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emoticon Good Morning Team!
The heat has arrived and rain expected so that limits my time in the garden.
In the garden for 3 hours so far today
1. I have so many day-lilies to move. and
2. My hostas that are under the apricot tree. we are re arranging some of my beds so it is easier to mow. The hostas will go in the windbreak by the fairy house i plan to do.
3. I have lilacs to move to continue the row in front of the windbreak, south side as I add rhodos to the north side.
4. Also adding lilacs along one side of my vegetable garden
5. Making a fence around my blueberries
6. Re-doing the garden fence
etc. etc. keeping busy and I have tons of pruning deadwood and those rascally brambles to pull so I am keeping busy emoticon


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4/23/13 9:08 A

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I completed the challenge and like the results; I will continue with the fitness and nutrition programs as I only have eight more pounds to my goal weight. After that I need to learn how to maintain and maybe even try to lose a bit more. I also need to continue to pay attention to what I am eating each day as I am pretty sure what got me into difficulties, besides use of prednisone was eating too many high carb snacks. I have made a good start on getting control of limiting myself to one small high carb snack a day which seems to be for me the best way to control the craving. The program has been very helpful and I keep recommending it to others. Is their a maintenance group?

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Have you retired and stayed on your goals? I am fairly new to Sparkpeople but love the site. How is your A1C?

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KayWeb555, how is that AC? I have a friend in Bham, AL named Kay Webb.

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My long term goals are:
1) to loose at least 40 more pounds.
2) Come off blood pressure meds (which will be very hard because we just had to add a 4th bp medicine. This was very, very discouraging!).
3) Continue water aerobics at least 3 times a week and possibly do floor exercises 3x a week. Am not getting the weight and inches results that I want from 5 days water aerobics and 1 day floor exercise. But I am able to move better. (arth. is not as bad)
4) get rid of diabetes
5) have more energy- it is better since I lost 30# but is still not very high. If I work out for 1 1/2 hr that is about it for the day.
6) increase my veggie intake- do not get 5-6 servings a day.

Edited by: DEANNIE1966 at: 4/14/2013 (09:18)
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Wow Paula, those are fantastic goals and most of all doable goals! Keep us posted on your progress. YOU CAN DO THIS!! Go girl!

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I am in the process of fine tuning my long term goals. #1 I am working on Long Term Planning of my Meals. Must include more fruits and RAW vegetables. Included in this plan is making one new recipe at least twice per week. For instance, I will make steel cut oats in my Slow Cooker so they are ready to eat when I get up in the AM. Then, I will make a NEW meal for dinner. #2 Continue tracking my exercise. I have found the Spark People Videos really help me spice up my daily exercise. After using the Videos with Coach Nicole's enthusiasm, I find I am really motivated and I do more strength exercises. And, when I get out to walk I am adding in some fast spurts to increase my cardio experience. #3 Take 5 minutes every morning to do Positive Visualizations and see myself Healthy and without Diabetes. #4 I will fly and only need ONE SEAT on the airplane. #5. Long Term lose 150 pounds.

Quit smoking 09/09/05
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Under 300 in 2017.

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2019 GOALS:
1. Do a Minimum of 10 minutes of Fitness Exercise DAILY and Check-In with 4 Peas in a Pod DAILY!!
2. Continues Healthy eating Habits, this includes eating 5 Fresh Fruits and Vegetables DAILY.
3. Drink 8 glasses of Water Daily
4. Continue Strength Training
5. Lose 31 pounds


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Wk8, Day2.
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3/25/13 11:51 P

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My long term goals include: eating 6 to 8 servings of fruits and vegetables a day, continuing to exercise 5 to 6 days a week; including strength training and cardio workouts. I will continue to take by blood sugar 2 x a day. My goal is to lose 63 pounds and be able to not need the diabetes and blood pressure medication. To reach my goals I will continue to learn how to cook healthy meals, learn how to use spices and herbs to season foods and look for solutions to possible setbacks or problems.

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3/22/13 9:30 A

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Making better choices in my what I eat. And mentally telling myself do I need that piece of chocolate or chips. And following my meal counts of how much calories I have eaten. And continue to challenge my exercise goals as well.

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I will continue to work on reducing my weight and achieving better control of my diabetes by:

Continuing to watch my portions; make healthy substitutions; eating more fruits and vegetables; monitoring my carbs; checking my blood sugar at least 3 times a day; and being physically active.

My long term goal is to lose at least 100 pounds.

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I took this challenge because I am predisposed to Type 2 diabetes. I've lost weight during my participation in this challenge. My long term goal is to loose another 40 lbs. To eat healthy and track my food choices. To continue to add exercise in to each day. But most of all, I promise myself to log in to SparkPeople every day for the duration of my life. I know that the motivation that I've received here from the challenges, the applications, the information and the support of others is the only way I'll be able to maintain a healthy lifestyle. I'm grateful. Thank you coaches!

