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Celebrating Giggle Points

Saturday, December 11, 2010

I named them giggle points back in 1989: Those moments in the weight loss and fitness journey when you catch yourself doing something you didn't think was possible for you any more! They are giggle points for me because that's my joyful reaction: I giggle...

When I realized I had started to jog to keep up with my son on the playground (this was several trips ago, mind)... without THINKING about it first!

When I realized that climbing over the transom into the driver's seat from the passenger size because someone parked too close was an option... and easily accomplished.

When I realized that I could flip over on my tummy in my bubble bath (OK, probably TMI).

When the power was off in my office building for several hours last Summer... and I didn't have to think twice about making several trips up and down the stairs.

When I found on an airplane that I could really snug up that seatbelt like they say in the announcement "low and tight around the hips".

When I felt comfortable giving a flip answer to the guy who said I might blow away: "that's a risk I choose to take". No more apologies for being small!

There are so many giggle points along the way, and I cherish and relish each one. My current maintenance giggle point was the realization that I am NOT as obsessed about the scale!

What's made you giggle lately about where you are compared to where you were?


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PATRISNA 12/12/2010 4:24PM

I agree with the others commants. I always loved the feeling of what my winter meltdown team calls Non Scale Victories. I love the term giggle points! Awesome blog!


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PENNYAN45 12/12/2010 9:24AM

    "Giggle Points" is a great term for those little moments of delightful victory! I may borrow that from you.

I had one this morning when I easily zipped up a pair of pants and liked what I saw in the full-length mirror.

Congratulations to all of us on our well-earned Giggle Points!!!

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LINDAJOYWK 12/12/2010 7:19AM

    My giggles have groaned lately-but laughter will come again!

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ELSEEBEE 12/11/2010 6:11PM

    I love the term "giggle points"! Hope you don't mind if I use it! The one about climbing over the car console was the latest one I experienced.

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REJ7777 12/11/2010 4:51PM

    I love the idea of giggle points! I've had quite a few in the last year, but never thought of naming them. I think that naming them "giggle points" brings out the value of those sometimes small, but very significant landmark occasions. emoticon

I had one at work a couple weeks ago. Unfortunately, one of our computer routers is located in a small space you have to crawl into. I've always had to beg and plead to have someone go in there and test the connection when we lost the Internet. I was afraid of literally getting stuck if I crawled in there. My giggle point happened when I looked in there and thought, I can do this! I checked the router connection, easily crawling in and out of that cubby hole on my knees (luckily I was wearing jeans). In spite of my frustration about the router, I had a giggle moment because of the size and agility of my body. emoticon

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GOHUSKERS2 12/11/2010 4:21PM

    Right on!!!!

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STEPHIEKNITS 12/11/2010 12:08PM

    I loved your blog! I have caught myself laughing and giggling to myself the last few days. Either because I have a lot of energy after working out at the gym or liking the way my legs are looking. Thanks so much for sharing

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THIAGRAM 12/11/2010 12:04PM

  I love your giggle points! What a wonderful way to realize how far you have come. I haven't got any giggle points with my weight, but I have with other things. Thanks for sharing your giggle points with us!

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 12/11/2010 11:08AM

    I just love your blogs, Barb -- especially this one! I had several giggle points 3 years ago when I had lost 95 pounds. Not so much these days. It's definitely time for me to start looking forward to achieving those giggle points again. Each blog I read gets me a little closer to where I need to be to begin again. Thanks for the giggle today!

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DEBRITA01 12/11/2010 8:36AM

    What a good way to look at small achievements...giggle points, I like that, too. One of my most recent was helping my brother put up our parents Christmas lights outdoors and I could bend, stretch, and was more flexible (my brother let me do all of that type of We didn't get the lights working (that's another story) and my brother got a slight shock, but I got a good workout (I always try to think positive).

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MAMADELIGHT 12/11/2010 7:24AM

    I like that... giggle points. I realized yesterday that my winter jacket is huge on me this year. I love it.

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MSLZZY 12/11/2010 6:40AM

    Great way to look at accomplishments, no matter how small.

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Friday, December 10, 2010

I know it's not the great day just yet, but peace in your heart can come at any time. Sometimes it takes me by surprise when it shows up. For me, especially at this time of year, in this season of expectation, it comes in moments of contentment... and it doesn't matter my circumstances in that year: heavy, thin, sick, well, poor, rich, stressed, relaxed, grieving, rejoicing, anxious or thrilled... when it comes, it cannot be denied.

It is a blessing from on high.

