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Thursday, September 06, 2018

Okay, I have managed to overcome my negative feelings about myself regarding my having to start my weight loss all over again. Tomorrow will mark one full week back on Spark and restarting my wellness program. I am very pleased that this week I made good food choices and managed to start walking again using the treadmill. I am taking it slow and realize that I may not be able to get my speed back to where it was; my knee is still holding me back. However, my plan is to remain FLEXIBLE and know there will be some days better than others. The important thing is to do "something" every day and of course, keep aiming to make smarter, healthier food choices. Tomorrow, I will weigh myself...but you know what? The number on the scale is not important. What is important to me right now is that these changes I am making are better for my HEALTH and the scale is just a number. So, onward & upward.
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    Yes your attitude will take you far..Just day at a time..we are all doing the same thing
    534 days ago
    You got this! Slow and steady wins the race. I plan to get back on my treadmill too. Guess its time to hang up the clothes off of it!
    536 days ago
    ...are able to get that behind you, negative emotions and self hate talk starts to lift and positive momentum grows! Just keep pushing forward!!
    539 days ago
    Great attitude! I know it’s hard to find and see the positive in things, giving up often wants to creep in, but the important thing is we keep getting back up, all of it is progress and good for us, regardless... Day 1 is often the hardest, once you
    539 days ago
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    You've got the best attitude.. Good for you for doing what you can do!! You are definitely in it to win it!!! Wishing you the best.
    539 days ago
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