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25 August 2013 - 75.5 Kg

tracking calories,
eating organic food - the mediterranean diet,
strenght training during the week,
walking a bit every day,
1 time swimming each week,
engjoy the journey!

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"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. "
Lao Tzu

http://angelmadewool.blogspot.com
25 August 2013 - 75.5 Kg

tracking calories,
eating organic food - the mediterranean diet,
strenght training during the week,
walking a bit every day,
1 time swimming each week,
engjoy the journey!

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"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. "
Lao Tzu

http://angelmadewool.blogspot.com




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Member Since: 12/11/2008

SparkPoints: 16,608

Fitness Minutes: 23,691

My Goals:
60 kilos!
Enter back in my wardrobe!
Have more energy!
Swim 80 lanes in an hour (2 kilometers)

My Program:
Started 73 kilos.
Walk as much as possible, expecially in the early morning.
Eating organic good food the right amount each day.


Personal Information:
born in 1971, 167 centimeters. Italian!
My life is divided between family, work, studying and a little bit of me time.




Other Information:
"Fall seven times. Stand up eight." - Japanese Proverb

"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts” W Churchill

"In this life we cannot always do great things. But we can do small things with great love" – Mother Teresa

If you can dream it, you can do it – Walt Disney

“Happiness is not a station you arrive at, but a manner of traveling.”
Margaret Lee Runbeck

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Member Comments:
MARCYNA
2/15/2014 4:36:22 AM

Thanks for your comment, btw, are you a lawyer?????
I did not send an email to my workplace, but officiallly told the secretaries that my doctor had denied me a 'normal' certificate, and they replied that the hospital document should be fine.
In case it should not, a medical-legal commissiom will examine it and ask me for details.
The document luckily 's ok for all info- name, date, illness
and prognosis, but does not contain my address.
I had a clever idea and I wrote my address on a separate piece of paper , signed it and enclosed it to the doc.
In case INPS should reject or question anything, , I will declare I added the information which was missing and did my best to have a 'regular' certificate. I did all I could do - call my doctor, get to her surgery even if it was really hurting, even require a visit, but I could not obtain a certificate from her. at this point, what else could I do????
By the way, I have a VERY good lawyer so in case of need I know he will defend me.
Do you think waht I did is enough????
Bug hugs,
Marcy

Comment edited on: 2/15/2014 4:43:25 AM

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MARCYNA
2/7/2014 5:12:21 AM

Ciao cara,

Sono contenta per il tuo messaggio....
emoticon Meno male che ti è andata bene!!!!Ho seguito la situazione perchè il 90% della mia famiglia è a Roma, per fortuna nessuno ha avuto danni (Abitano in zona Eur-Torrino)
Abbiamo avuto una brutta esperienza nell'alluvione del 2011 quì al nord , mi fa piacere che l'esperienza non ti abbia lasciato danni.
Un abbraccio,
marcy

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MARCYNA
2/6/2014 5:36:57 AM

Ciao Cara, Come è andata con il tempo tremendo di questa settimana?
Spero che tu sia nella parte di città che è rimasta all'asciutto.
Baci,
M. emoticon



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LADYJ6942
3/27/2013 9:53:29 AM

Slow but steady progress is the best way to make lasting changes. You are on the right track, keep on plugging away and good luck.



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LADYJ6942
3/27/2013 9:53:29 AM

Slow but steady progress is the best way to make lasting changes. You are on the right track, keep on plugging away and good luck.



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