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I Would Love a Happy Sunday - W10.D2

Monday, June 28, 2010

Yesterday was crap.
Yesterday I ate a bunch of crap.
Yesterday I went to bed feeling like crap (most likely because of eating the crap).
Yesterday I was stressed over crap I can't control.

I was jazzed in the morning, but still tired from the week. Funny, I didn't work out this week nearly as much as I did last week, but for some reason I've been really tired. Probably's a killer! (Ever watch Anastasia?)

I sat around in the morning. I grabbed a bowl of Trix for breakfast because it was what I really wanted....I shouldn't have given in. Ironically, when our friends called us over for a pancake "breakfast" at noon, I was really good. I had 1 1/2 plain pancakes. No butter. No syrup. With fresh blueberries. I ate one small piece of sausage. And I had a small cup of 1% milk. But that was the only time I was "good" yesterday.

I left from their house and went to work. Worked much longer than I expected (about 5 hours working on my day off! WTF, dude?) and when we got back to town, the thought of heating up the stove (and, therein, heating up the trailer) just didn't suit me. I bought pizza because it was quick and cheap and easy...and then I proceeded to eat too much. Like 4 pieces!?!? (WTF is my problem?)

By 5:30pm I realized I hadn't even attempted a workout yet. I saw a storm coming in and Ethan and I attempted to dress quickly and get a short walk in before the rain hit. And we walked outside...and it hit. So I went back inside and told Ethan, "Maybe it will stop soon."

About a half hour later it didn't "stop" but it had slowed down to a very light drizzle. It was still hot and humid outside so I figured walking in the rain wouldn't hurt either of us. We walked, did a couple little "sprints" of jogging, and finally just decided to walk up to my MIL's house, where Hubs and Logan were already. The walk went fine. I felt fine. I had to stop twice to catch my breath up the hill to her house, but nothing major. (BTW - my abs are KILLING me! Could this be from the "jogging" I've done two times in the past week? I don't do much, just a little here and there when I feel I need a little challenge. It's not timed...just one of those "let's see if we can go to the mailbox right there." And I "jog" VERY slowly.)

After about a half hour there, Hubs drove us home. And all was well until I went to get out of the car and my knee went out. Bad. It hurt. I had to force it back in and it's been really sore ever since. Between the stress/frustration over the knee, stress over our money situation right now, stress over New York, stress over not finding the right suit for the right price yet, stress over time running out, stress over work and how much I hate doing so much work for less than most people here get paid....well, the rest of the night was horrible.

I ate some sugary cereal. I ate some chips and salsa. I ate another slice (or two?) of pizza. It was a BAD, BAD night. I stayed up late, even though I was exhausted and could've slept it off around 9pm, I was up until 11pm, because I really wanted to watch The Road with Hubs. When I did finally go to bed, I couldn't sleep. (Stress, again.) I got back up and cleaned the bedroom up, folded clothes, made some nice piles. (And still didn't find the 2 pairs of pants I was looking for! *GROWL*)

I don't tell you this for sympathy, but to be accountable. I ate like crap and feel like crap today. I'm sluggish and tired. I want to go back to bed. My stomach hurt like he11 last night. And I knew it was all my fault. I could've made the right decisions for myself and had a much better evening....I could be having a stellar Monday morning right now. But I chose the wrong path and it has led me here...where all I can think about is crawling back in bed, not eating a thing to make up for yesterday, drinking mass amounts of coffee just to stay awake, and feeling bloated and just plain gross. I caused this. And is it no wonder that I felt like crap for the past few years? Crap goes in = Feel like crap. It's a very simple equation.

So I'm fighting the aftershock of what was a bad Sunday. My knee hurts. My stomach hurts. But I'm still keeping track of what I eat. I'm still counting calories and planning on doing a VERY modified Zumba class tonight. I brought an umbrella so I can walk at lunch...very slowly. I will be slow today, yes...but I will move. I cannot stand still because standing still accomplishes nothing. My "brisk walk" scheduled for training today? Not going to happen...but I'll make up for it with a few short, easy walks.

Time to get my head and heart back in the game. Time to really remember what this is all about and who is going to benefit from it (not just me, but my boys and my husband, and any future job offer!). It's time to remember that "I will act now." It's time to remember that I am a warrior, that I want certain things in life than can only be achieved through forward motion.

Stomach in, shoulders back, chin up, eyes forward, and MOVE.

emoticon, body.

