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Adjusted My Weight Goal Time Frame - Wish Me Luck

Friday, May 01, 2009

Since I've had pretty good success so far, I've adjusted my goal weight date from July 1st to June 1st...seems obtainable to me.

My plan after that is to continue my walking (maybe not 60 minutes 7 days a week but maybe 60 minutes every other day) and to find my maintenance caloric intake level. I want to take the month of June and examine/fine tune this maintenance plan.

I'm pretty disciplined so I don't expect to drop off the maintenance phase.

After that I MAY consider trying to drop another 10 lbs, no final decision on this yet, will see how things go.

Thanks to all the Sparkers who have supported me, I hope your Spark journey will continue as well as mine has.

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    Gerry: Good Luck! You and you wife will love the Grand Canyon, visited many years ago when our sons were young. It is great to see at sunrise. Good Luck! Do you play volleyball on the Point Pleasant beaches? WOW. Take care, Jane
    4394 days ago
    I'll second fairy's comments. She is keeping me up to date on your progress because you and I have about the same goals.

    It looks like I am ahead of my schedule too (Thanks to fairy's support!) 10Lbs more and then I will make a similar decision between loosing another 10 or finding my maintenance calories.

    Keep up the good work!!
    4395 days ago
    You're doing great, Gerry! Good luck reaching your goal, but even if you don't make it by 6/1, you have made big changes to your lifestyle - keep up that great work and you'll still get there. Have a great weekend!
    4395 days ago
    Gerry - I think you made a wise decision. You need to continue to push yourself for your own motivation. I think you have made reasonable new goals.

    Good Luck - I hope to follow in your footsteps and reach my goals also!
    4396 days ago
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