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My long term goals are to continue to track food and fitness so that I loose weight. To continue to regularly strength workout with my personal trainer 3 times a week, and to do 30 min minimum of cardio on most days. I really want to reduce or get off my diabetes medicine but time will tell if that happens. I am doing my best to achieve a healthy life.

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Long term goal: Keep exercising 20 minutes a day, at least 4 days a week.

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Get my FBS to under 98. Stick with program.

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My long term goals are:
1) Get A1C levels back to normal.
2) Be able to shop for clothes in the regular women's department.
3) Weigh below 150 pounds.

The 8-week challenge was a good start toward those goals. I will continue to use all I learned to get the rest of the way.

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Long term goals - will be starting a 90 day circuit training program. I find that I do better with these challenges. Hope within this time to get near my goal.

"When the sun comes up, we better be running with excitement to improve who we are and what we do as group members and as a group." Abe Gubegna

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8/25/12 10:46 A

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On day 63 and still holding we break on weekends
Flat out bread made into a pizza is one break
I can eat a whole one and stay in diet
or Local Art's roast beef i can eat half and stay in diet
or tuna salad on fresh tomatoes
or skyline chili on miracle noodles
slowly adding during weekends my favorite foods in different proportions.

Edited by: CD12785468 at: 8/25/2012 (10:46)
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Hey that diet appears better than just bread and water rations. Very aggressive. Can you hold the line on this forever. How's it working out for you.

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8/23/12 10:35 A

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here here George815 well written.
Left and missed SP the inspirational messages and returned quickly.
I find that I need a 'what the heck' meal about once a week
Otherwise i stay pretty much on the same menu
Food calories
breakfast
Great Grains cereal 180
6 oz skim milk 80
mid morning snack
1 serving of carb yogurt 90
lunch
i slice of ww bread 80
slice of turkey 90
mustard 0
mid afternoon snack
9 pita chips 90
salsa free 0
Dinner
1.3 cups Taco soup 387
6 triscuits 80
evening 1 carb snack
Sweet FreedomŽ Snack Size Vanilla
Ice Cream Cones 110


Daily total 1,284

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Continue to work on my diet for diabetes. By doing this daily I have almost forgotten that I actually have diabetes. Spending much of my time developing new habits and behaviors that I never had to worry about. It seems it occupied most of my time now. Sparkpeople does have a great program and the people are great with their support. It would be so much difficult without all of you. Good luck on your individual challenges. Maybe they will be able to make diabetes a thing of the past in our lifetime.God bless everyone.

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I'm In this for the long haul too!
only 2 more days,
Then my 8 weeks will be over
Reckon we could sneak back into week one again?

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8/22/12 10:44 A

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My long term goals are to continue with my fitness and nutrition plans so that I can continue on my journey to lose 100 pounds. I also intend to follow more closely those additional guidelines provided in the head-to-toe checklist.

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8/19/12 6:03 A

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WEEK 8 ALREADY ? !
i am nearing my first quarter goal each is 33 pounds.
I think i will reach goal #1 in week 9

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8/17/12 5:42 P

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Thank you Kay for the encouragement. I read people posting fasting glucose numbers and there are alot of sub 100 numbers reported. I have had less than a handful of those. Sometimes managing the carb requirements still doesn't guarantee good scores for me. It seems like there is always something. There is always something more to do.

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Sure you can do it, all you have to do is keep your blood sugars around 126 and that could bring you down into the 6.5 area ! Just watch those carbs they can become tricky.

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Trying to maintain my A1C count to around 7. Brought it down to 9.7. Delaying some teeth cleaning procedure until in the acceptable range. Told it will take atleast 2 more months of successful management of diabetes. Wonder at times will the count ever get to the accepted level.

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Plans to continue forward with my routine that I have built over the last 8 weeks. Slowly moving forward to my goal of getting down to 233 my Feb. 10, 2013 ! Will check in from time to time and may even come back in a short time and start up the challenge once again as I have in the past !

"Slow and steady each step of the way, guided by strength and healthy living each day! "kayweb555


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Track my sparkpeople food intake with the diabetic piece. To control by glucose numbers and to complete the periodontics surgery that is currently pending. To maintain and build my exercise regimen to stay healthy with the diabetes.
Hopefully improve my quality of life with diabetes with these above mentioned elements and improve my education regarding the Big D.

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On this 8-week challenge I've shed 11 lbs so far, moving steadily toward my goal of reducing by 31 lbs. My long-term goal (after achieving the above) is to maintain a healthy body size by continuing to track my food and exercising for fitness, strength and energy. I will get my a1c results in about a week and hope to hear that it is somewhere around 6%. I would love to be able to eliminate or reduce some of my medications and avoid ever having to be on insulin.

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LONG TERM GOALS:
TO ENTER AND FINISH A 5K
TO LOSE 10% OF MY BODY WIEGHT/52 LBS
TO HAVE A1-C LESS THAN 6.2
TO REDUCE MY MEDICATIONS


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HANNASCLOUDY - emoticon Goals !
All the best !