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RAVENSONG37 6/28/2010 10:28PM

    You can doit....You can doit...ALL NIGHT LONG! Take care of you love!

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HEALTH-E-CLARE 6/28/2010 2:13PM

    Sounds like you have a great plan, and sorry about the knee. Take it easy today and do what you can. You are right, going slow is better then not moving at all.

The abs could be hurting from climbing that hill as those use a lot of core muscles to keep you from falling over while climbing up and down hills.

Hope you have a better monday and try to get to bed early tonight.

BTW I read "The Road" and you couldn't pay me to watch the movie, the book gave me nightmares.

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SUGIRL06 6/28/2010 1:09PM

    I have a day like that here and there where I just go overboard and then I learn my lesson and get back it! I think we all just need a break sometimes!

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BAYBELIEVER 6/28/2010 12:14PM

    For what it's worth, I have also tried logging my food before I eat (a la SPUNKYDUCKY). I eat pretty much the same thing for breakfast every morning with minor variations of what goes into my eggs/omelet. When I log that into the nutrition tracker, I then have taken out something for dinner and start making the rest of my meals and snacks around that. I can look at my calories, add or subtract things then, and then have a plan for the rest of the day. It works pretty well. But, first and foremost, you need to forgive yourself for yesterday, ice that knee a little after every walk (you can make paper cups of water, let them freeze and then rub it over the area that hurts for 20 minutes), and take it easy. You are doing wonderfully and have a big week coming up! Stay strong. Love yourself!

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-SHIMMER-ANN- 6/28/2010 12:01PM

    OMGosh, if I could COUNT how many times I ate a WHOLE pizza while dieting and feeling weak! Your six ish pieces are nothing haha. I'm proud of you for getting out, and walking despite your knee :) You'll get back on track, and while you're doing just that, think of all the vitamins your body got out of that "crap" yesterday! ;)

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TEAM-SARAH 6/28/2010 11:20AM

    I ate pretty crappy this weekend too. Doesn't feel good. I hope you have a great week!

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GINGYCAT40 6/28/2010 10:52AM

    Ok, a few notes. We are all human and there will be times on our journey to health that we may have slip ups. Humans are not perfect, we have flaws and we will make mistakes. I think sometimes we forget this. We have to learn to not be so hard on ourselves and "forgive and forget" so to speak. You can put this day behind you and focus on all the good things you have done and are doing to become a healthier "YOU".

Just remember "You can do this" and we all need to revamp at times. Today is a new day, the beginning of a new week and soon a new month.

emoticon emoticonKeep Going.. You can Do it !

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_TRIXIE_ 6/28/2010 10:15AM

    But the great thing about all of this is the sense of awareness you have over the whole situation. Would you have been this aware of paid this much attention a year ago? Would you have made a plan to get yourself out of this funk and find the forward motion?

Sorry to hear your day sucked but do not stress about the food -- we've all been there and we have all lived to tell our tales about how we moved on. You have a lot of other stress in your life right now, don't let food take up any more space.

Have you explored the Emotional Eating team and info articles on Spark? Might be worth looking into. Just a thought.

Cheers to a better Monday!

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PRETTYMANDI 6/28/2010 10:00AM

    Aww man. On the bright side, that one bad night probably wasn't bad enough to undo much of anything. But it does make you feel like crap.

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SPUNKYDUCKY 6/28/2010 9:26AM

    I had a few days like this last week and have decided to try to log food before I eat it this week. At least for yesterday that started as a successful venture.

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KNOWMOREBBK 6/28/2010 8:55AM

    Yep. Sounds like a crappy day. No use worrying about yesterday. Today is a new day. Time to start a new week and hit the reset button. You have lost over 30 lbs and one bowl of Trix and a few slices of pizza will not take that away. Time to finish up the month strong. YOU WILL DO IT!!