I remember a year when I was well set up to feel sorry for myself. It was a year I had to work the overnight shift on Christmas eve. I was missing my traditional family gathering for the first time. I thought I would be sad... but as I put my coat away in my locker and put my headset over my ears (it was telephone work at the time)... I found myself humming carols. And with that peace swelling my heart.

Another year, my marriage was rocky and I was working through some tough things... and I was just sitting quietly after putting up the tree. My son was flopped on the couch opposite. My husband was in the next room for a moment... and it entered in the light of the tree.

Inviting that peace is part of my seasonal ritual. I get up early, set the lights on the tree, fire up the candles, and put on a Christmas album. It lifts my heart and invites the peace.

So, my Spark friends, this is my Christmas wish for each of you: that the peace enter into your hearts... for from moments of peace come worlds of peace... one day at a time, from the inside out. Sending waves of peace and love out through Spark Space... like Tiny Tim: God Bless us, every one!

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REJ7777 12/11/2010 4:36PM

    Thank you for that wish of peace. I think it's one of the greatest gifts anyone can possess. I wish you a blessed and peaceful Christmas in return! emoticon

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CHRYS13 12/11/2010 8:18AM

    Thank-you so much for your words....I've invited in the peace.... emoticon

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PENNYAN45 12/10/2010 5:32PM

    This blog tonight felt like a beautiful Christmas card from a friend.

Thank you. May peace be with you.

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SLENDERELLA61 12/10/2010 3:49PM

    "Inviting the peace" -- very powerful!! Thanks! Enjoy your peace.

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ANDI571 12/10/2010 10:11AM

    Peace....That is such a good feeling, when we just sit back and let it enter in. I think sometimes it is there, but we let our mind wonder to all of the things we can't control, and shove it back to where it is unreachable.

As I write this, the sun just came out and a big ray of it hit me through the window. Awesome.

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 12/10/2010 9:56AM

    I think some of my most "important" times during the holidays are those times when I'm home alone, the tree lights are the only lights on, and soft music playing. I can then reflect on my life, my dreams, my disappointments, and then gradually turn those thoughts over to God -- thanking HIM for all he has done for me. Wishing you and everyone that certain peace that comes through God and Christ. Today and always.

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BUGGYS 12/10/2010 8:57AM

Thanks, Barb! I wish everyone peace during the season and beyond. When my DH and I get our tree lit we often sit on the couch side by side with the Christmas music playing and the candles lit and reflect on our life together...all of the ups and downs...and we come to the realization that Christmas and the peace it brings should be felt all year long!

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CONCHA77 12/10/2010 8:12AM

    Thank You, Barb. Awesome blog, so very thoughtful. Peace to you and your family this Christmas and always.

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SWEETMAGNOLIA2 12/10/2010 7:56AM

    Thank you for this oasis in the desert of hustle and bustle. May you keep finding and treasuring Peace. emoticon

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LEANJEAN6 12/10/2010 7:52AM

    I feel the peace girl!!! Thank yu for reminding me what Christmas is all about!

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DEBRITA01 12/10/2010 7:22AM

    Yours was the first blog I read today...thanks for sharing. Wishing you continued peace and contentment this holiday season...

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Goal weight is NOT a holiday

Thursday, December 09, 2010

For those of us who have battled overeating (and weight) most of our lives, there may have been some baggage associated with the very concept of "goal weight". We may have invested it, in our minds, with some unrealistic expectations.

I've used the example of goal weight as a "finish line" before. The concept that you stop "dieting" when you reach it is a set-up for failure.

But how about Goal Weight as a holiday: Christmas morning? You wake up, and there, bright and shiny, wrapped in a bow, is the magic number on your scale! That means that Christmas has arrived... you can eat, drink and be merry, and open all those packages that you just KNOW Santa has left for you: love, success, happiness! Only... those packages don't have your dreams in them. Instead, you unwrap them to find... it's still your life!

What to do about this revelation? Give up and go back to old habits? Be honest, didn't a lot us do that? I know I did! More than once.

So, over the decades, I've had to adjust my thinking about Goal Weight. In the end, I decided I don't really have a goal weight. WalkingAnnie introduced me to the concept of "home" weight range in a blog sometime in the past year. Home weight is where one feels fit and healthy. Yes, monitored by tracking, to make sure we haven't strayed too far from home.

This change in thinking has made it possible (for me) to keep up the healthy habits, to stop the blame game for slips on maintenance, and to feel gratefully in recovery. One day at a time. I haven't really THOUGHT much about the numbers in a couple of months now, beyond the morning weigh-in, "yes, I had a lot of sodium yesterday, it's up a bubble", or "I was right, it's back down again", or "yikes that's lower than usual... am I dehydrated?"... then another, "that's more like it, got my water in". Weight fluctuates, but I'm more comfy... I'm "home" and have been for four months now.

