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Thursday, January 15, 2009



I would like to say that most people never see pictures of me. This is my proof that I'm in this for real. I miss being on the stage because I'm afraid of people looking at me so now it's time to stop hiding and get back to my life!

Official Resolutions:
I hate making resolutions and that is why this is so difficult for me. I would have to say that something important enough to make a resolution for would to be getting my cholesterol down. I have never really admitted it to myself that this is a problem so now is the time to accept my problem and fix it!

Short Term Exercise goal:
I plan of getting my butt moving at least 30 minutes per day! Yes, everyday! This is a huge goal since I have not exercised in ten years! GO ME!

Short Term Diet Goal:
My doctor told me to keep my calorie intake to 1200. This is my goal, but mostly to get to 1200. I didn't think it would be so difficult to eat 1200 calories but I am finding it a challenge. Sure it was easy when I had 3-4 sodas a day but without my Pepsi I am calorie malfunctioned!

Short Term Spark People Goal:
I would like to get to know everyone better and learn more about how to take advantage of this site!
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  • SKINNYSOON13
    WOOHOO on pictures!
    4575 days ago
  • BEANIEISBACK
    Glad you posted your goals. It realyl does help to see them in writing and have other people know what they are! And great job getting rid of the soda. That's still one that I struggle with every single day!
    I can't wait to see the pics of you at the end of this round and see what a difference hard work and 12 weeks can make!
    4576 days ago
  • NICOLESJOURNEY
    Great job on the pics and posting some goals! Cutting out soda is a really good thing, you'll find ways to get those calories in healthier ways!
    4579 days ago
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