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MERROWKNEAZLE 6/28/2010 8:53AM

    At least you're being accountable for your actions. You know that you had a bad day, but you're not giving up because of it. That's a good thing. I know how you feel about the bad days; just the other day, I ate four slices of pizza as well. Naughty me. I had a bad dream because of it too. Eek. Anyway, I hope you get better. Your blogs are very inspiring and I think that you can do it. emoticon

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What a Week! - W10.D1

Sunday, June 27, 2010

emoticonWeigh-In Day emoticon

Starting Weight: 466.6
SP SW: 416.2
Last Week: 386.0
Goal This Week: 385
Actual: 383.0
Weight Lost This Week: 3 pounds
Total Weight Lost with SP: 33.2
Total Weight Lost overall: 83.6

emoticonWorkout Review:
It's officially June 27th and I'm 26 for 27 on my workouts. Last weekend was crazy so I spent Sunday doing simply an easy walk. (Which I'm really proud I did at all because I was *so* tired!) Monday I went swimming in the bacteria-filled lake. This new situation at the park nearby is going to kill my swimming/water aerobics on the weekends. Will have to find somewhere else to go. Then on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday I did Zumba. I'm so proud that I did 3 days in a row (and it's probably why I was so tired yesterday). I walked during most of my lunches this week, even the day it was too hot I went to the grocery store and walked around the whole time looking for new food. Yesterday didn't go so great (see my blog from yesterday) so instead of official workouts, I pushed myself to just stand as much as help out at the bonfire wherever I could. I cleaned a little bit as well. So I don't have official workout time, but I kept active.

emoticonFood review
I've eaten pretty well all week. I haven't logged everything, but I've been a good girl. *pats herself on her head* There were plenty of awful tempting things at the bonfire/BBQ last night, but instead I ate some chicken, some vegetarian baked beans, two bites of potato salad, and some of my reduced-fat cheesy potatoes. I did have a beer and a half, but something in the beer was making my tummy hurt, so I kept to tea most of the night, which my friend made with splenda and decaf tea.

emoticonWhat I learned this week.
I feel amazing this week for several reasons. I mean, there is the whole New York thing, but really because I feel like I've set a spark in my friend. She thinks about what she's eating now. She's even talking about going to Zumba with me on Wednesday, her and her husband. This is not the type of person who I ever thought would want to workout, but she's thinking about it.

Plus - Yesterday I went shopping at Fashion Bug. I fit into a size 28 blazer...actually I fit into a size 26 blazer, but I wasn't quite comfortable with the fit...a little TOO tight. I bought one size 28 blazer from the clearance section for 18 bucks, but I don't think it's quite right for NYC. I'm going to order a blazer online for the interview. I did buy a shirt. It's black and white patterned and sleeveless, but still conservative. I think it will be cool until I put the blazer on before I walk in the building. Still in size 30 pants, which drives me crazy. While most of you are working on getting into regular sizes so you can shop at any store, I'm working on getting to the sizes I can buy at the big-girl stores. But the top half is getting smaller. The size 22/24 tank I got a couple weeks ago? I wore it last's too big. I have to get a smaller one (and then my friend wants this one! *lol* She called dibs last night.) Hoping the bottom half catches up tight shorts are getting a little maybe soon. I did buy smaller bras yesterday...the others were hurting because they were so loose.

That being said - a dude checked me out last night at the bonfire. I noticed. *lol* Hubs noticed as well! *lmao*

From the bonfire last night.

Weight loss goal for next week: 381

I was going to start 30-Day Shred in July, but I don't think my body is ready for that. Going to get another DVD instead...maybe one of the Biggest Loser ones. I could logically be at 366 before the end of August...which is that first century mark from my highest weight. Might get a tatt of a C when I get there....I could end up with 3 Cs after I hit my final weight goal...remind me of what I've done.

So in July I will work on training like crazy for the Charleston Distance Run in September. I'd love to be able to walk the 10K on September 4th. I missed out on a lot of my training this week, so I need to get right back on the horse this week. No excuses.

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SUGIRL06 6/28/2010 1:05PM

    You are doing so great!!! Way to go on the smaller sizes and the 3lbs!

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BAYBELIEVER 6/27/2010 6:33PM

    Way to go! You are really doing so well! I know exactly what you mean about just trying to fit into the big girl clothes in stores when everyone else is trying to get into regular stores. To be able to actually try something on and knowing something in the store will definitely fit will be awesome! Thanks for sharing that information. Have a great week and bowl em over in NYC!

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RAVENSONG37 6/27/2010 4:09PM


I am patient,
waiting on you to get dressed girl[yeah],
I'm gonna sit here,
while you put your face on,
playin with your makeup[aww],
damn you look so good,
it hurts me[hurts me],
the design of your body is perfect

i don't deserve you girl,
and I'm like Stop[stop],
let me take a mental shot,
of this mornin[mornin],
oh baby drop[drop],
everything you doin right now,
and just hold it[hold it],
click click click,
pose for me,
pose for me,
come on and,
pose for me,
pose for me[yeah],
my camera loves you girl...

