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Thank you for the welcomes. Kathie, I belong to a very informal writing group as well. For me, it's a supportive environment that I can stretch out of my comfort zone in.

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2/1/13 11:39 P

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emoticon CDCSMITH2013 and emoticon to the team...Nice to have you with us on the journey to a healthier lifestyle.

You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.

Mistakes are the portals of discovery.

Don't be afraid to give your best at what seemingly are small jobs. Every time you conquer one it makes you that much stronger. If you do the little jobs well, the big ones will tend to take care of themselves.

It is never too late to be what you might have been.


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emoticon this is an awesome site. I find the nutrition and fitness trackers invaluable. My writing is very sporadic, but I am joining a writing group so I hope to make it more consistent. Try to take one day at a time and remember we are all in this together.

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emoticon , Cheryl. Do not think of exercise and writing as a one or the other option but as one that is exclusive from the other. Use exercise to rest the brain or to get it going, to think over a plot twist (treadmill walking is terrific for this), etc. May you have the best of success with your workouts and with your writing and in finding balance between the two. -- Lou

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My name is Cheryl, though I write under a different name (Jess Kiefer). Silly to have an alter-ego when I haven't been published, but there it is. The genre I write in, is paranormal. Within that, most of it would be considered romance. I have a family in my alternate universe I write about often. The Nickerson clan. Currently working on edits for a piece called The Storm. I find re-working harder than the initial writing, but so far, everything that has been brought up, makes sense to fix/tweak/ cut (ack1), and so forth.

I won't say I write every day, but it's darn close. I research as well and some days that takes up more time. I would rather write than exercise, so finding this group seemed like a way to balance the two.

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