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skinimini

Joined: Jan 08
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Posted: 29 Jan 2008, 12:07
Hello All,
I just wanted to say Hello. I have just joined and hope that this will finally be my success story.

I have lost weight in the past only to gain it back and then some. It seems to be getting harder to take it off, and now that I'm in my 40's I feel that I better do it now or it will never come off. I'm hoping to lose about 50lbs (that would bring be to 150), although I cannot remember being that weight.

I'm looking forward to "meeting" to new people and learning new tricks. I have a really good feeling about this!!!!!!!!!!!!Very Happy
Eat to live, don't live to eat!
sararay

Joined: Sep 07
Posts: 1,688

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Posted: 29 Jan 2008, 17:27
Welcome! I wish you the very best. What eating plan have you decided on?

Love the food that loves you back.

Take it one day at a time!
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bullytrouble

Joined: Jul 07
Posts: 846

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Posted: 29 Jan 2008, 18:28
This is the best place to be!! I truly feel that this is the end of my weight loss rope... I believe that I will become successful and keep at a healthy weight for the rest of my life. I know how much food is so important to not just "eat" but to nourish and build our healthy bodies. I intend to teach my children so that they can avoid ever having to become unhealthy like this.

I have my own personal, vacation weeks for sale in Mexico!! Feel free to email me for more info... $700 for 2adults, 2 children, 7 nights!! =D
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BMI = 38.2
start = 44.8
Around the World in 42 Days Challenge: 1 lb
Ride 'Em Challenge: 9 lbs lost
Born To Be Wild Challenge: 8 LBS LOST



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