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TEAM-SARAH 6/27/2010 2:24PM

    Just keep working hard and you know you'll have a lot more clothing options available to you soon! And someday even be down to the 16-18's that you can find in some "regular" stores! You're having an awesome month and I'm sure you'll look fabulous at your interview!

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BECKYB73 6/27/2010 1:12PM

    You're rockin it and a true testament to the fact that one bad day is nothing compared to 6 other good ones!!!

I went to Catherine's yesterday and was mostly disappointed in what I could find and what "fit". Though, I was kinda happy I could fit into the 30/32 shirts, as opposed to the next size up. Pants wise I found nada.

You'll knock 'em dead in NYC!!!

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KNOWMOREBBK 6/27/2010 12:52PM

    I'm glad that both you and RAVENSONG seem to be doing much better today! 3 lbs in one week! There's your 5 hr hike from last weekend (it just needed the time to process). 2 lbs ahead of schedule and you are looking awesome!


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-SHIMMER-ANN- 6/27/2010 12:26PM

    Of COURSE he checked you out!!! You're GORGEOUS!! What size pants will get you into the plus size store? I can't wait til you reach it!!!!!!!!!!! I remember when you broke the 400 lb mark (300's, here you came!!), and now you're almost 20 lbs down from THAT! INCREDIBLE. I see you made up your lb from last week (yay!!!!!!!!!!!!), and the awesome 200's will be here before you know it!!!!!!! In FACT, they'll be here around my 28th birthday if you drop 2 lbs a week til then (WHICH YOU WILL!!!!!!!!!!!!). I can't wait to celebrate with you!!!!!!! And then by Christmas time next year, you will be super skinny at the lower I getting ahead of myself?? I'm inappropriately excited for you hahaha. Think of all those adorable Christmas sweaters... ;)

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CMESKEW 6/27/2010 10:48AM

    Congratulations on your weight loss. I love Zumba as well. Keep up the great work.

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KARVY09 6/27/2010 10:44AM

    You're doing amazing, girl! And someday I know you will be RUNNING a 10K. Mark my words!

Congrats on the 3 pound loss this week and best of luck on your NYC interview!

RE: 30 day shred. It's tough, but there are modified moves for bigger girls. Level 1 I think is doable for people of all fitness levels. And hey, even if you can't do everything, you're working up a sweat, right?

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Grumpy Day - W9.D7

Saturday, June 26, 2010

I feel blah today. I've tried to get going...I swear I have. I set the alarm early, but I turned it off and slept some more. I did finally get up and completely forgot about Zumba this morning until about an hour ago. *sigh*

I did go to the bank, which I've been needing to do for about a week now. Then picked up some groceries, which we needed. So two things done on the big to-do list.

But then I tried to go for a walk...and I was out there for 2 minutes and realized I had to go potty and had forgotten to go beforehand. So I headed back to the house and decided it was too dang hot to walk at noon. So I tried to do 30 Day Shred and lasted like 5 minutes before I couldn't breathe and had to turn it off. And Hubs was making eggs and bacon...and I could smell it.

I gave up. I'm grumpy and I just can't seem to keep going today...I get going, but I can't keep it going. Maybe it's that TOM. *shrug* Dunno what's up, but I feel like working out is the last thing on my list of things to do. I just want to sit, do nothing and be still.

*sigh* Maybe later. Seriously. Maybe. ARGH!

I *hate* days like these!

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AIMEETURD 6/26/2010 8:38PM

    I think it just means you need a rest day because your body really wants one. It's okay, you don't have to feel guilty, just enjoy it. I haven't done much today either. We will fight on tomorrow!! Let the procrastination commence!

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KNOWMOREBBK 6/26/2010 6:58PM

    Yep... We all get these days. Mine happened about a week ago (ironically coinciding with TOM). Even if you are sitting on the couch watching TV with the kids, have some free weights nearby and do some lifts while watching TV... it's better than nothin'!


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TEAM-SARAH 6/26/2010 4:43PM

    Try to at least get a little in! You can do it, you know you'll cure the "blahs" once you get a good workout in. Maybe just go for a nice easy walk this evening somewhere with shade once the sun starts to go down and its not too hot

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DESTINYCALLS47 6/26/2010 2:32PM

    I love your blogs. You seem to be able to put in words, what we all feel, at one time or another.