Maybe if I start thinking about the bumps up as being the "HoliDAY" (not holiWEEK, or holiMONTH), and keep on coming "home"... this will be truly what I pray for: healthy living for the rest of my life!

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PATRISNA 12/12/2010 4:51PM

    I like this concept that Walking Annie came up with and you blogged about. It is better than the term goal weight. I am rethinking a lot of my goals. I am pretty happy with my current weight. But this was not my original goal weight. So I am still trying to lose that 20 something pounds. Then I'll see what the home weight plan does for me. I really think it will work for me.

During "the summer of my plateau" (sounds like a book title) I realized being healthy and feeling good about myself is more important to me than constant mental anguish over the number on the scale.


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REJ7777 12/11/2010 4:30PM

    Thank you for writing this blog. Reality never quite measures up to fairy tale "happy ever after" endings. I know I've expected too much out of weight loss before, and the disillusionment led to regaining the weight. I'm not sure I'm completely free of those "fairy tale" expectations. Getting to goal weight won't give me a 20-year-old body again. I want my healthy choices (and results) to be balanced and based on reality (a fit 60-year-old). I believe that's something I'm learning on SP, and through blogs like this one. emoticon

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MSLZZY 12/11/2010 6:41AM

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SWEETMAGNOLIA2 12/10/2010 7:59AM

    I like this concept. Thanks for the new thoughts.

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CAREN_BLUEJEANS 12/10/2010 7:58AM

    "Home weight" is an awesome concept! It's a place to arrive at, that meets my needs, filled with love & comfort, a reflection of my style. I'm going to adopt this.

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DEBRITA01 12/10/2010 7:31AM

    I, too, like your concept of Home puts maintenance in perspective. I will remember that when I get to maintenance some day.

emoticonAnd it is a holiDAY, not week, or month...making good choices each day and breaking it down will enable us to celebrate without overindulging.

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LOVE_2_LAUGH 12/9/2010 4:15PM

    What a great blog, Barb. I've "been there/done that" too many times to count. And it was just a year or so ago when I decided that the number on the scale was just that: a number. What really mattered was how I was feeling. I know that I feel better when I eat more healthy foods and exercise. And, as a result (duh!) I lose weight. Who cares what the number is? In fact, this year, I put the quantum scale on my gift list. It's a scale that keeps track of your weight but only tells you how much you've lost or gained. A perfect fix for those who need to weigh every day but get caught-up in the number.

Congratulations on your success not only in weight loss and maintenance, but in the way you think about all of it. To me, that's the single most important aspect of it all.

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PENNYAN45 12/9/2010 2:45PM

    I liked the concept of home weight when Annie first used it. It is a positive way to view that 'end' weight.

I am forming a concept in my mind of a 'livable' weight. I see it as a weight that I can hold easily while not feeling as if I am 'dieting' or depriving myself every day. I don't want to expend a lot of energy in maintaining my new lower weight. I merely want to continue with good, healthful eating habits - and exercise. My livable weight may very well end up being a little higher that my original goal weight. We'll see.

You are so right, though, that the goal weight does not bring with it all the GLORY of success. We still must deal with our lives and whatever problems there are. It is important to understand that -- so we can avoid discouragement and disappointment when we finally reach our goal.

Thanks for blogging so regularly during this busy season. I find I only have time to log in with food and exercise -- but not to blog. It's nice to be able to read yours.

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BUGGYS 12/9/2010 12:21PM

    Home weight...a great concept!!! I have alot of traveling to do before I make it home! emoticon

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JHADZHIA 12/9/2010 9:47AM

    I LOVE the concept of a home weight!! Well done to WalkingAnnie for coming up with that!!! Its very true that it is how you feel that really counts. Right now I have been hovering around 121 and that seems to be my happy weight, but I don't stress if it goes up or down a little because I feel good and fit and know very well weight fluctuates which is why I choose to weigh in only once a week. That is all the attention the scale deserves. My focus is entirely on my healthy lifestyle..
All the best getting through the holiday season with your sanity and most of your home weight intact!

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ANDI571 12/9/2010 9:45AM

    I like that idea of "home" weight also. I know when I lost before, it was always 5 or 10 pounds more. I got so focused on that, I didn't enjoy just being "home". I think I will adopt that concept too.

