It's a new year!

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Registered: 04-30-2000
It's a new year!
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Thu, 01-03-2013 - 1:09pm

Do you make New Year's resolutions?

How was your Holidays?

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Registered: 10-22-2001
Sat, 01-05-2013 - 9:38pm

I don't really make Resolutions but I did make a promise to myself to take better care of me...;)...

Christmas was pretty quiet just me and ds.

Although I did get to see my dd...:)...

Looking forward to New Beginnings!

Did you make ANY?

How was your Christmas?

It is so hard to believe it's over and it's the New Year 2013.

Wow!!!

Nightangel
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Registered: 04-30-2000
Sun, 01-06-2013 - 5:55pm

No, I don't make resolutions. I too need to get back to being serious... I was walking 10,000 steps a day and my heel started hurting and I had to back off.. then I had to back off even more, and when I didn't feel well in October, and just sat, I noticed an improvement in my foot. SO, I have not walked much, stopped logging my food, and now, I'm afraid to get on the scales because I wanted to lose and weigh what my license says when I have to renew it this year on my birthday. It probably is no longer doable.. but must get serious on trying!!!

I know, seems odd to be 2013 and January once again....  Hope this is a good year for you!!!

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Registered: 10-22-2001
Wed, 01-09-2013 - 7:45pm

Thanks Cheryl,

I am trying to take better care of me so walking, although it's been hard I walked today...:)...
Just dealing with RA and OA and Psoriasis not to mention Depression but ALL in ALL I am doing pretty good!

I checked out...
http://www.goredforwomen.org/live-healthy/first-steps-to-prevent-heart-d...
...please check it out I know I am glad I did...<3

1. Quit smoking.

2. Avoid second-hand smoke.

3. Know your numbers.

4. Process out processed foods.

5. Get moving.

6. Get your friends and family on board.

7. Spread awareness. It still comes as a surprise to many people when they learn that heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women. It’s up to all of us to inform our circles of the risks and the actions a person can take to minimize those risks. What seems like a simple conversation could save someone’s life.

Kate Silver is an award-winning journalist based in Chicago. Her work has appeared in Washington Post, Men’s Health, Chicago Tribune and other online and print publications.

Nightangel