Comment edited on: 6/26/2010 2:39:42 PM

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PRETTYMANDI 6/26/2010 1:44PM

    Mama said there'd be days like this...

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RAVENSONG37 6/26/2010 1:03PM

    I have been having a WEEK like this. Take the time if you need it. Maybe you are needing a rest...maybe you just need to let yourself say "later" and mean it! Maybe reading through some of your old blogs will give you a jump"spark" - especially the ones talking about how great you feel after working out both physically and mentaly.

I heart matter what you do today!

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Vocab. Lesson: Fear and Courage - W9.D6

Friday, June 25, 2010

I've spent the day waffling between nervous anxiety and the attempt to shut down the fear in me over this upcoming trip. Something in me always rushes to the conclusion that something, or even everything, is going to go wrong and I'm going to be sorry that I even attempted something so bold. In an effort to attempt to settle myself, I run to definitions (yet again).

emoticonfear –noun
1. a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, etc., whether the threat is real or imagined; the feeling or condition of being afraid.
2. a specific instance of or propensity for such a feeling.
3. concern or anxiety; solicitude.
4. reverential awe, esp. toward god.
5. that which causes a feeling of being afraid; that of which a person is afraid.

When faced with anything "out of the norm" we face some level of fear. We are "distressed" because we feel that the situation may bring about some "impending danger" or "pain." I felt fear when I went to Zumba for the first time. I was afraid I would injure myself, or even embarrass myself. Changing our entire lifestyle to one of healthy living? That's pretty scary too! What if we fail? What if it causes us pain (hello, 5.5 hours hiking!) or discomfort? What if we get to where we want to be and we realize we're not "done"...not really? So, yes...there is fear involved.

And I remember that my drama teacher once spoke to us about fear. Her specific example was in regards to stage fright, but it also applies here. Fear is natural. It's our body reaction to something that is going to require more of us than we've been giving so far. It may even signal us to the impending pain. When we stand on the roof of a tall building, fear is what keeps us a safe distance from the ledge. (most of us anyhow) It's our survival instinct. It's our body's natural way of saying, "BE CAREFUL!"

Who was it that said, "Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear." (I know it was in Princess Diaries, but surely it has a prior source?)

emoticoncour·age –noun
1. the quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger, pain, etc., without fear; bravery.
3. have the courage of one's convictions, to act in accordance with one's beliefs, esp. in spite of criticism.

(I deleted 2 because even says it's obsolete.) Courage, then, is a mind over body action. It's a way to talk ourselves into doing something difficult or challenging, even knowing that it could cause us fear. Because maybe it won't. Maybe our fear is unfounded. Or maybe the benefits far outweigh the possibility of what COULD go wrong. "Courage of one's convictions" is a good way to put it.

Storytime! When I was a kid I used to lie. All the time I would lie, to everyone. Someone would talk about this wonderful vacation they had in Myrtle Beach over the summer and I'd chime in with, "Oh, I've been there!" No. I hadn't been there. I didn't go there until I was married, had two kids, and was well in my 20's. I lied because I wanted to belong. I didn't want them to focus on what I didn't have, or what my family or even what I, personally, couldn't do - whether financially, or physically. It got to the point where I didn't even realize I was lying. I became so good at it that I nearly believed myself when I told a big whopper of a lie.

And then I had children and I realized that I couldn't really lie to them. I wanted to be honest and upfront and be the parent who said, "Yes. I smoked the wacky tobaccie" when they asked. (Thankfully for me, I never have - so I can say no and mean it!) I wanted honesty in my life...and I wanted to be honest with myself. So I started telling myself the truth, even if it hurt. I'd let out a lie out of habit, and then I'd ammend it. "No, wait. What am I saying? I've never been to Mexico." And I'm sure I looked like a darn fool, but I did it because I wanted to stick to the truth. I wanted to have the courage of my convictions. I wanted to be able to say something and have people believe me, because it was true. (Of course, there are little white lies to save another's feelings or a "leaving out" of parts of the truth now and again, I think that's healthy.)

So, yes. I am afraid. I am afraid I won't "look the part" because of my weight. I'm afraid I'll have a blah day and blow it. I'm afraid I'll miss my flight or things will run late and I'll have to pay a bunch of money to get home. But I realize now that there is some fear that I can overcome with courage. - I hold my head high and fake confidence until I start to feel it. I tell them even while telling myself that I'm worth their time and effort. And if I overcome that fear with my courage of convictions, then I'll be all the better for it. ...As for the other stuff? I can't control that. It's out of my hands. What comes will come and I will cross that bridge when I get to it.

