Healthier Living Thread Part V - page 32

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  1. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from Baptized_By_Fire
    Hee Hee.

    I ate at one of those old people cafeterias today for lunch. I was baaad. They had pie.
    "Old people"??

    ha ha - but I think I know what you mean
  2. by   BBFRN
    That did sound bad, didn't it? I meant one of those places that your Grandma took you to- especially if you live in the South. Fried everything..and pie.
  3. by   Tweety
    You don't want to go to those places here in Florida in the winter for the senior special. It's a madhouse. LOL

    Zoe, wasn't that Telly Savales that said "Who Loves Ya Baby?" or something like that? Kojack?
  4. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from Tweety
    Zoe, wasn't that Telly Savales that said "Who Loves Ya Baby?" or something like that? Kojack?
    Yep - and note - how thin and pretty he was by eating lollypops ha ha

    South Beach dr has a new book coming out? Did we mention that already?
  5. by   keishapound
    Hello everyone reading this I am a 34 y/o female recent graduate and waiting to take boards on 02/18 and I would like to lose weight. I am ashamed to admit that at 5'2" I weight 217. Since school is out I am studying for boards and that takes majority of my time. I have a treadmill and walked/ran for 30 minutes Sat so please give me some encouraging words and advice on weight loss. I think this site is so awesomeumpiron:
  6. by   TigerGalLE
    Keisha... No doubt about it... studying for boards is a very stressful time in your life. Keep up the great work. Exercise relieves stress and rejuvenates you! When you begin to feel sleepy from studying... get up and walk on that treadmill. It will wake you up... relieve your stress and you'll be able to go back to studying with a fresh start. You can do it!!
  7. by   keishapound
    Thanks Tiger I appreciate that now off to that treadmill then back to studying
  8. by   Tweety
    Hi Keishapound!!! Congrats on taking the first steps towards a healthier and happier you! Do it for yourself and yes, you can do it! Take time for yourself!

    I just got back from a killer yoga class. I'm too lazy to cook so I'm heating up a veggie keilbasa (sp?) and eating it on a whole grain bun. Could be worse. I'm having some veggies too. Blueberries for dessert.
  9. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from keishapound
    Hello everyone reading this I am a 34 y/o female recent graduate and waiting to take boards on 02/18 and I would like to lose weight. I am ashamed to admit that at 5'2" I weight 217. Since school is out I am studying for boards and that takes majority of my time. I have a treadmill and walked/ran for 30 minutes Sat so please give me some encouraging words and advice on weight loss. I think this site is so awesomeumpiron:
    Welcome!

    It's one day at a time, right? So you are a success! Just keep doing it ... (words I should heed myself )
  10. by   muffie
    hi keisha welcome and good luck with your health and the boards

    i gained a pound over last two weeks, but thats life , no biggie

    a saying a ww instructor gave us about a year ago but had a big impact on me and i reflect on it often and hope it works for all good ppl here is...

    "What are you willing to do ... to get where you want to be ? "

    i think its great

    and then its all glug and crunch
  11. by   Tweety
    Hi gang!

    Not much going on. I'm maintaining gym, yoga, primarily vegetarian, but not loosing weight. Feeling good though.
  12. by   Liddle Noodnik
    Quote from Tweety
    Hi gang!

    Not much going on. I'm maintaining gym, yoga, primarily vegetarian, but not loosing weight. Feeling good though.
    Thank you for keeping on keeping on Tweety!
  13. by   muffie
    tweety, you look mahvelous...:bowingpur

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