I'n new to this site. I am looking for an accountability partner(s). I have lost 100 lbs and have 100 to go, but I have been stuck between 225- 230 lbs for 6 months. I have revamped my food plan, goals and evaluation process this week. I'm looking for a female that can contact me by facebook or email since I can't always make it to this site on my computer. I am a devout Christian lady who is a happy newly wed. I am 38 & looking to make accountability as hassle free as possible for both of us.
Congratulations on your weightloss so far and huge grats on just getting married, cre8ted. Although I can't do accountability stuff, because I'm much too rough on myself if I don't make it, I'm sure you'll find someone who will. welcome to our community though, and let us know if you need any inspiration or suggestions. kim
Kim SW 243 CW 180.4 GW 135
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