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reflection of 2011

Saturday, December 31, 2011

I can't believe 2011 is over, overall I have to admit it has been a good year for me. I did not reach the goals I had set for my self regarding weight loss or fitness minutes but I am ok with that and I am planning on reaching them in 2012. Some of the good things that have happened to me this year was getting a 2nd job that I love and I was able to pay off most of my credit cards and bills. I am also now able to wear a size 22 and some size 20s and I have not been able to do in years. One of my goals for this year has been to go out and try new things and not to let my weight hold me back and for the most part I am proud to say I have been doing that. There are still moments where I am like no I don't want to go out but I am facing my fears head on. I did my first 5k walk, I been on a roller coaster for the first time in years( huge accomplishment) I even been out to the club dancing which before I would never do. just this last week i got the best news of all from my doctor was that blood work that that everything came back normal which was a huge relief because I had not been to the doctor for a physical since 2007.

I know I have not been on spark has much as I would like but I want to thank all of my spark friends and people on spark who have left comments on my blogs and page I apprieciate it and they keep me going. I hope all of you have a happy new year.
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    Amber - You have such a positive, upbeat attitude. That's one of the
    things I like about you. That will definitely help you reach your
    goals in 2012. I know you can do it......... keep up the good work!!

    3246 days ago
    Amber, you had an emoticon year! I know next year will continue to build upon your success! emoticon emoticon
    3250 days ago
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