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Returning home

Monday, February 04, 2019

Yup, here I am. Passing over the 60 year old hurdle . Dealing with arthritis diabetes and my weight. I came back home to spark because I owned my habits more. Being a lot more responsible for what I chose. Obviously what I have been doing recently hasn't helped. My mindset is still young but the body is telling me otherwise. This has been day 3 of logging my foods, documenting everything. It takes time to do all of this but it is all about me, right?
Stay tuned......
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    welcome back. Have just returned as well, at 63 I realized I am back where I need to be. As a diabetic, over weight, I scale going the wrong way once again. have gained back half of what I lost, and I am never going to get off meds that way, or even keep under control with them. So I am back, I am watching, will be working way slowly back to the way I was when going full steam and loving life again. Good luck on your journey... emoticon
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    Thank you for the positive response. I recently had a revision of a total knee replacement. Discharged from physical therapy back in November . I am able to do post rehab exercises for $20 /monthly. Not a bad deal. My husband and I have been going there at least 3 times a week. Everyday would be great if it wasn't a 40 round trip. That is one of the inconveniences of living in The Adirondacks in upstate NY. You have to travel if you want something. So anyway, yesterday when I rolled out of bed I firmly decided that I was not going to ~exercise. But within the hour I was showered, dressed and not wanting to miss 3 days in a row of exercise .pain or no pain .
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    Welcome back you are strong and can do this
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