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And So It Goes.....Another Year!

Saturday, May 08, 2010

Tomorrow (Sunday) will complete one full year on my weight loss journey. I started my "plan" 52 weeks ago - Boy..where did the year go? While I am no where near my ultimate goal (is there such a thing?) I have to step back and be grateful for many things. 1st. - I have remained faithful to the gym and personal training regime. I have actually increased my gym days to at least 5 sometimes 6 days per week. I have broadened my exercise routine(s) - as I now jog, use the step mill, take spin classes and box - all that in addition to training with a personal trainer 3x per week. 2nd. - I have lost a considerable amount of weight despite being on a plateau for months. I remain positive and continue to push myself to see what I can achieve. 3rd. - I am so so so much healthier! I eat better - and when I do splurge - I actually make great decisions! I look better, feel better, like myself and love the way my clothes are fitting! While I am not bathing suit ready - I really have come a long way and I am proud of what I have accomplished. I am typing this while having a cocktail on this Saturday night as it is after all my "splurge" night! Thanks to all you Sparkies out there who continue to encourage me on my journey. Take care all and Happy Mothers Day to all.....Goodnight & God Bless!!!
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  • MEADSBAY
    WOW!
    You ARE fierce!
    You're doing grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat!
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    4022 days ago
  • 2010_IS_MY_YEAR
    Holy smokes. I thought I was a gym addict, I go 4-5 times a week and I always do 60 minutes of cardio to start. You've got a great thing going on here and I'm glad you have had a successful year. Plateaus happen to all of us... they are just part of the journey. ~kat~
    4022 days ago
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