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20 lbs DROPPED

Monday, April 07, 2008


So, not only was last night the Mary J Blidge and Jay Z concert I've been impatiently waiting for...It was the night before the morning (today) that I stepped on the scale and it said 225.4, I couldn't believe it...so I took off my night shirt, rubbed my eye's and hopped back on...it then said 225.2. I was all smiles today! I thought I was hitting a plateau because It seemed I was stuck at 227 for about two weeks...but obviously those two out of three vigorous mornings at the gym last week did me some justice.

I need help starting my new diet blog! I would love to start one...just a little clueless where to start...any pointers?
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  • MYSOLDIERSJEM
    oh and my diet blog is a Wordpress blog.. which is free but I paid for the URL (the address) and the hosting fee (which is monthly)

    You can also have a free blog at wordpress.com so it would be something like dei.wordpress.com as opposed to dei.com for example. I love wordpress so I push it first but theres is also blogger and typepad..

    its a whole world, that blogosphere :)


    4855 days ago
  • MYSOLDIERSJEM
    :-D I am *so* proud of you. 20 lbs is GREAT work! You're looking good in that pic

    Jay and Mary? You WENT?! ahh details details!

    you're looking fly in your pic, keep up the amazing work diet buddy! I hope to be able to report good news too soon! :)

    -JEMi
    4855 days ago
  • POLARLADY
    Congratulations Sound88, what a great way to start the day!!!
    4855 days ago
  • NEWA2011
    Great job on your weight loss!! As far as the diet blog...it really depends what you want to have on it. You could check out Joonmaria's blogs; she gets very specific about her fitness logs and measurements. Is that what you want to do? Write everything down about fitness and what you're consuming?
    4855 days ago
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