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day one

Sunday, December 17, 2006

this is my first and possibly last time trying to lose this weight the proper and healthy way
I dont want to fail anymore
I have never needed this as much as i do now
Im giving it until the end of January to make a difference
Wish me luck!
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    I just know that it takes about a month to understand and totally utilize spark and all its tools. By following the guide lines yu will make a commitment to yourself as long as it takes to get their. 1-2 lbs. is real hard to take off, I still don't completely understand how but I am trying. Start off small goals that you can accomplish, like drinking the water. Make it one after another, soon you cant stop drinking water, Ihave gotton compliments on my complexion and I notice it now in the mirror tonight, glow, I got the glow of a replenished face. hows that for water. Then I started with exercise. I am doing so much more. each day I try. And I see physical differences. The only scorcher for me is the scale isn't moving, I don't let that get me down, My pants are wider. I need a belt to hold them up. so I know you can do it. Keep posting when the going gets rough, we are here for you. See you in the club and I'll keep an eye out for ya.

    4811 days ago
  • MRS.C2BE
    You need to think positively for this to work. Really, you do. Make sure you're exercising and writing down EVERY bite you have. And don't expect a magic pill. Weight loss should be .5-2 lbs per week, the slower it comes off, the more likely you are to keep it off.

    Good luck to you.
    4811 days ago
    You can do this!! Just take it one day at a time, and one step at a time. Make small changes and get used to them before you make add another change. Slow but sure is the way to go...time always moves so fast, and you'll be seeing results before you know it!
    4811 days ago
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