Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Thanks to Readers: I'd offer you a cookie, but I can't buy them...

Just a quick thanks for all the supportive comments and positive feedback I've received. I also appreciate those readers who made some valid arguments and pointed out scratches on my rosy-colored glasses. As I progress through the months, I plan on sharing more specific info on my ideas and methods for reaching my goal. I get two visits with a nutritionist via my health care program and I plan on using them. In addition, I'd ideally like to work my way towards doing some form of exercise for at least 1 hour a day, 4 times a week. This will hopefully be more of a lifestyle change than a plan that ends, so I'm still in the early stages of learning how to live healthy.

I encourage everyone to join me and we can work our way through health makeovers together! Also, it seems that some readers have experience with weight loss plans and exercise regimes - spread your knowledge and keep the discussions coming!


Anonymous said...

Start a routine - stick to it!

Anonymous said...

Good Luck on Your New Endevor:
Just remember:

"Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them".
II, v, 159

jess said...

your blog is great and good luck!

Sugar Plum said...

Sounds like you have a good plan :)

Anonymous said...

you have a lot of support. sounds like a plan

Gina M

Linda K said...

You can do it Missy.....My problem is those darn girl scouts....they just keep pressuring me into buying cookies.....pray for me!

Linda K

Anonymous said...

You are now a month into your endeavor and you have not told us your plan for fitness or nutrition. You have only stated you want to work out 1 hour a day 4 days a week.

What has your doctor/nutritionist said? Do you have a trainer or are you using one of the million of available fitness plans from the web. The first month is crucial in setting the goals and making a plan.

If you want to get serious about weight loss you need to have a serious plan.

I know everyone wants to be rah rah about this but you have to get real about this. It is hard work.