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8/9/17 10:48 A

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I agree walking is definitely a great start in getting into exercise. And it doesn't have to be a long walk, just start off with 10 minutes and slowly build from there.

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Eating habits is a great way to start if you are not ready for exercise yet. If you are, I definitely recommend starting with walking. It's less impact but a great calorie burn, it also is great to relieve stress :)

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good morning I have been eating healthy again over 1 month I was upset cause I gain this pass week butt I got over it and continue on eating healthy I know I am doing something right cause my clothes fit me better I don't do exercise like I should everyone have a bless day

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great analogy!

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Well, the night before last I ended up drinking... then eating quite a bit. I didn't do so well yesterday because I was hungover. Today I'm back on track so far, and plan to keep it up. For me it's just about being determined, and not letting one night of drinking ruin a whole week.

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Things happen, it's what we do afterwards that proves ours strength

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I forgive myself and carry on. Also I do my best to track it and most of the time it's not as bad as I think.

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great post! emoticon

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hello...welcome to the team!

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that's good, beating ourselves up does not help our journey.


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Exactly! emoticon

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exactly, don't let it hold you back, just get back on track after you realize the mistake.

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Lately I'm trying not to take a step back, but when I do I'm trying not to beat myself up as much as I did in the past, it's a slow process, but I'm finding I get back on track faster than I used to.

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I bounce back all in. I took last week off completely. I ate what I wanted, I didn't work out at all and it was all because of stress in all parts of my life. I had no control in anything so I gave up the rest of the control with my health. And honestly, I don't blame myself one bit. It gave me time to myself, to figure everything out and get back to myself. And now this week I started up my regular routine again only more so. I'm tracking every bite and doing all my workouts again and I feel so much better about myself.

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When you do not beat your self up you can correct your self as soon as you can .Stop what you are doing and move on. emoticon

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I was just beating myself up yesterday for making an unhealthy mistake. But I had to remind myself that I can make up for it today by eating healthier and going to the gym the next couple of days. Also, that I don't weigh-in until Friday morning gives me alot of leeway on the weekends.

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11/11/11 8:42 A

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I used to beat myself up but I've changed my attitude about that. There are going to be unhealthy mistakes. The key is to move on and learn from that mistake.

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Slip ups are definitely part of my routine...but I think they're getting alot better thank god! I've realized they happen and there's nothing I can do about it, just aim to do better tomorrow and add a couple more exercises in. I caved last night in terms of calories, but I plan to know my limits today and that's exactly what I'm doing.

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You know what we all fall down, but we get up. I just finished taking a week off. Not by choice, but by chance. I was not able to exercise, or eat correctly. So I decided to let it go until after the holidays. Sometimes things happen that you can't control. Some of the best laid plans come apart at the seams. Don't beat yourself up. Get back on the wagon and start where you left off. DON'T GIVE UP!! You are worth so much more.

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Opera diva 114, Def a good way 2 look at it. I'm kinda in the same boat. Was at party last nite w/ alpt of high calorie food. Tried to plan ahead by eating lighter in the day. But still gave into temptation w/ the taco dip. But like u try to focus on my good health for today.

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6/24/11 6:18 P

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I tell myself what my goals are again. Out Loud, so my family and I can hear what they are. Then I tell myself I can do it. Once again Out Loud. Hearing someone say it reinforces the good behavior. I just wish my daughter and husband would also be as encouraging as I am...so I am not the one stating my goals and giving me encouragement. It works though. I get back on track the next day. Sometimes, even the same day.

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6/17/11 7:33 A

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Haha! That's brilliant!

I am going to use that as a motivator now! But as for me, if I fall behind I get my fianc to tell me what a waste my time has been trying to loose weight only to give up half way through.

Its brilliant because he knows me better than anyone so can say some really harsh words that cut to the core, but it always works, and he always says sorry for being mean later on.

I'm gonna make sure I look gosh darned good by the end of the year!

Each day is a step towards not a brand new me, but the me I have always wanted to be!


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6/4/11 3:58 P

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My body usually kicks my butt first... and I feel all ick.

Then I think to myself, "worse mistakes have been made. Paris Hilton was born... I mean, c'mon!"



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I'm jumping back on the train now. I was out with a friend the past two days. Last night, we went to the bar to celebrate another friend's birthday. Lots of alcohol PLUS all the food we binged on at a restaurant afterwards. No bueno. I'm feeling the bloat today.

