Tuesday, December 30, 2014

I am getting back on track under the advice of my doctor to enjoy the holidays then start watching my sugar intake next year. My glucose level was 117 while fasting and had never been that high before. I have been eating a lot of prepared foods minus the fruits and veggies. I have also gained 15 lbs. Also , stopped walking due to problems with my left foot. So, here I am today taking an honest inventory to start 2015. I am crawling humbly to SparkPeople because I know the positive aspects here. This blog is for today because my life has gotten too far off track to wait until tomorrow!
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  • 4CYNDI
    Hi! I know how scary numbers can be from the doctor. I hope you find what you are looking for in support and encouragement here.

    Have fun finding the new You in 2015.
    2354 days ago
    Good for you! I am right there beside you. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2357 days ago
    I'm getting back on track too. It's about baby steps! If we fall, we get back up and try again!
    2359 days ago
    Patricia, My daughter's house was vacant..she had not moved in yet. Big empty house and me with a goal to dance. I danced and remembered the soul train lines with my children when they were young ! What fun!
    2359 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/31/2014 8:37:34 AM
    Good for you! I am ready to get back on track in 2015 as well. emoticon
    2359 days ago
    Believe in yourself! Each hour, each day is a new beginning. Keep trying, never ever give up on yourself. You are so worth a health You! When you remarked on my blog Dancing the Pounds Away you said it brought back memories. Tell me about them please!
    2360 days ago
    There is no time like the present! If your foot is still bothering you, check out some of the chair exercises! You can work up a good sweat without having to put pressure on your feet.
    2360 days ago
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