AQUAGIRL423   18,807
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I have always been overweight and have always wanted to do something about it. Until now, I wasn't dedicated to making that change.
I have always been overweight and have always wanted to do something about it. Until now, I wasn't dedicated to making that change.



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 Pounds lost: 7.0 

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Member Since: 5/8/2012

SparkPoints: 18,807

Fitness Minutes: 16,952

My Goals:
My goals are to build the foundation to lead an active and healthy lifestyle and then maintain it.

My Program:
I plan to workout 5 or 6 days a week in addition to walking my dog every day. I will plan my meals and pay attention to the nutrient content.

Personal Information:
I am from St. Louis and starting my life as an adult post-college. On my days off I volunteer at a wildlife center where we have reptiles and mammals.

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My favorite author is Chuck Palahniuk. I mostly enjoy reading biology books (mostly evolution and animal science).

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4/1/2016 12:24:01 PM

I receive much wise counsel through the Holy Bible. Scripture is full of wisdom for all, whether they are a believer or not. Here is the wisdom I receive today as I prepare for April's focus on developing a willingness that makes me able to succeed:

Isaiah advises us, "For thus the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel, has said, 'In repentance and rest you will be saved, In quietness and trust is your strength.' But you were not willing" ~ Isaiah 30:15.

We miss out on good things in life when we are unwilling to cooperate in doing what is needful for achieving the good we desire. God through Isaiah tells us that our consenting to cooperate with laws, rules, guidelines, etc., leads to our eating "the best of the land" (Isaiah 1:18-20). Willingness to do what we must for what we want is a necessary mindset for overcoming temptation and the failure to achieve. Develop a willingness to do what it takes within the boundaries of what is good, right, and true, and you will go far in life.

"If anyone is willing to do His will, he will know of the teaching, whether it is of God or whether I speak from Myself" ~ John 7:17.

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6/19/2015 1:47:43 PM

You know, I get so wrapped up in the struggle to reach the goal line that I forget to simply live the journey. My goal for summer 2015 is to simply live it; to keep moving forward, even if I stumble along the way. It is the lifestyle I want, to walk the road with faithful fervor. So I am going to focus on simply living it.

Trust in the Lord, and do good;
Dwell in the land and cultivate faithfulness.
(Psalm 37)

We can do it!

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4/17/2015 12:10:55 PM

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Things I am learning this week: Wholehearted resolve reveals itself through earnest effort that flows from a willingness to adjust course in order to accomplish a purpose. Adjustments made with wholehearted resolve to possess the goal desired will produce lasting results I can live with for the long haul. Thinking of you and praying for your journey as we walk this way together. Darlene

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4/5/2015 2:18:37 PM

This Easter season, may you know a hug sent from God when you see one! emoticon Happy Easter!

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1/10/2015 1:12:28 PM

Walk in wisdom this day. Pure wisdom leaves us with no question about whether it is a good thing to do.
Walk in wisdom this day, for wise decision, thoughts and actions bring peace to us.
Walk in wisdom, which practices gentleness even with oneself. Be good to you today.
Walk in wisdom, practicing sound reason in all things you face today.
Walk in wisdom that is full of mercy. Wisdom understands who we are, where we are, and the challenge faced in getting where we are going. It does not give a beat down, but lifts up off the ground.
Walk in wisdom. It produces good fruit, making a life of abundance.
Walk in wisdom. It is unwavering, removing doubt and fear.
Walk in wisdom that keeps us from a life of hypocrisy by stabilizing our course, making our path straight.

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