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Down 2.6 pounds

Wednesday, May 04, 2016

I am down 2.6 pounds for this week. That puts me at half-way to my goal of 85 pounds total. It is a bit odd, because I do not feel like I am half-way. Maybe that is because I am trying to do this as sensibly as possible and I don't feel like I am suffering. ;) However, I am still in the obese category, so there is much work to be done. Overall, I am fairly pleased with the nutrition I have been getting and the exercise I am doing. I have many improvements to still make, but I am moving in the right direction.
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  • no profile photo SPARKALOHA
    I'm sorry I missed this but congratulations on your progress!! I'm so glad you feel like it's not that much of a struggle. To me, it means you've found what works for YOU and that's half the battle won. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1306 days ago
  • AMYISSUCCEEDING
    Congratulations on 2.6 pounds gone. You are doing fantastic and I am very proud of you. Have a great weekend and keep up the good work.
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    1314 days ago
  • DAWNSUCCESS
    CONGRATULATIONS! This is amazing!!!
    I am so excited for you!!
    1316 days ago
  • GOCALGAL
    emoticon emoticon Doing it this way is the only way to roll!! Keep up the emoticon job you are doing. emoticon emoticon
    1316 days ago
  • MAWMAW101
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  • P42016
    Great job! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1316 days ago
  • DEBRAJ61
    Good for you!! You are doing it the sensibly way which is the way that will keep it off!! Too many times people try to go to fast, like on the Biggest Loser, and it not only isn't safe but you don't keep it off. Bravo for you!!! Keep pushing!!
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    1316 days ago
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