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Monday, April 13, 2015

this challenge says to lose 10 pounds but everyone can't do it. And really the challenge is to push yourself to eat better everyday. It's to give it your 100 percent. Lose what you can. Learn from each other. These are some of the reasons we are here, to be healthier and perhaps thinner. Summer is coming, and picnics and BBQ are part of that. It's gonna be dang hard. But we're are here to learn to make better choices when it comes to eating. One day at a time. But this is my thing , IF you're doing good and working hard all week working the program, why would any of us want to mess up in the weekend? For myself, I work harder in the weekend to stay more focused. Ill lose one pound during the week and to gain it back in the weekend? That is crazy. For me, that is not an option. I don't want to keep losing that same pound over and over again. So keep in mind never say you can't. Anything is possible. Never give up. Don't sell yourself short. With that said let's get this week going with a positive though, and that is, emoticon
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  • STORMY96
    RUNSWITHDEER, I sent you link via email. Good luck
    2127 days ago
    the link you sent me didn't work but if I knew the exact name of your spark team I could join it by searching through the spark teams!
    2127 days ago
  • STORMY96
    GRAMM..when I began this journey, I bought measuring cups, spoons, an a weight scale. I cannot trust myself with portions. Especially when you're hungry.
    2146 days ago
  • no profile photo CD14641362
    You are so right. I get so tire of losing and gaining the same few pounds. I work to hard at it to keep on this roller coaster.
    I think for me I need to get better at portion control, weighing and measuring. That may help the process along. That's for this encouraging blog. It helped motivate me.
    2146 days ago
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