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  1. Paige says:

    I hope you achieve your goals. On my wii fit I have set a target to loose 12lbs in 2 months. Not sure how I will do as I have never set a target before. I found this for you in regards to your walks in Scotland. I hope your not offended and that you find in helpful. Its a 10 week walking programme to help you get fit and has loads of tips and helpful advice.

    http://walking.about.com/cs/walkoflife/a/bldaybyday.htm

    Take Care x

  2. Paige says:

    Hi Libby,

    Not sure if you can get discovery home and health, but there is a programme on tomorrow called Too big to walk. A group of VERY overweight people walk all over the UK. If they can do it You cetainly can. See if you can check it out. x

  3. Fiona says:

    Hi Libby,

    I’m an avid follower of your blog and have been really impressed with your determination and commitment to healthy eating and fitness since your operation. You have come so far!

    Please cut yourself some slack over indulging during the festive period – you’ll soon go back to your normal habits, esp as you were so disciplined on the cruise ship. Everyone I know comes back at least a stone heavier!

    I can emphasise with your ‘no regrets’ trip as I went to Australia last year and hardly have any photos of me as I was embarrassed at how much weight I have gained over the past few years. When everyone was in bikinis in the Whitsundays, I wore baggy t-shirts which only made me look worse. I’m determined to return to Oz next year and a lot lighter so that I can climb the harbour bridge and jog round Bondi-Coogie beach etc. I have a picture of me in my baggy t-shirt on my fridge for motivation and it seems to help me make the right food choices. I now grab a bowl of blueberries instead of Hob nobs – but polished off a bar of dairy milk when I did my kitchen cleanse!

    I wish you and your family all the best for 2010 and will be following your progress in the coming months. I’m sure you’ll achieve your goals and give us inspiration!

    Take care

    Fiona

    PS. I noticed you visited Glengoyne Distillery the last time you were over in Bonnie Scotland. I was born and brought up in the village less than a mile away (Killearn). My parents still live there and I visit often. My mum is from the Isle of Skye and I’m going up there in May. Is the Isle of Skye on your travel plans? Hope so as it has stunning scenary (esp the Cullin Hills) and even a castle.

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