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    • Michelle Lee

      Albert Einstein once said "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results". Think about this quote for a second and ask yourself, 'Does this quote apply to me in the way I am trying to change my life for the better? Definitely worth pondering.

    • Sandy Califf

      #inspiration #wisdom #quotes #life #change #happiness #think

    • Crystal Dwyer Hansen

      if you do what you always did you will get what you always got. #quote #truth #change #health #lifestyle #change #loseweight #healthyliving

    • Jennifer Prilliman

      new life moto! I'm living proof of living a healthy life and getting results!

    • Reflection

      Inspiring. and so true

    • Sammi Jeffery

      So true. Change is good

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