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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Weigh in day! Ha you thought I was gonna say hump day, didn't you? Today was weigh in day for me, (I forgot to take measurements so that will be tomorrow.) I lost a pound. I can't complain because at least I am losing, though I wish it were going faster. I know I am doing it right because it's not going faster, I could slip easily into old habits and make it come off faster but that wouldn't be healthy and I made myself a promise to do this the right way so it stays off this time.
I think I have reached a mini goal in a way. I actually am beginning to enjoy my run, as slow as it may be on some days. It gives me a time to unwind in my head and I truly look forward to it most days now. How is everyone else doing? Hang in there you can do it, don't give up even if it sucks, you are gonna make it. If I can stick with it anyone can because I am the queen of procrastination and excuses, so I know.

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    my weigh in day is on Wed evening also. I was a tad disappointed because I worked every hard and lose 1/2 pounds. but it was a lose so I will take it. Congrats on your lose, be proud of it! emoticon
    2389 days ago
    CONGRATULATIONS on the pound lost and the enjoying running thing. Definitely something to celebrate.

    I'm really enjoying joining in the community here at Sparks. I've used the tracker and read the articles for months, but I just recently started reading blogs and joining teams. And now I have an accountability partner which is huge. There is really something to be said for joining in with other people and sharing the journey.

    2389 days ago
  • LUANN7
    Keep up the good work-thanks for the motivation.
    2389 days ago
  • no profile photo CD9181209
    be proud of your pound loss! emoticon

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    2389 days ago
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