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I am trying to live each day "in the moment" and be mindful of how I am living my life. My goal is to become the most authentic, true version of myself that God created me to be.

This is my motivation text for May 2016:
Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful or happy. Norman Vincent Peale
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Member Since: 10/1/2011

Fitness Minutes: 43,883

My Goals:
Be faithful to log in everyday and complete my entries.
Work to meet my goals consistently.
Forgive myself when I make a mistake or an unwise choice.
Ask for help when I need it.

May 2016
Daily:
1.Begin each day with TAG(Time Alone w/God)
2.Exercise 15 minutes
3.Track! Track! Track!... eat "clean", healthy!
4. Drink at least 6 glasses of water every day.
5. No eating after 8pm.


My Program:
I am continuing to go slowly so that I establish long lasting lifestyle changes.
I will be mindful of what I eat and how it will affect my health in the long run.
Movement is movement..try to do "just a little more" everyday.



Personal Information:
I'm 60 years old.
I'm a hairdresser.
I live in beautiful North Carolina.
I love going to dog shows and showing Welsh Corgis.
I've been married to a wonderful man for 38 years.
I am a Christian who is trying to become the best person God intended me to be.


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I am a Sidetracked Home Executive..a SHE! I also subscribe to FlyLady. I was born organized, yet I haven't found a successful way to keep the "body clutter" under control! UNTIL I discovered SparkPeople!







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  • v SURVIVOR61
    emoticon My Wonderful Spark Friend !!
    Remember just because it is a Holiday Weekend doesn't mean you can't have a good time and stay on track... just watch be sure to weight the hamburger meat out to 3-4 ounces, layer it with plenty of veggies like lettuce, cucumbers, onions, radishes or your favorites!! Try adding some grilled vegetables to the list... Family BBQ's can be the greatest way to get your family on board to trying fresh grilled vegetables and "Yes" even grilled "Fruits"... Try gilled fruit and veggie kabobs... along with your favorite salsa. Even visit Chef Meg for some of her favorite recipes for grilling!!

    emoticon "Memorial Day Weekend Blessings!!" emoticon
    Remember to Plan for those desserts to, no more than 1/8th of a slice if you put it on your tracker!! You should have plenty of room for it!! Let's be Happy with our choices, not sorry about it later! emoticon
    1 hour ago
  • v SURVIVOR61
    emoticon Don’t completely eliminate foods that you actually LOVE.

    Chances are that if you completely cut out foods you absolutely love, you’ll spring back into old eating habits pretty quickly. Unless your doctor informs you of a health condition that requires food elimination, or unless you choose to eliminate a food for personal reasons, let go of the idea of “bad” foods and learn to enjoy them in moderation instead. Pasta? Rice? A piece of chocolate cake? Enjoying these once in a while won’t derail all of your hard work and they aren’t “unhealthy” in proper portions. It is all about portion control...

    Things do get a bit tricky with this “don’t” though. You have to figure out the best method of non-elimination for you. For example, if you keep your favorite food in the house and know you aren’t able to control how much you eat, then don’t keep it in the house. Instead, enjoy it only when you go out.
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    2 days ago
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    Do you need to wait to feel hungry before eating? Worst Diet Advice: 'Only Eat When Hungry'

    Why you shouldn’t let hunger drive your dietary decisions . Don't believe it? What happens when you go to the supermarket hungry? Well you shop differently, of course, coming home with items you'd have never purchased on a full stomach. And what happens when you sit down to a meal hungry? Well you're still shopping of course, only this time you're shopping from your plate, your fridge, your cupboards, your freezer, or worst of all, from a menu. emoticon
    3 days ago
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    My Dr. is recommending that I eat several smaller meals throughout the day now that I have been diagnosed as having "Hypoglycemia". Instead of eating 3 regular meals and 2 snacks, I would be eating 6 smaller meals through out the day. By eating at regular intervals, my blood sugar levels (and therefore my energy levels) would remain stable. So, instead of having that mid-afternoon crash, I would be full of energy through dinnertime! By eating every few hours (especially if when we chew on fruits and veggies) can also help add extra the nutrition that might be missing from other meals. By cutting out refined sugar, I also cut a lot of fruits that were high in sugar as well. I have recently learned that my body needs this natural sugar. Therefore I have started re-introducing them back into my meal plans as needed. This is helping to restart my metabolism. How many of you know what "Hypoglycemia" is? Could you be suffering from this condition and not know it? I was.

    Hypoglycemia : deficiency of glucose ( sugar ) in the bloodstream. Low Blood Sugar.
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    7 days ago
  • v SURVIVOR61
    I'm so glad that you came by my page. I can imagine your husband. My husband is the same way and he has no excuse. He just refuses to eat healthy, even though the doctor gets on to him. Only now he has gout and really has no choice on the fact that he has to start watching some of what he eats. I am ashamed to say that I actually laughed at him when the doctor told him yet again. If you want less pain, you are going to have to listen to me. I have already prayed for forgiveness. Lol... So now my husband tries to sabotage me by bringing in chocolate and leaving some for me.... I just throw it out or put it into the fridge in the garage. It does get a little funny around here when the neighbors come over. emoticon God Bless You and your wonderful husband.
    8 days ago
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