Basically, I'm just gonna hop back into my healthy eating/exercising routine like it never happened. If I keep thinking about it, I KNOW it will only bring me down. What's done is done. I can't un-consume the calories and fat, so I just have to trek onward.

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5/25/11 1:52 P

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My first response is something to the effect of, "How could you be such a lazy useless (insert expletive here)!" Then I take a deep breath and change that thought. "Everyone makes mistakes. Tomorrow I won't make the same one." Then I drink some water, maybe do a little bit of exercise, then carry on with the original plan. Continue on with the original consistency.

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5/21/11 7:33 P

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When I'm at school, I don't go to the gym nearly as much as I should. This usually has something to do with the fact that I have a huge reading load + essay writing and research for creating lesson plans. Since I always have reading to do, my promise to myself is this: if I cave and eat what I know I shouldn't, I'll take an extra trip to the gym. If I have too much homework, I can take my reading and jump on the stationary bike! Two in one, plus I get a burst of energy and a feeling of self-satisfaction from the workout. And I worked off at least part of that naughty little splurge!

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5/18/11 9:10 P

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I beat myself up about it for a little bit.. then I realize there are so many times that I DON'T mess up and I keep walkin' by all the things that are soooo tempting. Things I would have eaten 3months ago before I decided to give it all up and eat and exercise right! I don't mess up that often so it hits me hard when I do.. but if I kick myself while I'm down it only gets worse! Forget about it and promise yourself you'll make up for it with something that's healthy!

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5/17/11 9:58 A

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First, I remind myself that I am human. Then, I take a breath & calm down. After I get past the emotional reaction of letting myself down and feeling like I am a bad person, I move on to productive thinking. I try my best to figure out what triggered the "bad" behavior. Then I think about how I can avoid such situations or prepare for the probable reaction.

For example, I ate in my sleep last night. This has always been an embarrassing habit that I am still struggling to control. By eating in my sleep, I went 500 calories over my daily limit and I took in 30 grams of carbohydrates while dreaming. I woke up hating myself, then after gaining control, I thought about what caused my sleep eating. I decided that it is because I missed my gym class yesterday. Therefore, I am resolving to wear myself out today so I sleep soundly.

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5/13/11 6:56 P

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I run to the Spark book ! There is always inspiration and encouragement to be found. emoticon

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5/7/11 10:56 P

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I just move on :) Sometimes it takes a little longer then others but SP helps ALOT!

Jen

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We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit." ~Aristotle

"The minute you think of giving up, remember the reason why you have held on so long" ~ I don't know where this came from I just like it


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5/7/11 7:15 P

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I forgive myself and resolve to do better the next meal and the next day!!

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Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.

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5/4/11 6:06 A

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i've been on a binge ror two weeks and gained 10, so im back and ready then ever. you can if i can. YOU CAN DO IT ALCIAD! emoticon emoticon

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Having a hard Day , ate some candy last night. Been off it for over a month.Set back emoticon

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5/3/11 7:46 A

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it took me years to change myself, if i would've had a great support system like sp i would have lost the weight sooner. in that I'm here for you. emoticon

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4/27/11 9:39 A

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I just remember that health is long-term, over months and years, not hour-by-hour. No matter what it was that I did, it's ok. It's my over all behavior, over the course of time, that matters. And overall, I make healthy choices. A few little mistakes won't make that big of a dent.

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4/15/11 1:02 A

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I make sure not to skip my next workout. I read to not regret the slip ups. There's no point in feeling but it's important to move on. I had a small piece of chocolate cake last night. While I was running today and felt like stopping, I told myself I had to keep going to make up for it. I made it through the end of 5K training for the day.

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4/13/11 7:14 A

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I made a mistake Monday (Day 2) and didn't exercise at all! But I ate right and tried to bounce back but Tuesday (Day 3) I felt off balance. I know that today is going to be my best day yet so I'm claiming it now.

We will all have a great day emoticon

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4/12/11 1:51 P

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I don't bounce back, I MOVE ON! Everyone will slip up. I mean come on! I love junk food, and while I want to be healthy, every once in a while I indulge in things maybe I shouldn't. However, if you have a bad day or make a mistake, forgive yourself and resolve to move on and make the changes to get right back on track! Discouragement comes from beating yourself up! Make a small goal and stick to it! :)

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4/9/11 11:03 A

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So what if we slip? All it takes for me is to make one good decision to get me back. If the decision after that isn't the best, then just make another one. Even if it's as small as having a glass of water or eating a fruit or writing about it here.

