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ALLYTHEATHLETE Posts: 858
5/8/12 11:15 A

Congratulations! I do recommend setting new goals as you meet (and celebrate) previous ones. That way, you keep improving and growing. For example, a ot of Sparkers train for a charity race. I've joined some intramural sand volleyball teams (in addition to my regular workouts) just for fun and it's also a great workout!

What is really hard, and really amazing, is giving up on being perfect and beginning the work of becoming yourself. --Anna Quindlen
CASSIEFLUTE SparkPoints: (971)
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5/8/12 11:07 A

Holy freaking smokes!! Congrats! I hope to lose 5 pounds by the end of this month but... who knows.

MAGGIEVAN SparkPoints: (182,667)
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5/8/12 6:37 A

Exactly! New short, medium and long term goals? You can do it!

Maggie from Auckland the City of Sails in New Zealand.

"Scar tissue is stronger than regular tissue. Realize the strength, and move on." Henry Rollins.

MSDEE7679 SparkPoints: (8,473)
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5/7/12 9:32 A

Great job. This does work! emoticon

JEANINNEWCASTLE Posts: 2,268
5/7/12 12:48 A

Good job!

Sure, new goals could be more related to a specific healthy habit or a new sport/activity that you want to take on. Making healthy choices is a lifestyle!

BETHARDS SparkPoints: (5,611)
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5/7/12 12:33 A

It's been hard work but I am loving it! 14 lbs to my goal! The thing that worries me is, what then? New goals?

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