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  1. Congratulations, Luanne! I'm proud of you, happy for you, in awe, and wish you continued success.
  2. After you lose weight, then comes maintenance. It truly is a lifestyle lifetime committment. What can you live with the rest of your life? What is doable for the long term? Do that.
  3. mrss

    Motivation...

    Miserable and frustrated (i.e. too much food) doesn't work long term. I was miserable and wanted relief from that pain. I found relief with BCB and Weight Watchers. Hang around, learn how others do it, copy them. There is a wealth of information and encouragement on these boards. Use it to your advantage! Best wishes, buddy.
  4. Congratulations, Jack, she's beautiful!
  5. Caitlin: Congratulations! I'm so proud of you, buddy. Thanks for running those last miles for BCB. ETA: I hate running in anything over 70 degrees.
  6. Hey, buddies. I walked 4 miles at the park this evening. I didn't feel like running, so I didn't. I plan to run tomorrow.
  7. Caitlin: You go girl! I'll be thinking about you Sunday and sending you racing vibes. ~~~~~~~ Have fun out there. I ran six today. I ran two at the park but my stomach was hurting. I came home, rested, drank some water, and finished up on my treadmill. It's all good. I plan to run 4 tomorrow. Have a wonderful weekend and if you're racing, run one mile in honor of the BCB Runners Thread. I don't know why, just because. Darlene: Glad you're enjoying running.
  8. Which makes you wonder if the foods that are normally higher in calories and fat are really waaay higher in calories and fat!
  9. Not really. The hardest part of WW for me is reigning my appetite in. Even when I'm not hungry, I always have an appetite and could eat more. Portion control is something I still work on. Some weeks I do better at it than others. I started with a Target of 20, so I've always eaten all my Flex points and APs. I don't think I get in a lot of miles, especially lately. (But I'm working on getting back to my normal.) I'm certainly not a fast runner either. I guess if there's any secret it's slow and steady wins the race. I'm not brilliant at anything, but I'm generally consistent. I like this quote: Consistency is greater than genius. I told Kimberley in my PM that running has helped me have a more defined waist (I'm an apple shape) and bigger calf muscles. It also allows me more wiggle room with my eating. Not a lot, but a little. I used to read this often on the coolrunning forums--Run for fitness. Diet to lose weight. Translated, eat healthier most of the time. If I relied on running only to keep my weight off, I'd be a fat runner.
  10. Kimberley: I'm sending you a long rambling pm. Ran 5 on my tm this evening. Jack: Congrats on the new shoes! They really represent all the hard work and effort you've put into your weight loss journey. Bravo, buddy. May the NSVs and SVs continue. Thanks for being an inspiration. healthybody: Chime in more often!
  11. But it's a good kind of expensive. Have you considered shopping at second hand stores? Liz: Did you have fun jumping? I would've been nervous, but I'm not a rider either.
  12. Lillie, congrats on losing weight. As for losing those points, use your Flex points and APs. It helps!
  13. Congratulations, Moe!~
  14. mrss

    Third Anniversary!

    Happy Anniversary! May you have many many more! Thanks for your insightful post and for being an inspiration.
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