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Week one down

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

I have completed week one of being back on SP with success! The past 2 Sundays I have discovered a new love of mine which is hiking and there are def some hidden beauties around the bay area.
Being that I am more focused than ever on getting healthy and happy I joined the 100+ lbs in a year team and figured I should post a weekly blog with my progress (hopefully) and to also hopefully hold myself accountable to me! :-) Otherwise I seem to very easily loose track of time.
I've seen so many pages of inspiring fellow Sparkers on here succeed in their journey that I hope to one day be able to inspire others as I have been on here. So - being I just got this idea now instead of at the beginning of last week here are my starting numbers and the ending for week one.

Starting weight 4/19 - 330
End of week 1 4/26 - 322.6

I will admit I have a small goal in mind which is to be at 275 in 20 weeks (9/6/2010) for Disneyland. I'm feeling up to a challenge hehe. emoticon
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  • HELLOLOVELY
    Woohoo! Welcome back to SP! :) You should be very proud of your accomplishment so far! emoticon
    3796 days ago
  • MIAMILAW96
    Wow! Congratulations. Keep sparking, it really helps!
    3797 days ago
  • GTKARLA
    You done great! That's a great goal to have and I'm sure you can do it! It's all about not losing mommentum!
    3797 days ago
  • EVILKLOWN
    Thought I'd stop by and say hi to "week 1" from "week 65." I want to encourage you to stick with it because you're only 30. Don't be like me and wait until you're 50 to wake up. The nutrition tracker has been the key for me. Today is my 460th day of tracking. Good luck to you!!
    3797 days ago
  • PTCAKES
    Best of luck. I can attest that SP is the key to finding healthy success. You can do it.
    3797 days ago
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