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I'm ready for 2011

Saturday, January 01, 2011

Well, no more excuses or food temptations finally! The Holidays are over. I had a great time, but I'm ready to get back to focusing on my health seriously again.

I still have a long journey to go, but it is all about focus now. I know what to do and I have some ideas for the New Year. I hope to focus on my exercise to start including a workout DVD. It will be hard to stay away from the sweets, but once I'm off them for a while, it does get easier.

Well, wish me luck! 2011 should be great!
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  • TEENY_BIKINI
    Rock this!

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    3296 days ago
  • TGAMEL
    My hope is that the new year will help me to refocus on my goal. I lost 50 lbs a little over a year ago only to gain it back:{ and so I begin again...Good Luck to you
    3302 days ago
  • KENDRACARROLL
    I've found three ways that help me stave off the cravings:
    1.) Increase protein intake
    2.) Eat a huge salad every day. My salads include various greens, tomatoes, red peppers, cucumbers, etc. Add tangerines, apple, beans, nuts.
    3.) Exercise

    Wishing you much success.
    3309 days ago
  • PAMATX
    I'm glad they're over too, and Monday I'll be getting back into my routine. I totally agree, the less sweets I eat, the less I crave.

    Good luck! You can do it!!!

    Pam
    3309 days ago
  • LIL-VIXEN
    Wishing you all the luck that 2011 will bring. I find that when I crave sweets, I give myself permission to have a very small portion of whatever sweets I have on hand. Once you curve that sweet tooth, you will feel a lot better. Never deprive yourself of something that you want, just eat it in moderation. I find that the more you deprive yourself, the more you want to eat forbidden foods,

    Good luck.
    3309 days ago
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