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Saturday, July 06, 2013

I think my daily blogging is keeping my weight loss efforts real. Being that I am writing my thoughts/feelings out loud it seems obvious . And this is a good thing to have a constant reminder of what my goals are. Every day that I blog I feel that it brings me closer to my goals. It's putting it out there for everyone to see and mostly me. It's said out loud and in black and white. I feel grateful that I am able to express myself here. When I first thought about blogging I thought my gosh everyone will see. See what! Nice, everyone will see what my goals are. And maybe in the process I can help someone. That is the best part about blogging...
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  • TERRY0217
    Thank you for your blog...maybe I need to start a journal to help me through emoticon
    1779 days ago
    Yes, blogging is a good way to stay accountable and see your own progress.

    Good job!
    1779 days ago
    emoticon Chris
    1779 days ago
    So true! emoticon
    1779 days ago
    emoticon emoticon for sharing.
    1780 days ago
    Blogging helps me to be accountable to myself. It also helps to know that others will read it and will offer support! I love doing it!

    1780 days ago
  • PATTIE441
    You are awesome girl! Blogging is great, and you are doing a wonderful and inspiring job! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon I love to also blog in private, and you can still earn your 3 points if you do a personal blogging on your planner, which is in the "My Trackers" section on top of the page here, and it drops down to "Planner". I also make an appointment on that page to exercise, and get 1 extra point, too. Yay! You are rockin it, Mary! Way to go! Woo Hoo! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1780 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/6/2013 7:36:30 PM
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