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my oldest girls and I before a wedding this weekend-165

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Train ride at the zoo this summer, think I was at about 170 here

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My 3 beautiful girls

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    Here is a Spark People blog I just wrote that I think you will find interesting. Feel free to check it out and share with others. http://www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_j

    Shine On, Health Star, shine on! emoticon
    1842 days ago
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    Hope your "Special" day was special in every way! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2219 days ago
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    Try this little "trick" this week . . . the “1 Times 10 Trick”

    Find 10 opportunities during the day to raise your heart rate for just 1 minute at a time. You can do anything for only 1 minute, right? You’ll burn as many as 300-400 extra calories a day by doing this little trick alone!!! emoticon emoticon
    2224 days ago
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    Little mini-challenge for you this week! Hopefully, you’ll be reminded of this every day, when you check your sparkpage:

    Tone up—without leaving the comfort of your bed! Before getting out of bed each morning, spend just a few minutes doing exercises (or stretches). The softer surface of a mattress forces your muscles to work harder, for stability and balance. Try hip raises (bridges), bicycle-abs, the clam, side-twists (while sitting up, maybe add arm circles to that one). Don’t forget stretches, too. A great one would be pulling your knees towards your chest (good for sciatica). We’ll call it---Fitness for Lazy Days! emoticon emoticon
    2231 days ago
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    Little mini-challenge for you this week! Hopefully, you’ll be reminded of this everyday—when you check your sparkpage:

    “Get Up & Move”—at least once an hour. Studies show that hours of inactivity change the way your body processes glucose & fat. Continuous sitting causes metabolic changes that increase blood sugar levels & decrease the amount of fat used for fuel. Both then cause an increase in fat storage—not what you want to happen! Let’s “Get Up & Move” throughout this 5% Challenge!! We can do this, my friends! emoticon emoticon
    2238 days ago
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