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WHAT?

Sunday, March 04, 2012

can you hear that? its my body yelling at my mind. It wants to know what I am doing to it. It is hard to get back to eating sensibly when you have indulged yourself for so long. It is hard to change your thinking so your mind no longer rules the roost. Today I did ok. Went a little over on calories but 1350 calories compared to 2500+ is a great start. Tomorrow is the excerise coming back into play. So my body will probably scream NO WAY tomorrow but I can do it. Slow and steady will overcome a flash in the pan.
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  • REACHING4HOME
    I would not call that a good start - I would call it a GREAT start!
    Each day is a new beginning. If you blow it at one meal, don't wait until the next day to start again. Do it right then and there. There is a wonderful book out there called, "Lose It For Life Day by Day" by Dr. Steven Arterburn and Misty Arterburn and Janelle Puff. Two of them have had severe weight problems themselves and really get into the "whys" of how we gained this weight. It has 365 days of questions and answers and a short scripture verse. It takes about 2 minutes to read the days stuff but it really stays in my mind for the whole day. I have lost 99 pounds with this but not most of it on Spark. I strictly use this as a support system and that too, has really helped. The book cost $12.00 from Christianbookdistributors.com
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    d it was so well worth it.
    I wish you mountains of luck. Your start has been stupendous!
    Erin






    2879 days ago
  • 4CYNDI
    I know you can do it! I know how hard it is to keep going after a long break, but we can do this together. Good luck!
    2880 days ago
  • FITFRIT
    I have no doubt that you can overcome the little voices that tell you that high calorie foods are better than fresh foods that are better for you.
    2881 days ago
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