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Time to quit being butt hurt

Friday, April 01, 2016

I have decided to rejoin the gym. This decision came around the time I realized I had to have a follow up appointment with my doctor and gained 8 pounds in 6 months. I quit the gym because the husband stopped going and I got all butt hurt about paying for him to just have a key fob. Now it is time to grow the heck up and start worrying about myself and what I need to do to make myself better, fitter, stronger. I have been an awesome cheerleader to my friends who have been trying to lose weight, but doing nothing to keep myself going. One of the girls I have been friends with for around 15 years or so online through a different diet site has finally lost the weight and looks great. So after about 15 years I still look the same. Time to cheer for me and get this going in the right direction. Here I go!
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  • no profile photo EVIE4NOW
    You CAN do it!
    1296 days ago
  • LEAH_420
    You go girl!
    1296 days ago
  • SBIBLE7
    I just started going and exh day gets easier and I am enjoying it :). You can do it !! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป
    1296 days ago
  • LEN1215
    Hang in there. Important to keep going in a positive direction. Find something that motivates you and will keep you going... I know it isn't easy.. I tried a number of different weight loss products in the past, but never stayed with anything for any length of time until recently. Now I have a program... and a plan... I am excited to step onto the scale every day... that is one of my motivating factors.. I hope you can find one too. Good luck.

    Have a great weekend!

    Len
    1296 days ago
  • KJACKSON11
    You got my cheers. Just realizing you need to do this for you is a big step. I know you'll reach your goals๐Ÿ˜Š
    1296 days ago
  • CHERYL4808
    Cheering you on!
    1296 days ago
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