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Thanks SparkPeople for getting me off the endless yo-yo rollercoaster. 4+ years and counting.

I started my SparkJourney in January 2011 when I was 25 lbs away from my goal weight. Stick with it people, it works.

I took a hiatus, and I am back to lose some more (including some I put back on. (yikes!) The one thing I know for sure is that I CAN do this. I am motivated and dedicated and am I NOT perfect. Sure, I will stumble at some point during this journey, but I ...
Thanks SparkPeople for getting me off the endless yo-yo rollercoaster. 4+ years and counting.

I started my SparkJourney in January 2011 when I was 25 lbs away from my goal weight. Stick with it people, it works.

I took a hiatus, and I am back to lose some more (including some I put back on. (yikes!) The one thing I know for sure is that I CAN do this. I am motivated and dedicated and am I NOT perfect. Sure, I will stumble at some point during this journey, but I maybe I will do a push up or two while I am down there. ;)



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Member Since: 1/25/2011

My Goals:
Most of the time we simply say "I will go on a DIET" and if most of you are like me, we do good for a few days, maybe even weeks, but that D word simply defeats us. So instead of making a resolution, I made a list of goals that I will work on and change the D word.. make it a lifestyle change...

My goals are:
1. Stay as active as I can on Sparkpeople
2. Get more cardio into my weekly schedule
3. Keep on track with keeping track of my nutrition
4. Keep working toward my big goal of losing a total of 30 lbs.

Personal Information:
Started this journey at the end of January 2011. I lost around 25 then maintained. I would like to take off and then maintain another 15 lbs.
















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UP-2-ME
6/1/2015 4:35:32 PM

My digital scale is a Health-o-meter, which is the same brand as I had when I was using a balance scale. I've had it a few years but it is good quality. Bought it at Walmart but I am sure you can find one at Amazon, drugstores, Target, etc.

Mine provides weight, body fat (not necessarily accurately!), BMI and, if you program a target weight for your age, height and current weight, how many weeks to get to your goal weight with an intake of xxx number of calories. That's a feature I pretty much ignore, though!



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TRUE2THEEND
5/20/2015 9:27:42 AM

emoticon emoticon Glad to see you have joined the: You're An Overcomer Spark-Team! You're emoticon I appreciate you taking that first step and introducing yourself to the group...I'm urging everyone else to follow suit, too, so we can get to know each other better!

And you're absolutely right! No better time than the present! emoticon

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BRADMILL2922
8/10/2012 6:39:35 PM

Thanks for taking the time to check out my blog! Hopefully your b-day and my weigh0-in are both good ones!



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ALLYTHEATHLETE
8/2/2012 10:56:27 PM

Saw your huddle on the Just Do It team page. Stopping by for a visit.

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NASFKAB
8/2/2012 8:53:09 PM

saw your commrnt on huddle so HI & all the best



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