I am new and tring to change my life

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jennmorris

Joined: Oct 11
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Posted: 11 Oct 2011, 11:36
Hi everyone!! I am new to this site, I ve discovered this trough an app on my phone last year, but never really got into it until recently. I need to change my eating habits as well as doing more exercise. I joined a gym a few weeks ago, and have been trying to quit smoking. It seems people here are very positive.
Argi88

Joined: Sep 11
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Posted: 11 Oct 2011, 11:43
Well, you took the first step Huraaayy!!
Welcome! this is a very useful sight, and the app is a very big help. Join a group for specific exercise motivation/challenges.

I'm also trying to change my eating habits. More fruits and veggies and out with sodas and sugary drinks. I'm trying to avoid processed food but i can't give up bread.

I know you can meet your goal because i started a bit higher than your starting weight and i am now 108 and i just bought my first size 0 jeans over the weekend. Yup i went from a size 10 to a zero. (well i have to admit i even wore size 12 at my lowest point)

So good luck! You can do it.
woox2

Joined: Aug 11
Posts: 520

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Posted: 11 Oct 2011, 11:44
Hi Jenn -

Welcome (from another newbie). I am a somebody that sounds like you bio-wise. I'll let you slide on the Eagles fan thing. Actually, I'm not into football, but I love hockey. We may go to lagerheads, but that's next year Smile

Anyway, family oriented, fun, gardening ALSO joined in August but did nothing much until this week... So, I just wanted to say hi.

I found that people are really supportive so make lots of buddies! Also, I checked out your 'diet'. It looks like good, habit changing and healthy stuff. I'm a 'changing my eating patterns' rather than 'diet' person too.

Have a good time getting involved!

Best - Woowoo
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does." ~ William James
Woo Alexa

Joined: Sep 11
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Posted: 11 Oct 2011, 11:48
Hello jennmorris I'm glad your taking the steps to change your eating habits. There are a lot of people here that will support you and give you great advise. Looks like you and I have similar goals. If you need any buddies feel free to add me Smile
woox2

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Posted: 11 Oct 2011, 11:49
Wow, you guys are good! I though 10 minutes into the "Im New" message I'd be first to post! Way to go supportive people!!! You rock Smile
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does." ~ William James
jennmorris

Joined: Oct 11
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Posted: 11 Oct 2011, 11:54
@Argi88, Thank you very much. And congrats on your big weight loss!!! I am a size 9 and I usually have to keep comments to myself bc my friends get upset with me bc they say I dont need to lose weight. I know what makes me feel good and happy. I like this site bc I dont want to be judged. My biggest problem is that I have issues with my body image and I am trying to change it. I also drink a lot.
@woox2 I am also a hockey fan!!! I love the Flyers!! I am a big outdoors person and love being active. I just need to get rid of the people in my life that bring me down, and I know that this is a great first step.
Argi88

Joined: Sep 11
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Posted: 11 Oct 2011, 12:34
"i usually have to keep comments to myself" -- i know how that is.
But you are right, i knew what size i was before and i didn't feel comfortable until i went back. Even if everyone else did their best to make me feel good where i was.
Now my problem is the flabs. I'm wanting to really exercise to turn those flabs into abs. People get the wrong idea, i know i'm not "fat" but eating healthy has become a lifestyle and honestly it feels good. I feel great!



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