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Positive update

Friday, September 16, 2011

I'm happy to report faithfully following my challenges--I am participating in several that seem to support each other, more or less. The good thing is they keep me planning and tracking what is going into my mouth and how much I am moving my body.

Now that I've "graduated" from my walk/jog training and am running a slow 2 miles in 30 minutes (and walking 2 more miles afterward), the weight is slowly but definitely coming off along with the inches.

My weigh in today showed another pound + 2 more inches lost. And I'm not hungry and I feel great!

I'm ecstatic!
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  • ANNIESADVENTURE
    Way to go! That is awesome. Exercising makes such a big difference. I find I automatically make healthier eating choices when I am exercising regularly.
    Annie
    3285 days ago
  • BBONET
    Way to go Jazz!! Iam so happy for you and your successess!! See little by little things do happen! Stay the course and great job on the walking! I have not been able to walk as much due to so much going on, however know that I am cheering you on! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3297 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/19/2011 7:45:33 PM
  • CHELEMIA
    That is sooooo Awesome!!
    3300 days ago
  • MARTHA503
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    3300 days ago
  • COLUMBINE2
    Hooooooooooray! That is wonderful successful and you deserve to feel proud & thinner!

    Plus you're a Runner! (proper noun, don't ya know!!!!!)

    Congrats & keep up the good work! At this rate those "hot" white slacks may get to be too baggy on you! Won't that be a bittersweet day!

    Keep up the great work w/ your challenges!
    3300 days ago
  • MARZIPAN22
    What could be better? Yay for you ! emoticon
    3300 days ago
  • KKINDE
    Awesome! emoticon
    3300 days ago
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