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Saturday, September 21, 2019

Hello Sparkpeople! So I find myself back at this again. I jumped ship a few months ago, because I had hit a long standing plateau that just would not break. Can you guess what happened? Well my plateau broke most definitely, but my weight went up instead of down. After gaining about 5 pounds back in no time flat and my jeans starting to get snug it was was time to regain control. So here I am and already this week the scale shows 1.5 pounds down. Here is hoping to many more progressive weeks.
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    I joined SP originally in 2010. I quit, came back and started a new page. I've left and came back a lot of times but the important thing is I always come back. I never give up.

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    365 days ago
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    Welcome back and best wishes
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    369 days ago
  • RHOOK20047
    Welcome back to SparkPeople. We are all here for the same reason, no matter what our personal story is. We are here to help each other to get to that healthy point we want to be in our lives. It is not going to be easy, but it is attainable. Make small goals and they will lead to big successes. You have to make you #1 and tell yourself that you are worth it. If you don't take care of yourself you can't take care of anyone else. You can do it! We are here to help! Welcome back and get active on this site. emoticon
    370 days ago
    Its great to have an awareness of where we are. Own it and make a plan to get back on track is one of our greatest opportunities. You are doing it. I find for myself I HAVE to write down my goals and daily review my progress or I slip back out
    371 days ago
  • BETHY999
    I too am back again after a time away. Wishing you the best of luck on your journey
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