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Not giving up!

Monday, September 17, 2012

Hi everyone,
Last week was hard. I have 4 good hours a day and it is hard to do all I want to do!
I am learning to go slow and stretch a lot! I am working on only thinking about the positive
and no negatives. This is a long journey for me and even though I am overweight my goal
is to be healthy.
I would like to thank every one for all the support. Sparkpeople is such a wonderful
place to get to know people that are on the same journey.
Thanks for all the goodies I am trying to thank everyone individually but I am slow!
Good luck sparkfriends ! Hope everyone has a good week!

Love,
Janet
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  • PURPLELVR7
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    3236 days ago
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    Hi Janet Like you i have a window of 4 hours after i take my meds on a morning to get as much done as possible Usually getting dressed prepare food for the day and a little exercise then after a couple of hours on the sofa with a duvet i usually have a bit of energy and from 4-7 finish off anything that really needs doing I have good friends who help me out with the heavier jobs vaccuming gardening peeling veg and any other things i struggle with but after 18 yr have given in to accept help. Some days i can walk for miles others just to the loo 30steps each way can be too much. So I really feel for you . My motto now Is do what you can and to hell with the rest so what if there is a film of dust on the tv or crumbs on the table. Try and find a good friend to help you out when times are too badGo to bed if you need it but do try for a little exercise each day Thinking of you emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3236 days ago
  • TWNOMWE
    With a few hours to work with you jut have to tackle what is important to you first and the rest later. Just do your best emoticon emoticon
    3237 days ago
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    Janet ~
    We can only do our best in the time we have - even though we always feel like we should be doing more! I'm gradually learning to adjust my daily expectations of myself and feel much better about what I get done now. One thing that's working for me is to select a couple of big tasks that I want to finish BUT not put a time for completion. Instead, I set a timer for 20 minutes a devote that time to working on the task - 20 minutes a day really does show results! Then, I don't feel overwhelmed or guilty about doing something I want to do - I've put my time in!
    Sheila
    3237 days ago
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    If only we could stop time to get everything done that we need to do. Do what you can, and take it slow. It will happen eventually.
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    Susan
    3237 days ago
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    my sister walks 15,000 steps a day at 63 years old and has lost 105 pounds. she went from a size 24 to a size 10. all her health issues dropped off as the 105 pounds dropped off.

    i gave up grain and sugary products and have lost 44 pounds at age 60. i went from a size 18 to a size 10 shorts and medium tops from a 1 or 2x.

    we are both still loosing weight until we reach our goal

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    3237 days ago
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