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MOTIVATEDKAT SparkPoints: (1,036)
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1/27/12 3:39 P

I am pretty close here too... I'm about 5'1" and 193 pounds. Only difference is that my goal is 175 by April 1st, but eventually I believe my goal will be 150. Hope that we can support each other along this journey.

Kat

SARAHJEAN76 Posts: 9
1/27/12 3:21 P

Me too!! Okay so I may have 2 inches on you and about 15 lbs but pretty close to the same for the rest. I am willing to help you keep accountable if you coudl do the same for me. I am extremely busy but having someone I know I need to help will help me too!! What is the date? We are aiming for the 22nd right now.

MELITHEBRAVE SparkPoints: (3,045)
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1/20/12 10:53 A

I'm also getting married in October and trying to turn my life around. I'm driving my maid of honor CRAZY because I won't schedule a dress fitting. I know I'm beautiful just as I am, but after working at home for three years and gaining 40 points from my sedentary lifestyle, I don't feel beautiful. Going to the doctor last month with fatigue and being awarded a morbidly obese diagnosis for being 220 lbs and 5'5'' inches was the final kick in the butt I needed to do something.

My fiance is a McDonalds, night in kind of guy, and much of my healthy lifestyle like weekend hiking and vegetarian cuisine went out the window when I met him. I'm trying desperately to recreate my old, healthy way of life before we are permanently joined, and before I gain any more weight.

Add me as a friend. I'd LOVE to be your accountability buddy!

Melissa

SCTK519 Posts: 2,085
1/19/12 1:46 P

One thing to keep in mind too is that while you're not getting married until September you do need to be buying a dress about 6 months prior with alterations being done roughly a month beforehand. So I'd subtract that month at the end since if you need alterations done on the dress they'll cost a fortune in addition to the fortune you already paid for the original alterations. I'd say you have until your final fitting to lose the weight.

CMKSJOURNEY SparkPoints: (1,128)
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1/18/12 11:59 A

How are you doing so far with your goal? You can definitely get down to 150 for the wedding with hardwork and being careful about what you eat. I am finding that for myself the Sparkdiet plan works great and that adding the cardio in is helping quite a bit.

You will be beautiful at any size. Keep this in mind, your fiance loves you just the way you are.

PRESLIEH SparkPoints: (159)
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1/13/12 1:28 P

I am getting married in September and I don't want to look back at my wedding pictures and regret the way I look in my pictures. I am only 5' and weight almost 200 lbs. I know my goal is kinda ridiculous because I wanna be 120 by my wedding but I really would be okay at 150. I just want to see results and I haven't been able to with anything else so far. I need someone to help me with my will power and be a kind of accountability partner for what I eat and when I exercise.

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