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Nov 2014





Finishing my first 5k - 10/19/13 - Tears of joy.





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I am a person with diabetes, I am strong, I need to eat healthier.

Long-term goals for 2014 (always in motion):
Eat a planned dinner 3x a week
All 2014 a1cs less than 7% - Dec 2014
Work towards balancing blood sugar.
I am a person with diabetes, I am strong, I need to eat healthier.

Long-term goals for 2014 (always in motion):
Eat a planned dinner 3x a week
All 2014 a1cs less than 7% - Dec 2014
Work towards balancing blood sugar.


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Member Since: 8/10/2012

SparkPoints: 132,848

Fitness Minutes: 37,913

My Goals:
My goals are:
- Continue to build strength with personal training and exercise
- Keep carbs in target range
- Run another 5k
- Lose some weight (of course!)

My Program:
I am following the SparkPeople diabetes plan for the most part. I tend to stop eating by 7pm. I drink at least 8-8 ozs. glasses of water per day. I say no to things that just aren't worth doing.

Personal Information:
Beginning runner
Some recent stats:
10/19/13 Ran 5k (58:29)
7/13/13 Ran 5k (67 min)

Other Information:
I am a huge science fiction fan: Star Wars, Star Trek, Aliens, Indiana Jones, The Mummy, Twilight Zone series, Michael Crichton books. I also like the Harry Potter series, Hunger Games and Lord of the Rings.

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KALANTHA
12/16/2014 6:49:14 PM

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There are only 15 days left to make a positive impact on 2014. Here's a shot of motivation to help you close out the year STRONG!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syIm5MHG
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KALANTHA
12/11/2014 12:42:44 PM

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What is a Workout?
By George Allen, former Washington Redskins Coach

A workout is 25 percent perspiration and 75 percent determination. Stated another way, it is one part physical exertion and three parts self-discipline. Doing it is easy once you get started.

A workout makes you better today than you were yesterday. It strengthens the body, relaxes the mind, and toughens the spirit. When you work out regularly, your problems diminish and your confidence grows.

A workout is a personal triumph over laziness and procrastination. It is the badge of a winner - the mark of an organized, goal-oriented person who has taken charge of his, or her, destiny.

A workout is a wise use of time and an investment in excellence. It is a way of preparing for life's challenges and proving to yourself that you have what it takes to do what is necessary.

A workout is a key that helps unlock the door to opportunity and success. Hidden within each of us is an extraordinary force. Physical and mental fitness are the triggers that can release it.

A workout is a form of rebirth. When you finish a good workout, you don't simply feel better, YOU FEEL BETTER ABOUT YOURSELF.

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KALANTHA
12/7/2014 10:33:13 AM

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"Dry Bones" a short, very readable blog about the importance of good hydration by Richard Simmons:

http://www.richardsimmons.com/site/daily
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KALANTHA
11/30/2014 9:22:02 AM

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"Discipline is just choosing between what you want now and what you want most." (T. Harv Eker)

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KALANTHA
11/23/2014 10:57:46 AM

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"The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new." (Unknown)

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