4 weeks into the program, Feb 6th 2012. 222 pounds
One year later with the same clothes. This is what a 50 pound difference looks like.
New Spark Shirt! 177 pounds, 1 year 5 months 1 week into the program.
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CAKEMAKERMOM is a SparkPeople Motivator!
I got rid of 50, maintained it for two years, then fell hard. I know I can lose it because I did it well before. It will be gone within the year!
I've had excuses before, I even had legitimate ones. I got rid of the clutter in the house, the medical issues in the family, the credit card debt and the toxic apartment. I no longer have excuses.
I control my vitamin D deficiency with supplements. I have a beautiful park with walking trails in the backyard, I have some active video games. I have 2 school aged kids I need to be healthy for.
I won't let excuses rule my life, every excuse can be overcome. An excuse is just a challenge to figure out how to do something different.
Starting over! Check second set of goals after first completed goals.
Long term goal: Don't let stress eat me up because that makes me eat everything in sight!
Mini Goal #1, under 200 pounds: 5-22-12
Mini Goal #2, halfway point, 190 pounds: 6-28-12
Mini Goal #3, No longer Obese, 185 pounds: 8-6-12
Mini Goal #4, 20% gone, 184 pounds: 8-6-12
Mini Goal #5, lowest married weight, 175 pounds: 2-2-13
New set of goals:
Mini Goal #1, first 15 gone, 227 pounds: tbd
Mini Goal #2, halfway point to Spark Tracker goal, 198 pounds: tbd
Mini Goal #3, 20% gone, 194 pounds: tbd
Mini Goal #4, No longer Obese, 185 pounds: tbd
Mini Goal #5, Spark Tracker 1 year goal, 166 pounds: tbd
Restarting tracking for some months until my brain is wired to remember portion sizes and can handle "just one" cookie, slice of cake, etc.
I'm a Minnesota mom of 2 school aged kids with a helpful husband that hides his junk food if it comes home.
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| current weight: 233.6