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Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
are you going to do to keep healthy and stay on your weight loss path? I am going to:

  • Walk 45 minutes tonight while my daughter takes her piano lesson
  • Take a yoga class Saturday and Sunday
  • Visit the Farmers Market and increase my veggie intake!

Who is next?

Haylen
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totallywiggedout responded:
ME! I'M NEXT! I am going to
1. Continue to walk my mile in the morning, concentrating on correct posture and gait (bad hip, I used to "weeble"), and my 8 block round trip walk at night.
2. Continue to make, if not great choices all the time, at least BETTER choices in the foods that I eat and how I prepare them
3. Continue to be an "adjuster" instead of an "enabler", to adjust/accept things that happen, even binges, birthday cake days, etc. and NOT to enable myself by making lame excuses as to why I ate something. To accept my mistakes, then move on and away from them.
Diet and Exercise go hand in hand----
Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there. - Will Rogers
 
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abnersmom responded:
1. Heading out in minute to walk on the local greenway. Got to get myself moving more.
2. Swim today and tomorrow if the rain stays away.
3. Eat fresh squash from a friend's garden and some dark green veggies. Didn't get as many greens in this week as usual.


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