SparkPeople Fight Like a Girl: PCOS Support and Awareness Team Messageboard This page is dedicated to the women living with PCOS. Our journey to be healthy is more challenging than most so knowing we are not alone is the first step to overcoming the beast. SparkPeople Fight Like a Girl: PCOS Support and Awareness Team Messageboard An Introduction I was going to post my introduction several weeks ago, but you know, has a way of derailing everything. <BR> <BR> My name is Rebekah but you can call me Bekah or Beks. I just turned 32 in March. I live on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio with my furchild. Jinx is a Russian Blue cat and 100% brat. I work for a global logistics company called Expeditors in Customs Brokerage. I won't bore you with the details, but think of us a travel agents for cargo. My part of the process is... Sun, 30 Apr 2017 17:08:32 EST Intro! Hi ladies! <BR> I'm Jem. I'm about to turn 34 and I live in a small town in rural Alberta, Canada. I live with my partner of 10 years and our 2 dogs and 2 cats. I was diagnosed with PCOS about 8 years ago although I have had major issues since before puberty. I can grow a beard better than most men, my hair is thin and falling out, I have about 150lbs to lose (down 10 now, yeehaw) mostly belly weight, and I have been struggling with my weight since I was a child. I also have advanced osteoar... Fri, 28 Apr 2017 16:09:27 EST Virtual Races One of the tools I'm using for motivation are virtual runs. Instead of meeting up on a certain day at a specified time, and running/walking with a group of strangers, you sign up for an event and then do the distance at you own time. You pick the day, time, if you do it all at once, or divide it up over several days. I personally am motivated by race bling because I have the heart of a runner. I just don't have the endurance and strength yet to run. To keep me motivated to move in that di... Sat, 8 Apr 2017 19:06:33 EST