that you will emoticon and reach each new goal you set for yourself.
    1791 days ago
  • IOWA51973
    Congratulations! I just started this week and it is very motivating to read stories like yours. Keep up the great job! emoticon
    1791 days ago
    Yay! Im at 212 and trying not to look past five lbs at a time, so I doing the onederland dance for you!

    1791 days ago
    Yay! Keep going :}
    1791 days ago
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