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Team Name: Motivational Quotes
Members: 10
Location: All are welcome! 84335



Goals: Motivational quotes = fuel for the soul.

Profile: Daily motivational quotes and stories, shared by all!

Last posted: Sunday, December 16, 2012, 11:58 PM

Other Info: Please visit the "community" tab and post your favorite motivational quotes & stories. Also leave a "comment" if you wish. We would love to hear from you.

Members profiles:



Im a 19 year old, I have been over most of my life. I have tried many different diets before, but it was hard for me to stick to them because of the kind of work i was doing. Tomorrow I will be starting the Fat Smash Diet. I have confidence in myself that I can achieve my goal.


A SAHM dealing with PCOS and the problems it brings.


I am a 40 year old female. My highest weight was 210 pounds in 1990. I lost over 70 pounds and the highest that I've crept since then was 150 something. I have had difficulty maintaining my goal weight of 125, I gain, lose, gain, lose, gain, lose. I always seem to be gaining or losing or barely maintaining a weight that I don't want to be, such as 135. I now weigh 130. I'm on weight watchers and plan to stick with it to get to my goal weight and to maintain my goal weight.








I'm 22,   I moved to Dubai from the UK 8 months ago.  I was already in pretty bad shape,  but the life style out here has caused me to put on an additional 14 pounds since I've been here.  Once i get into a habit of working out i really enjoy it.  I like dancing, going out with friends, and generally having a good time.


Living in the Great Wet North, attempting to heal my gut, get active and gain healthy weight. Knitter/spinner/weaver, eclectically religious, Abe-Hicks fan, "Flybaby," wannabe gourmet nutritarian, fitbit user, mildly cat obsessed, recovering sugar addict & screen addict... I am new and still trying to figure out how this works!





27 year old female, looking to heal from the inside out! Working every single day to become emotionally, mentally and physically healthier. Long history of food disorders (within my lifetime, but also for many generations previous to me) - I want to break the long cycle of disordered eating in my family. This is not only to create my own vibrant and healthful relationship with food, but to ensure that my family yet to come no longer has to deal with the same pain and heartache surrounding food, exercise and body image.






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