Remember, we are all here to take back control of our lives. So take it back!!!

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For me I just remind myself that mistakes WILL happen, but it would be an even worse mistake to let it get me down and give up. Just like a previous poster said, I just make sure I work extra hard the next day to make up for the extra calories I consumed! That always makes me feel back in balance.

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Once i make the mistake, first i admit to myself that it WAS a mistake, and that it was not something small or ok. I enter it in my tracker and let that added number of calories spark me into action. So, i go for a walk, or run up and down the stairs several times, or do set ups, or just any kind of work out that is not shceduled and is more than my planned exersizes. i then enter that into the tracker and let the number of burnt calories make me feel good. Sometimes after that, i reward myself with something that is NOT food; maybe buy a new book or go out with a friend, etc.

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I remind myself that 1 or 2 bad days are better than more... no time like the present to get back on track! I also get on SP and surf more blogs and people's pages to get my spark back- reminding myself that I don't have to be perfect to lose weight... I just need to keep on trying. The important thing is to not give up.

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I struggle with this too! I work third shift and I always just want comfort food when I am working, soda and something sweet. We have potlucks frequently and I am a sucker for simple carbs and sweets.

The past three weeks I committed to logging everything I eat and wow, no questions here about where the weight came from! But as the days passed I could feel a difference in my energy and improvement in general self dependent on the choices I made.

I am struggling with soda right now but if I give in and drink it, I make sure I get all my servings of water in that day. So I totally agree with the idea of doing one little thing if you feel like you made a poor choice. I also made the decision to eat at least one serving of a fruit or vegetable every time I eat. The effects from the increase of fiber and water are wonderful, less bloat and, not to be offensive or gross but more regular and healthy trips to the restroom. Plus, I am satiated for a longer period of time.

Anyways, sorry for the ramble but those are the two little things I tweaked that I feel have made a big difference in my weight loss results.

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Thats a very good quote Lindy!
I'm definitely going to think of that in the future.

My problems come with candy, I blame my boyfriend though, I never buy it.. he's the one that does, and once I have one bite, it's like the sugar goes right into my system and gets absorbed right away and my body needs more, so I start eating more, and can't stop.
If there was never a temptation in front of me, I would be totally fine, but once there is, I can't help myself. I have no willpower sometimes..

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11/17/10 4:54 A

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"If you got a traffic ticket would you break every traffic law the rest of the day? Then why toss the whole day over a slice of pizza?"


I tell myself that quote, brush off my mistake, and get back on track.

It's easy to say you're too tired, too stressed, too busy, too this or too that. Too bad. The only way you'll strip away the fat is to start by stripping away the excuses." -- Dr. Oz & Dr. Roizen- You on A Diet


Don't look back and think "I wish I had...", look back and say "I'm glad I did..."

Forgive yourself for letting yourself go.

Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person's physical, emotional, and mental states. ~Carol Welch



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11/16/10 1:33 A

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I am very forgetful and often forget to count calories and watch what I'm eating. I have to constantly remind myself or leave reminders. If I remember, I'm fine, but if I forget I'm not. Also my boyfriend is like 50lbs. lighter than me and in way great shape. Some how he is able to stuff his face with horrible quantities of junk food and sweets. He sent me a text message just tonight "Baby! Lets go home and sit on the couch and eat spam and scrambled eggs and watch 10 episodes of our favorite show and be blumps." I want nothing more than to do that...and if I hadn't logged into sparks I might have done it but I'm going to watch him eat amazing junk food and eat some hard boiled eggs instead. Sparks gets me back on track. emoticon

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I seem to be doing that alot lately. I have a very bad habit of eating bites of everything. And I tell myself how bad can it be. IT WAS ONLY ONE BITE. But the bites add up and I pay for it. I get very discouraged when I dont lose and my weekely weight in. So when I fall behind I start all ever again by eating right and killing myself at the gym but the weekend get the best of me..EVERYTIME..

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Whenever i fall behind i force myself to do one small healthy thing, like take vitamins, drink a glass of water, eat a salad, or do something small like stretch on the couch or do a few sit ups. Once I get my foot in the door, it gets easier to get back on track!!

If you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, you will say to your mountain, "MOVE!" and it will move... and NOTHING will be impossible for YOU! -Matthew 17:20


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Everyone makes mistakes! How do you ladies get back on track afterwards?

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