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Every day you eat sensibly makes it that much less likely you will overeat again. The new you will become the only you in time. Your inner self will catch up to your outer self in time. No matter how many years you spent building up a self-image labeled fat, frumpy, foolish, failure, it can be destroyed and replaced by the knowledge that you are attractive, effective, and successful, inside and out. Give yourself that time.

Member Since: 9/20/2004

Fitness Minutes: 92,964

My Goals:
My goal is to get rid of this excess weight. I am currently working on the next 5 pounds.


Update-July 2005 - I have lost 15 lb. I hope to be under 200 by September.


I did not reach my under-200 goal by September 2005.

I will be happy to be under 200 whenever it happens.

Update (July 2007) - I am still fighting to get below 200. The difference is that this time I am going to do it. Seven more pounds....

August 22, 2007 - at last I am 199. On to the next challenge.


April 3, 2017 - Ten years later and I have not reached my goal. In fact, since 2017 started, I have been going in the wrong direction. Yes, I am older but I have seen success stories for older women. I really want to be a success so that I can be an encouragement for others. Unfortunately, my energy has been almost nil. I want to eat so that my energy improves and I can get back to signing up for 5K's again.

My 5% Exercise & Diet Commitment. I will walk for a minimum


My Program:
I joined TOPS January 2006 but did not renew my membership in 2012.



Personal Information:
Judy, 71 year old Canadian - allenjudith05@yahoo.ca



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I enjoy quilting, gardening, sewing, knitting, reading, crossword and jigsaw puzzles, spending time with my grandchildren, and surfing the net.




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  • v NORASPAT
    WooHoo, Where does the train go.Is it an excursion trip.

    We only have a few trains from Portland and I am hoping to go with my walking buddies just to go to Portland. Fred likes to stay home his MD stops his excursions so I will try to go with my walking buddies just to see the fall. Pat in Maine emoticon I have been making the yard and I have accomplished a lot.
    Thanks for the thought. Pat in Augusta. emoticon m emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1 day ago
  • v NORASPAT
    Hi JUDY, how are you doing now. I am finally getting ounces off and I am hoping to be in the 170's I am walking the trail and I am not very hungry and I eat with the tracker.
    I have been walking the trail 10,000 plus and I am doing the yard except the mower. I cannot abide the exhaust. I have been chopping little branches and our weather has been superb. 80 again today. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon I have to keep the yard .Now I have put it almost to sleep. Pat in Me

    2 days ago
  • v CHELZANNE
    Thanks so much for reading my digital friend blog today and your sweet words. I befriended you. I hope to be of support to you in the health journey. emoticon

    Chelsea
    2 days ago
  • v SIMPLY_JAE
    "You must accept that you might fail; then, if you do your best and still don't win, at least you can be satisfied that you've tried. If you don't accept failure as a possibility, you don't set high goals, you don't branch out, you don't try - you don't take the risk." Rosalynn Carter

    2 days ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    The difficulties we face can be a source of strength, enabling us to rise above perceived adversity. Dr. Terry Gordon
    2 days ago
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