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  • v SMUISE
    Hi Jo!! How are you liking your new Fitbit? I love mine...even if it tells me I'm lazy haha!!

    I find it does keep you aware of how little or much you are moving. The key is to wear it consistently and take baby steps in increasing your steps. Going from 4000 to 10000 a day it a lot so break it up!

    I aim for 10000 three times a week...the rest around 7000.

    Sam
    Co-leader Canadian East Coasters
    74 days ago
  • v GRANDMABEAST63
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    Good morning,

    You are in the Top 5 Members of the Sparkspoints this week for our team, the Girlies Ditching A+100 Pounds Team. Thank you for the team emoticon

    All the best . Josée - co-leader

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    93 days ago
  • v SYLVIEGIRL
    Hi Jo!
    From Girlies Ditching 100 lbs team, but saw you say you are from Canada and then realized oh cooooool, New Brunswick even!

    I was living in Saint John, moved to Virginia to be with my honey (now wife) 3 years ago.
    We will be moving closer by end of next summer (Maine) - but anyway wanted to say HI!
    Small world, hehe.
    102 days ago
  • v GRANDMABEAST63
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    Congrats, you are one of the top 5 Girlies Team members for the Sparkspoint this past week. Thanks for the contribution to our team as well.

    Josée, Co-Leader with MONIQUEDIVA

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    121 days ago
  • v DEACONPEG
    I saw your comment about fearing food with complicated grief. I recently met a widow who had bad food at a Sr. Living Facility and is now afraid to eat the food here. I am coaching her to eat one thing at a time. Don't try to eat a whole meal. Start with soup, fruit or veggies you know you have enjoyed in the past. Eat small portions. Stay away from hard to digest meat until your stomach gets back on track, but you want solid food. Eggs are always good for protein and vitamins. You will find that your appetite comes back and you are hungry. When my husband died, I lost almost 80 lbs. I understand not wanting to eat, but you have a mission that has not been fulfilled. We need you to get stronger. emoticon
    152 days ago
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