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Starting over.... again

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Well, at the end of last summer, I seem to have "let myself go." I guess this will be a battle for the rest of my life. I even gained this weight while training for a half marathon that was ultimately cancelled last December. This whole time up until now, I felt like I really didn't care. I didn't exercise, didn't calorie count and ate like it didn't matter. How sad! I used excuse after excuse not to follow a health lifestyle and look where it got me. "It's too cold to exercise outside," there's a party/holiday," and the one I even hate "comfort food." So bottom line is that I have decided to get back at it again. I started the day after Easter, 4/21/14 and this is the third day in a row that I have been able to stick with it. I have purposely not counted calories and I have walked all three days.
I think I'm finally in the right mindset to get this weight off- again! Here we go......!
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    Been there done that - but my journey in the last 6 years has taught me it IS possible to maintain over a long period of time. Which is not to say its always easy - but it IS possible!! Best of luck to you!! emoticon emoticon
    1486 days ago
    Thanks for the encouragement! I look forward to joining the maintenance team soon!
    1486 days ago
    All RIGHT! Wonderful to have you back in the saddle!

    PLUS, allow me to point you toward one of the BEST SparkTeams around for helping us to MAINTAIN our weight loss efforts and to stay off the weight gain / loss roller coaster:

    At Goal & Maintenance:

    R>Keep the SPARK! :-)

    1486 days ago
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    The mind is a powerful thing!
    1488 days ago
    It most definitely is a matter of mind-set, you are so right. emoticon emoticon
    1488 days ago
    Wishing you a smooth journey!

    1489 days ago
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