That's a good goal! Mine is Mother's day I've been getting up earlier too and doing 1/2 hour on the elliptical. I find it's helping me because 1) It's a date with myself so I force myself to go to bed early so I'm not to tired for it and 2) It's not hard on my knees ... no jogging until I'm < 165 ... and 3) I know it's DONE for the day! Amazing how exercise helps! Keep up the good work everyone! I'm weighing in Fridays! Down 4 pounds since I started! WOOWEE!View Thread
Everyone staying on track! I amazed myself this weekend and went out for dinner with hubby ... ordered a salad and only had on teaspoon of his creme brulee! This is a first for me (steak and potatoes girl) Keep being positive! We can do this!View Thread
I need to lose 39 pounds. Friday will be the end of my first week of trying to watch what I eat (make smarter food choices) and exercise daily. I am already impatient and am wondering when I can just 'let it go' and have it as part of who I am ... not a daily challenge...View Thread
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