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Life is Good.

1. BMI -is 30.1 - Get to 29 - Which will switch me from obese to overweight. emoticon

2. Continue to loose 1-2 pounds a week. By eating right, tracking food, and fine tuning cardio.

3. Check and record Fasting Blood Sugar every day. Stay off insulin.

4. Keep Dentist appt - start the process of taking care of my smile! It's been a while.

5. Red Cross - continue to give blood, set up next appt.

6. Set up CPR class.

7. Enjoy my new found freedom, Kayaking, fishing, boating, lake walking. 3-5x weekly

8. Make a new healthy recipe 2x a week.

9. Research being a Health coach?? Continue to chat with family and friends about healthy options.

10. Educate, read, stay on Spark People, speak to myself as a friend. Every Day! emoticon

Edited by: HANAHSCLOUDY at: 7/3/2012 (07:56)
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I lost 10 pounds. I want to lose 40 pounds by December 31, 2012.

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Long term goals:
1. Continue eating healthy - 6 fruits and veggies per day, 3 small meals and 3 snacks, treats in moderation.
2. Continue exercising - 3 strength workouts and 150 cardio minutes per week.
3. Lose 10 lbs to be in my "healthy weight range," then lose 15-20 more.
4. Daily yoga - at least 1 or 2 poses to start, working up to 10-15 minutes.
5. Get 7+ hours of sleep every night.


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PURPLESPEDCOW - I hope that you can figure it out, too !
Good Luck ! emoticon emoticon

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hoping that my doctor and I can figure out why my blood sugars aren't responding to the medication.

Beth, Georgia Eastern Time Zone
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DITO for me. I've been doing spark for about two months longest i've ever stuck with any exercise program. I've finally lost 15 pounds. I'm starting to feel better my sugars are going down. Had my AC1 tested today cant wait to see if its going down. Hope to continue everything i've learned for rest of my life. Still hoping exercise becomes fun instead of something I have to do.

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My long term goals:
1. Keep my blood sugar below 100 and get my A1C to 5.5 or less to avoid progressing from Pre-D to T2 for as long as I can.
2. Continue to work out and to make it a daily habit to be active.
3. Continue to lose weight until I meet my goal weight and then maintain it.
4. To sleep at least 7 hours a day.

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CATHLEEN2009 - emoticon Goals !
All the best !

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Learning about diabetes with this challenge has helped me be alot more aware that I certainly need to do something about my weight and overall health ,,

Long term goals

continue to educate myself and enjoy my weight loss journey

make time for excercise not because I have too but because i want too

Remember to take time for myself in general

Accept new challenges or new thi ngs in my life

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GOHUSKERS2 - I think that we have all enjoyed this Challenge !
It was good to see you, on the threads !

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At first I thought...8 weeks....that's too long and I'll never make it...but I have and it surprises me more than anyone! LOL

Using the nutritional tracker works wonders.
Track water and as 8 is easy for me so I try for 10.
Continue to do the workouts which is very difficult for me
Keep the FBS under 110 everyday and maintain a better watch on carbs, which really trigger my sugar levels.

This has been fun and I am glad I took the challenge!!!!

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BEBELOUIDAHO - emoticon Goals !

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my long term goal are to continue to avoid caffeine, to continue to keep sugar out of diet as much as possible, to work out several times a week, to keep diabetes under control, and to keep working to get more weight off.

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emoticon Goals !

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Be healthy with healthy life style and lose weight too

For a healthier life!

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My long-term goal is to continue to exercise, and eat sensibly.
I would like to lose weight, down to 140 pounds, at Christmas,2012 !
My Doctor would be so happy ! Of course, he would want me to keep
that weight off ! So, this is my over-all Goal : to reach 140 pounds, and
maintain that weight !
I've enjoyed being on this Team !
I know that there are some exciting Prize Draws, coming up !
Good Luck, everyone !
I am not eligible to participate, since I don't live in the States.
( maybe, I'll get an extra Spark-goodie !)

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3/14/12 11:11 P

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I surpassed my goal - for the 8 week challenge - I reached one of my short term goals (to get under 220) and lost just over 20lbs (When I started this challenge I was at 241.0 now I am at 219.8)
My long-term goals:
1. to continue to track food and fitness on SP
2. to continue to use the meal planner on SP
3. to reach my goal weight of 144 by July 2012 (but to do this as to not get discouraged I am setting short-term goals - now that I am under 220 (which is where I plateaued a few years ago) I will now shoot for 215 - then 210 - then 199 - and so on.
4. to continue to workout everyday and increase the intensity of my workouts

 current weight: 209.7 
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2/26/12 6:26 P

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Long term goals:
1. Maintain healthy glucose levels consistently.
2. Gain FT employment as a Special Ed teacher at the middle school.
3. Finish the documentary that I'm making-Monadnock: The Mountain that Stands Alone www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/Ra
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4. Hike all of the Maine Mountains.



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