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Another Year gone...

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Almost time to close out another year, and although I really didn't get active on Spark until around September, I still feel like it was an entire year wasted fitness-wise...I only lost 4 tenths of a pound. In a year...last year I was grappling with giving up Weight Watchers to do it on my own (which I did), but I am getting the same results as when I was on Weight Watchers. I feel like I want to be done and accept the fact that I am and always will be 260 pounds...but then I feel like I don't want to do that. And I won't...

I will start over, I will make 2017 my year to be healthy!

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  • ANNIESADVENTURE
    I've been in the same place, ready to give up on myself, but I'm glad I didn't.
    Another Sparker posted this in a blog, "I have decided to make 2017 ridiculously amazing!" I have adopted that slogan.
    1123 days ago
  • SIMCYN
    I am glad you aren't giving up. 2017 can be your year!
    1146 days ago
  • DETERMINEDJANET
    Glad you aren't going to give up on yourself. We'll get this figured out!
    1147 days ago
  • LOPEYP
    Did you take a hard look at the results that you are getting and figured out where the problem issues are?
    Pardon me for saying, but it's so easy to just say it is what it is and not try. If you really want to lose weight, if you really want to live a long life, if you really want to see your grandkids some day, then try again. Look at your plan and make some changes or try something new.

    You are worth it!
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    1147 days ago
  • KELLIEBEAN
    Do not accept anything less for yourself than getting healthy. Forget the number on the scale. Baby steps, small, healhty changes. Every single day, be good to yourself.

    You deserve this!

    Here's to a healthy 2017!
    1147 days ago
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