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lost my motivation...

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

It was a tough year last year and the new year has started out a little bumpy for me. I am maintaining my weight around 200 pounds. Not were I wanted to be in 2014. I haven't been exercising much, but must start my back, neck and mid-back exercises as I am in a lot of pain. My knees are even hurting again. Not trying to complain...just telling you were I am at today.

emoticon Food tastes better now and I am not as strict as I was when beginning SP. I never have swore off any food...but am definitely not eating everything in moderation as I was earlier.

I miss getting on to see how people are doing. Yet I am not motivated to participate in the community very much. I need some encouragement!!

Hopefully I will hear from some friends and can finally set some goals for 2014.

I don't like to back slide!!
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  • MILLISMA
    Angie, hope everything is okay. Please let us know how you are doing. Have you thought of trying some of the chair exercises?

    emoticon Mary Anne
    2534 days ago
  • DEBBYFROMMT
    Angie, I think this winter has been tough on everyone! But consider this a kick in the butt to get moving again! emoticon (that is a kick for both you and me!)
    2555 days ago
  • no profile photo CD14126107
    I don't blame you. Sometimes, I take breaks from SP as well. I hope you are okay, though. I, too, had a bit of a rough start, but I am able to lose a bit of weight here and there through diet.

    I'm glad you're back! So good to see you again.


    2566 days ago
  • MILLISMA
    Hi Angie! I've missed you. You will get your spunk back. I am so impressed with how well you have already done and I know you will continue on your road to success.

    emoticon Mary Anne
    2574 days ago
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