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CAITSMOM98 Posts: 48
1/11/12 9:57 A

That is a GREAT idea!!! Mind if I borrow it? I seem to have more excuses lately and I need to get out of my rut.

Good luck to you and Thanks



HEZZYLUNA Posts: 129
1/11/12 9:35 A

emoticon Thanks for sharing this!

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1/10/12 3:26 P

emoticon This sounds like you are on the path to empowered successes. emoticon

TEALPWRAZ Posts: 316
1/10/12 3:12 P

I adopted the motto "NO EXCUSES" to help keep me motivated. I even put it as the title of my spark page and on the home screen of my phone so that when I see it on a daily basis I am reminded of my goals.

Yesterday I felt like crap! My stomach was in so much pain because I ate a little too much fiber. Anyway, it was cramping like you wouldn't believe. I literally had to bend over slightly when I stood up because it hurt.

But you know what, I saw my motto and I started out on a 10 min walk. cuz let's face it, 10 minutes is better than nothing. I ended up walking for 30! Now, I may have taken 30 minutes to complete a mile, but I don't care, because I didn't give into my excuses. Go figure I started to feel better afterward if only because I knew I did something good for me.

Hopefully this will motivate someone else who struggles with making excuses like I do.

Have a great day Spark Friends!

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