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Haven't been engaged with Spark for the last year

Thursday, February 09, 2012

I can't seem to tackle my weight problem. I will drop back into Spark people for a day or two and then go MIA. Why do I sabotage my weight loss efforts. I have put on 10 pounds since last year when I need to lose weight not gain it. Wishing it to come off doesn't work. I need to stop obsessing about food. I think about it all the time.

I need to set more manageable goals.

I will walk 5 days a week minimum.
I will track my food.
I will drink my water.

I must do this for me. My health has suffered this past year. I never thought I would be this person. I want the old me back.
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  • NEWYEARME
    I know where you're coming from. Just take baby steps. One day at a time is all we can do. Make today the best day possible and then move on to tomorrow.

    You can do it!!!! We both can!!!

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    3180 days ago
  • TARANITUP
    Tiny steps! Even 5 days a week seems like it could be daunting, maybe you could try 3 and work up? I know too lofty goals can be discouraging... WELCOME BACK!
    3184 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8320803
    emoticon try to stay focused. Putting your goals is writing is a great start!

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    3184 days ago
  • HARROWJET
    emoticon You may go MIA but when you are ready again, you do come back. In my book, that is progress. One of these times when you are here, something will 'click' and you will stay. I know it isn't easy and I know that one's enthusiasm is stronger some days that others. You have set reasonable goals for yourself. Even on the days when you are not 'excited' about the process, make sure you do one positive thing. If you do that every day, you are building the steps to success. emoticon

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    3184 days ago
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