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Moving Beyond 220

Saturday, July 20, 2013

I been so busy and stressed out at work since our motorcycle training season has started that I let that be an excuse to put my weight loss program on the back burner. I’ve been maintaining the same weight for the past few months, which I think is great! But I’m not settling to just stay there. I’m moving forward.
My goals and motivation hasn’t been lost but exercising was the first thing that hasn’t been a priority. I need to get back to it being fun and use it as a tool to distress after a long day at work. And, this is where I’ve been stuck at for the last couple of months, but NOT ANYMORE!!!
My husband has been a continual motivating factor and has lost I think close to 4o pounds. He is really motivating me in the exercising department. So, I had to start asking myself why I wasn’t doing it and what can I do to start. With many tips I’ve gotten since being a member here, I knew the place to start is to plan a time I’m more likely to be moving and productive. After careful consideration, I decided the best time would be after work—bottom line. I just need to get some energy, so this would be a good time to start incorporating fruits and vegetables as some of my daily snacks for some natural energy without adding a lot of calories. So that’s the plan….I’ll let ya know the results. Spark on, People!
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    Wow! You really did a good job of answering your own question and providing motivation for others at the same time. Have a great summer!
    1736 days ago

    I do not need people to judge me or my past mistakes along this journey as those comments are not helpful to me. So if you wrote a comment and it's no longer here...your comment was considered discouraging and/or inappropriate. Only GOD CAN JUDGE ME!!!
    1766 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/27/2013 1:14:47 PM
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