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OFGREENGABLES Posts: 514
9/23/12 3:58 P

make a schedule - with very small goals for the upcoming week. maybe tracking for a day, or two, and then building up from there. make sure you schedule in time for your favourite things - exercise, food, books, etc.

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9/23/12 3:30 P

Hey ya'll,

I've been in a diet slump this weekend. I think we all know the feeling. Maybe you had one too many sweets or you missed a few workouts. Let's all share some positive ideas and tips for how to get back on track!
* After a slump or slip-up, How do you re-gain motivation/focus to return to healthy eating and exercising?

I came across this article that might help: "Get off your butt: 16 ways to get motivated when you're in a slump" (http://zenhabits.net/get-off-your-butt-16
-ways-to-get-motivated-when-youre-in-a
-slump/)

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