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10IN20101 Posts: 4
5/11/10 12:13 P

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Thanks for the support and thoughts. bless you.

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5/11/10 12:24 A

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Roz.

Prov. 3: 5-6

Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.

In all your ways acknowledge HIM and HE shall direct your paths.

Nehemiah 9:17 NIV
...But you are a forgiving God, gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in love


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10IN20101 Posts: 4
5/10/10 7:30 P

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Thanks for the support Annann63. Will welcome all i can get. Congrats on the 30 lb loss. Awesome work. emoticon

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5/10/10 4:45 P

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Welcome. I love SP. The people here are wonderful and in no time you will have many SparkFriends and lots of support.



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10IN20101 Posts: 4
5/10/10 8:00 A

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Thanks for the message. I am very active, teach fitness 12 classes per week from aqua fit to yoga and strength training. I also understand that denying oneself is not the way to attain good health either. As a fitness professional a understand the diet trap and certainly am not falling into that.

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5/9/10 6:00 P

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Hi Marily, and welcome to my team "Retired Seniors." I know that SparkPeople is a great place to receive info and tips on how to make your life a healthier one and lets you know what has to be done to lose weight, tone up, or whatever the goal. The people on here are very informed and supportive.

Sorry to be the one to burst your bubble (lol) but I am afraid giving up the after dinner wine is only a very small step in the right direction -- but you do not have to actually "give up" anything -- that's the good news. It is more a matter or portion control and with some of our temptations the portions had better be darn small or very infrequent if you expect to reach that goal. And besides making the right food choices, there is the matter of exercise. Perhaps you are already an active lady, as many are at 69. Eating within your calorie range is wonderful, but if you don't combine it with some exercise I'm afraid your body won't respond with much enthusiasm. But there again, there are articles to read and things to do. You will most definitely be informed once you've been on here for awhile! Good Luck -- we'll be here when you need us and I'm sure you will ....... just keep posting!

Hugs, Eve (SCOTMAMA)

Trying to find the silver lining in all the clouds!

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10IN20101 Posts: 4
5/9/10 10:49 A

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Joined a couple of weeks ago, but have not been keeping my records properly. Have promised myself that I will do better this next week.

My goal is to lose 35 pounds by the end of the year. My biggest "action" towards loosing that amount is leaving out the after dinner glass(s) of wine. Better for the waistline and the liver, as well as my budget.

Would love to hear from other members. By the way I am 69. emoticon

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