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Size DOES Matter

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

I'm back again, lost count of how many times I have come and gone. My newest "revelation" came yesterday. Size does matter! and size can be attributed to lots in my journey. First my size, the size the scale tells me I am, how I look in the mirror, what size clothes I have to pick out to feel comfortable during my work day. The pounds and inches size matter. But there is more, the size of my work-out, how long and how hard I work - it matters - it helps determine the decrease in the pound and inches and size. So if I walk just a mile or I make it 5, if I sweat when I work out and pump the cardio or if I have fun on the Wii - it is all exercise but one does give more results than the other. There is still more...the size of my portions. That's a tough one for me, I hate to measure and a legit portion according to any diet program is way too small! But the size of my pasta plate, if I cut it in half or devour my usual. If a have a slab of cake or a tiny slice or even better - none. That matters. It also affect the pound and inches size. But there is still more... the size of my commitment. The fact that I have been on Sparks for probably ten years - says I am committed to weight loss. The fact that I have only kept off about 8 pounds says the commitment is small. If I up the size of my commitment I will decrease the size in pounds and inches. So Size Does Matter! I need just a little slogan, a little push to nag me constantly when I am tempted to cheat in any of these areas. My newest slogan is to remember Size Does Matter in everything I do. Maybe just maybe I will shed a few more pounds that will stay gone FOREVER.
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    Good Luck and have a great day
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