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Slow and steady wins

Monday, October 23, 2017

I have to listen to my advice. In the past I go all-in to a weight loss plan, I get disappointed when my weight plateaus or goes up. I need to remind myself that weight loss is not linear and that what matters that I am on a path to a heather life.

As I close in on 60 it is important to keep active and watch what I eat. I want to be in better shape tomorrow than I am today, I will set goals and give myself the best chance to get to those goals.

This is a journey that is worth it!
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  • _BABE_
    Just saw your before and after 10/10/19 and am inspired as I too am looking at 60 and want to change things up!
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    420 days ago
  • KOFFEENUT
    Good for you - you are EXACTLY right! I figure EVERY healthy step we take is a step in the right direction!
    1138 days ago
  • RHOOK20047
    Welcome 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. If I can help in anyway, feel free to reach out to me! You can do it! We are here to help! Welcome and get active on this site. emoticon
    1138 days ago
  • DWROBERGE
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    1138 days ago
  • REDROBIN47
    You have a good mindset. You can do it.
    1138 days ago
  • 50YEARSAWIFE
    Yes it is important. Definitely a journey to keep healthy.
    1138 days ago
  • MERRILYLIFE
    It is a journey, and I bet, if you stay on this path, you will see great results!
    1138 days ago
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