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Aug.2018 NSV

Sunday, August 19, 2018

My weight is starting to go down again ounce by ounce and that is ok. I know I can’t do it on my own and that God is guiding me and letting my body to react in a positive way. As I finished my devotions this morning I got up to start walking for my weekend challenge where I was in 6th place. I was kind of down about that but a thought came to mind. I sat daown and added up how many miles I have walked so far this year. When I got to Jan. I noticed my Fitbit still had 2017 miles recorded. So I added up how many miles I had walked in2017.
I could not believe my eyes!!!

Miles walked in 2017 Jan— Dec. ————- 1,265.49

Mileswalkedin2018 Jan - Aug. 18th ———- 3,088.19

I’m healthier—— I can walk double what I did last year——- the scale may be slow but thanks to the walking challenges I have victory——— I eat slower———I drink more water——-I drink less coffee——- I eat out less———

I will not give up I’m healthier because of all of you encouraging me and my pushing myself.

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    I love the Walking Challenges too !!
    Congrats on your progress -- That's emoticon

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    590 days ago
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    Team effort has shown me that some loose more weight where others walk, and we each work together to finish our goals. I won’t make it weight wise but have switched to a 9” plate, 20 minute meals, no snacks, and keep tracking and logging. Even though you may be in 6th place now you probably have the most walked in 2018 which is huge
    591 days ago
    Great job with your NSV's!!
    591 days ago
    Della-3018 miles takes you from San Diego to St Augustine FL. Way to go! emoticon
    591 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/19/2018 5:47:57 PM
    Great progress!!!
    591 days ago
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