VTORIA3   85,626
SparkPoints
80,000-99,999 SparkPoints
 
 



I have 7 pics in my gallery





Awards






 
A Day that sparkles, is a day well done

Just do it!

Committed to doing the 2014 Summer 5% Challenge!

Just do it!

Committed to doing the 2014 Summer 5% Challenge!



Current Status:
VTORIA3 has landed. In Marrakech, Morocco (virtual) & walking the sights!
set 1 day ago


SparkFriends



SparkTeams



My Ticker:

 Pounds lost: 7.0 
 
0
6
12
18
24


 
Interact with VTORIA3

Send Member a Private Message





Recent Blogs:





 
Profile

Member Since: 9/23/2009

SparkPoints: 85,626

Fitness Minutes: 65,159

My Goals:
Live a healthy fit life, NEVER quit.

Complete 2014 Summer 5% Challenge and lose 8.5#

Improve 6/21/14 stats:
Weight: 169#
BMI 27.2: lower to 25
WHR .69
Waist 31"
Hips 45"
Size 14

My Program:
100 Days of Accountability, Ongoing Chapters

Plan intentions before the start of every day.

Find positives in every day.


Do 2014 Summer 5% Challenge Program:

Exercise 5-6 Days every week.

Eat a healthy balanced 1200 - 1555 calories daily. Holidays, family events, vacation option: max daily calories=weight x 15 calories .
No evening snacking as much as possible

Living the Good Life:
64 oz of water daily
Track all meals
Stay within calorie range every day
Eat 3 meals a day
Daily healthy snack not to exceed 200 calories.

Personal Information:
Happily married with 3 terrific grown boys, 3 lovely grandkids, and a dog. Took an early retirement in 2009, which presented many new lifestyle changes. Have a part-time bookkeeping business going; watch granddaughter 2 days weekly.

Other Information:
Enjoy time with family and friends, reading, gardening, cooking & mini vacations.


Profile Image





 
 



Two Thumbs Up
From:
1MORNINGWALKER

Spices
From:
JULIA_211

Granola Bar
From:
1MORNINGWALKER

Fruit Basket
From:
JULIA_211

Fruit Smoothie
From:
1MORNINGWALKER

Gold Medal
From:
KIWINURSE




Member Comments:
1MORNINGWALKER
7/10/2014 12:05:33 AM

emoticon Vicki, thanks for sending the smiles my way, needed. Got some needed sleep and feel lots better, relaxed on my swing, fell asleep too emoticon
Here is some emoticon for a start to the morning tomorrow.
Have a great day buddy emoticon emoticon



Comment edited on: 7/10/2014 12:06:05 AM

Report Inappropriate Comment
MARILYNROBERT
7/9/2014 1:09:53 PM

Not only did we land but I'm the one who brought us in...that was pretty neat. emoticon And I saw that we were second in pounds lost. My team is tiny now since a few folks had to drop out so even though we have lost people, we've also lost a lot of weight. I make up 2 of those lost pounds...some others have lost much more. emoticon

I slept very well last night and am ready to get out there and walk in the pasture with Sammy, my emu. emoticon (Pretend that's an emu, not a turkey.) emoticon

So glad our SPATs are up and running again!



Comment edited on: 7/9/2014 1:10:14 PM

Report Inappropriate Comment
KDYLOSE
7/9/2014 9:39:15 AM

Hope your family reunion and travels go well and are enjoyable. I just had that all that in June and am now really enjoying the peace, quiet and empty schedule



Report Inappropriate Comment
KAYTIE22
7/8/2014 9:06:22 PM

Thanks for your post about my weight loss. Hey, you had a nice one too. Let's keep pushing. Enjoy Stonehenge!



Report Inappropriate Comment
KDYLOSE
7/8/2014 7:52:47 AM

I totally understand about too many cooks in the garden. My husband suddenly got interested this year and was offering all kinds of opinions on how I should lay it out, which tomato plants to buy, whether to fertilize... I was getting pretty upset - the garden is my little quiet place and he was invading! I finally marked off a plot at one end and told him "this is your part of the garden, you do whatever you want here." So he put in some fancy-schmancy grafted heirloom tomatoes and has kept his nose out of the rest.

We've had great luck the last two years because he tilled up (I do let him till!) a part of the meadow behind our house that's never been used for a garden before. It's much more fertile soil than the dug-up lawn we were using before. Also I found a powdered Norwegian seaweed fertilizer on Amazon that plants seem to love. It's called Maxicrop. When I gave some to my houseplants they all immediately grew new leaves.

Comment edited on: 7/8/2014 7:56:04 AM

Report Inappropriate Comment
Member Comments Page (2811 total):  < Previous12345Next >Last >>

See My SparkFavorites Report Inappropriate Page