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I've made progress!

Monday, August 17, 2015

I stopped weighing every day, it had been one week since my last weigh in. After camping last week I was afraid to get on the scale. But I did it anyway, I lost 3 pounds! What an encouragement that is!
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  • MEOWMEEEOW
    Yay! That's so exciting! If you only have 15 pounds to lose, that's 20%. Amazing! Please be patient with yourself if some of the rest of it takes longer. Sometimes I only lose a pound a month, but I still keep at it.

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    1595 days ago
  • TODDERICKV
    Great job. I try to stick to once a week weigh in and same time. I do Fridays after work.
    1611 days ago
  • JOHNWBROCKSR777
    Hello...Spark People has become my support groups for you see I am a recovering grease-holic. Yes, it is true if you can "fry it" I can "eat it".

    Moderation is a very important key to being successful in our journey. One day at a time....Look for small victories...Look for non-scale successes.

    Spark People research has found that people who get involved in social teams tend to be more successful in their efforts.

    I want to personally invite you to join the SparkPeople's Official Healthy Habits Challenge Team. There you will find others that will support you in your journey and you will be able to help others as well.

    On our team page BOBCATGIRL76 one of our team leaders has a great article to check out. Let me know what you think.

    We are here to help. YOU can DO this! Oh by the way...have you ever tried Fried cardboard, don't have much favor but a nice crunch....lol....Live life today.

    Remember: By Endurance we conquer-Shackleton

    John
    1616 days ago
  • 1BOOMBALATTY
    good job
    1616 days ago
  • MHUL7330
    Congrats. I wish I had the will power not to weigh myself every day.
    1616 days ago
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