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R3DROBIN Posts: 1,389
3/28/13 11:22 A

probably I shud stop complaining so much to start! emoticon

HEALTHY4UNI SparkPoints: (12,464)
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3/28/13 11:20 A

Good for you for recognizing what is possible and making a list of them! Many times we focus on what we can't and that tends to bring us a self defeating response. If you focus on what you can do and reward yourself as you do those things, your health can start to improve! As it does you can find more ways to increase the benefits of your efforts! Consider the guy with no legs or the person who has lost a limb! Some of them excel with what they do have and amaze the world! Winners are those who won't let anything keep them from their victory especially their own excuses much less someone else's! If you want it you must grab hold of it and take it! Your victory is waiting for you!

Now get and get it!

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Edited by: HEALTHY4UNI at: 3/28/2013 (11:26)
BARBWMS Posts: 1,396
3/28/13 11:14 A

Food goals are not an issue, and I'm learning to schedule myself for exercise more firmly! I bought a fitbit in October and have been significantly increasing my daily activity because of the feedback from it. It was a splendid investment for me and has paid off very well in terms of increased awareness of my movement and thus a reason to move much more instead of being so sedentary.

MEANREDS92 Posts: 818
3/28/13 10:16 A

I can work within my range of motion (back injury), drink 8 cups of water and eat within my calorie range. I haven't been doing well in any of those categories lately.

TIG123GER SparkPoints: (77,547)
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3/28/13 9:59 A

I'm doing really good with the physical activity but not so great on the food front. I always seem to do one well while the other suffers. I need to get them both in sync!

GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
3/28/13 8:58 A

I have to push myself when I don't "feel" like getting activity, just about every day.

DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
3/28/13 8:36 A

stop making excuses. Being too tired, too busy and too anything else are just not plausible excuses. If I really want to achieve my goals, there is nothing that is more important than my health. No one can do it for me. And if I don't achieve my goals, how can I give back to my family, friends and co-workers.

ADIOSALL Posts: 5,197
3/28/13 4:39 A

My goal for today is to drink more water than coffee. I plan to drink 2 cups water for every cup coffee to meet that goal. emoticon emoticon

HEALTHY4UNI SparkPoints: (12,464)
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3/28/13 12:57 A

If you are failing to meet your goals, share what you plan to do to help ensure success as you move forward!

Remember that doing the same things will give you the same result! SO changing nothing will more than likely not assist you in attaining your goals!

Give it a go, what will it hurt?

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