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TEACHINMOM 12/9/2010 8:32AM

    Great view on the subject. I'm not very serious about my "goal" weight at this point because I don't know where I will feel that "home" range, fit and healthy. I give a number because I'm supposed too, but this is just life now, not a goal to meet and then "go back to normal!!"
You are doing awesome ~ I think, so long as the thinking changes during the journey that we'll get to that "home" range and be able to stay!! That would mean since you've hit that range, AND your thinking has changed, you're there!! Keep up the great work and the awesome blogs!!

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LJCANNON 12/9/2010 8:30AM

    I like the concept of a 'Home Weight'. Since I had never even dreamt of reaching my "Goal Weight" before Spark, I really didn't have any plans for what was going to happen when I got there.
SparkPeople has been the key to learning that this is a Lifestyle. Although I am no longer trying to lose anything, I do know that I will have to monitor my Diet & Activity forever.
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Confession: I'm not a dancer

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

I'm a complete klutz when it comes to choreography. I would NEVER have made it as a cheerleader. Or in dance class. This is one of the reasons when you see my exercise goals they aren't things like take a new aerobics class, or zumba or salsa or any of that sort of thing. Of course hanging with Polly Perfectionist so much of my life hasn't helped that attitude.

One of the worst exercise experiences of my life was attempting to do Jazzercise. My kid sisters, both of whom took dance as tots, were sold on this program and talked me into it. I bought a long term membership, convinced this would motivate me. Then I went to my first and second classes. Kid sis number two came to the same class as the second one. I departed in tears, people. emoticon An over-40 year old woman, weeping in anger and frustration.

The instructor used terms like "grape-vine" and "chaunce" and other dance jargon that I had no interest in learning. I felt incompetent and left out.

Remember a prior confession? The one about my competitive nature? Yep... this feeling of incompetence translated into "I'm losing this fight." And I tossed in the towel: I quit exercising for some time after that experience. I ate to compensate. After all, it's better not to enter the competition if you are sure to fail! (WRONG... don't go there!)

So what's the point of this blog? Well... yesterday my current Netflix selection arrived in the mail - a Richard Simmons Sweatin' to the Oldies DVD! Some of those same old feelings surfaced... except... not completely. Since kicking old Polly to the curb, I could enjoy the music and kind of do my own thing to it, even if I wasn't matching what was on the screen. And I kind of liked it.

So... can an old dog learn new tricks? Um... maybe? Sometimes? Just don't ask me to do this in front of other people, OK?


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PATRISNA 12/12/2010 4:32PM

    I can empathize with you on this one. I have two left feet. But if you are dancing alone and you are having fun then go for it! That is the way enjoy dancing and also singing. LOL


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MSLZZY 12/9/2010 7:00AM

    Put those memories to rest and dance like the world isn't watching. Just have some fun!

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APRILLSCOTT 12/9/2010 5:48AM

    I feel the same way Barb! But I have learned that what happens at the house when no one is there but me "Stays at the house!" emoticon emoticon

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PENNYAN45 12/8/2010 7:26PM

    I also do not do well in a dance classroom situation. I prefer to do 'my own thing' all alone at home with just the cd and me. It's a great way to eliminate the embarrassment factor, and to still get the benefits of the exercise.

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REJ7777 12/8/2010 4:22PM

    I have some old Richard Simmons VHS tapes. I wanted to have them copied unto CD's but it would have cost 24$ EACH. Just as cheap (if not cheaper) to buy them! My sister told me that my nephew might be able to copy them for me. Anyway, that's the kind of dancing that's fun and easy to do. I have other dance CD's that I absolutely cannot keep up with, and end up frustrated. Kind of counter-productive.

Here's to being physically active and moving and enjoying it - whether in the privacy of our own home or on a public dance floor! emoticon

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GOHUSKERS2 12/8/2010 1:57PM

    Awesome blog!!! Whether you do it for yourself, or for others, just enjoy yourself. Just think about the enjoyment you get from the music and let 'er rip!!! Have fun!!!

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DEBRITA01 12/8/2010 1:36PM

    Good job straying from your comfort zone and giving dancing another try. To me, dance is an expression of one's right or wrong. Feeling the music and moving your body freely.But I, too, have trouble following structured and choreographed music or exercise dvd's. I figure if I am still moving (and haven't hurt myself or others), I'm doing o.k. I can also appreciate your feelings of inadequacy dancing in front of others. As I age, I find I care less about what others think or how I measure's one of the perks of aging, I guess.

Good luck with Richard...and dance your heart out ~ you ARE a dancer! emoticon

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LESLIES537 12/8/2010 11:03AM

    It'll make it that much easier to "Dance like no one is watching!" emoticon

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SWEETMAGNOLIA2 12/8/2010 10:43AM

    My husband, a church school elementary teacher (one room school, grades 1-8), always asks his students HOW they are smart. They are all intelligent but in different ways. Bodily intelligence is one of those on the list. I am like you in that I feel very uncoordinated, and my strength is not in that area. However, I will dance around, when no one else is looking to music on my CD's or tapes. I have a good time without being embarrassed. emoticon

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BUGGYS 12/8/2010 10:13AM

    When I got my Zumba DVD I felt totally inept but I still dance to the music the best I can and I enjoy it anyway and could care less what I look like!

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JHADZHIA 12/8/2010 9:54AM

    Good for you!! I am not particularly coordinated either. When I first tried the grapevine, it was in an aquafit class where fortunately you can't hurt yourself when you fall LOL!!
Lucky you got that Richard Simmons DVD, I so wish I could find it as I love that music :(( As with any exercise, you have to modify it to suit your skill level and needs. I for one, love working out to music, and do not care what anyone thinks of my gangly miss steps. At least I put lots of energy into my workouts!!

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Ways to fight the blah days - #6

Tuesday, December 07, 2010

I think this is probably the last one, as Mr. Blah seems to have fled under the onslaught of reminders. To recap:

1. Keep a promise to yourself.
2. Kick Polly Perfectionist out of your inner circle!
3. Get by with a little help from your friends - Spark and real life.
4. Reward yourself for how far you have come!
5. Go outside, already!

6. Re-evaluate your goals.

Yes, re-evaluate your goals. Have you been bitten by the myth of continuous improvement? Did you think it was INFINITE improvement, in your inner voice? emoticon Now, that's a sly trick Mr. Blah likes to play, in conjunction with our friend Polly Perfectionist.

Especially when you've doing well! Under the influence of endorphins you might over-promise in your goal-setting... take this one, from a former blog of mine:

I wrote that goal in the flush of having run a 5K with my son and his saying nice things about my time at the two mile mark. What I'm finding in training for it, is that I may need to modify: military sit-ups to crunches, for example.

Is this a reason to give up on the goal? No, but I might get bored with just those three exercises! I might want to still try the test on those dates, but stop training specifically for the test after the first New Year's Day event.

In the end, it's important to remember that goals have to match our values... why did I set this particular goal? It was one of those mom-psych connection to her son things. Is it still meaningful to me? Yes.

If so, re-commit or slightly modify. If not, change it up. Just so long as you don't give up your overall goal of living a fit and healthy life... the in between ones can be adjusted.

So, again I say, take THAT, Mr. Blah! emoticon You are now officially out the door! emoticon

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APRILLSCOTT 12/9/2010 5:53AM

    I loved this blog!!!! Heck, I really needed this blog! Thanks for the help, Barb! Mr. Blah is leaving and so is Polly... emoticon

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DEBRITA01 12/8/2010 8:56AM

    A good I needed to read today. Thanks!

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MSLZZY 12/8/2010 7:50AM

    Recommit and reevaluate! Time to step up my game plan! HUGS!

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MARENAMOO 12/8/2010 7:27AM

    This is so smart. I think that we live in an overly perfectionistic society. Why be a size 4 when you can be a size 2? Rather than asking ourselves what is a healthy size for me. I think we really need to do a periodic psych eval on ourselves and see what our priorities are. Thank you - I really needed this.

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REJ7777 12/7/2010 10:09PM

    Your blog made me think of the quote on Just_Tri_It's blog: "Pick battles big enough to matter, small enough to win." - Jonathan Kozol
If the goal doesn't fit that criteria, it's vital to adjust! emoticon

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PENNYAN45 12/7/2010 9:47PM

    I agree completely that realistic goals are very important.

Thanks for the tips on beating the blahs!

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KASEYCOFF 12/7/2010 3:38PM

    Sounds like the blahs are gone, over, done with, outta here - seriously, great coping techniques. Thank you for sharing them! :-D

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TURTLETALK 12/7/2010 10:54AM

    I love this series of blogs! December days can bring out the blahs in all of us if we are not careful.

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FITGRL124 12/7/2010 10:16AM

    Love this!!! I definitely needed reminded of a few things in your blog today! emoticon emoticon

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FITAT50 12/7/2010 9:12AM

    Take that, and that! Ha, ha...Mr. Blah is gone!!! Thanks for some wonderful blogs!!

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SWEETMAGNOLIA2 12/7/2010 7:37AM

    emoticonMr. Blah be gone! emoticon

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PARKERB2 12/7/2010 7:34AM

    Thanks for a reminding blog. We are as you say not perfect and mess ups will happen. emoticon

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