The same can be said of our new healthy lifestyle changes. There are fears that we can solve by sheer force of will - mind over matter, baby! And then there are things we cannot. (No one can change their body shape. A big butt girl will almost always end up a big butt skinny girl, to some degree.) Hard work and courage can only conquer so much. So the next time you feel afraid to try something new, or put yourself out there, or just stick to your workout schedule because you have a case of the IDUNWANNAs or "I'm sick/tired/hurt from yesterday and it might cause me more pain" may have to realize that it's your fear talking. Your fear of change. And the only way past it is to put your mind to it, put one foot firmly in front of the other, and keep on moving.

I'll leave you with 2 more Courage quotes:

emoticon Every man has his own courage, and is betrayed because he seeks in himself the courage of other persons. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

emoticon Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I'll try again tomorrow. ~Mary Anne Radmacher

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RAVENSONG37 6/26/2010 12:50PM

    The natural thing we try to do with fear is avoid it or prevent it...but I think the only way around is through. Feel your fear...let it tell it's story and then tell yourself the truth: That you are capable of handling whatever might come up; that you deserve the opportunity you are being given at this interview; that the outcome is not nearly as important as the process; and that you are amazing! Chalk it all up to the discomfort of growth! I dunno if it happened to you, but I had AWFUL growing pains in my legs when I was a kid - and I turned into a giant! The harder the pain, the bigger the potential for growth!

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ANELAKANOA 6/25/2010 9:46PM

  Great blog! emoticon

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TEAM-SARAH 6/25/2010 7:58PM

    Great blog, as per usual :) I think you hit a lot of important points about fear and courage. I know that you can TOTALLY pull this interview off, and I think you know it too. You had the courage to book the trip after all. There's always a lot of anxiety about a potential HUGE life change like this... but really your situation is very low risk. The worst that happens is you don't get the job, and life goes on. The chance for something very awesome to come out of this is worth all of those "what ifs..." they are things you can really only control to a certain extent. You'll come out of this situation feeling stronger and proud for trying, not matter what the outcome. You'll know you have the ability to do something many wouldn't have the guts to do...up and go to new york for a job interview that could change your life! and you'll have a really sharp new suit! good things are headed your way :)

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CALLIKIA 6/25/2010 6:00PM

    Very true! While I will never understand why some people jump out of a perfectly good airplane (or, more suited to here in WV - off a perfectly fine bridge), I'm sure there's some reason they do it! *lol*

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KNOWMOREBBK 6/25/2010 5:51PM

    And sometimes, being afraid is TOTALLY EXCITING! I'm always afraid of scary movies. I jump out of my seat all the time and then giggle with excitement.

You may walk into that interview afraid, but I think you will walk out EXHILARATED!! Like...rollercoaster exhilarated!

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FFIC - Day 1

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Earn points for the following:
* Workout/Fitness Minutes: +5
* Calorie Counts: +3
* Strength Train: +12 (2 sets of 6 different)

* Beauty Reminder: +2

* Brain Challenge -
* Read - +3 (96-146)

* Stretch and Breathe - DOH! Forgot. *sigh*

EDIT: 2 bonus points for trying a new exercise, food, or soul-enriching activity, as long as you report on it! (Share the love, baby!)

Today I tried ST workouts with the resistance bands I bought weeks ago! *lol* I was afraid of them, not so much. You get so much out of this because you're working against yourself! Plus, I got a set of three bands at Dick's Sporting Goods for under 20 bucks.

We also tried the Tator Tot Turkey Casserole in the SP recipes. All loved. Not the BEST recipe for my goals, but it was yummy and easy and quick. (Logan, my 10-year-old made it!)

Total: 31 points

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TIFFANIE150 6/25/2010 3:17PM

    I make things all the time to eat that aren't "the best" but I figure this is a lifetime change and I try to incorporate more freggies into my daily life as well as eating things that are yummy to me. You're doing great!

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KNOWMOREBBK 6/24/2010 10:27PM

    Woo Hoo! You're beating me too! Great job!

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RAVENSONG37 6/24/2010 9:09PM

    24 points....whew...gonna have to total up mine and get on my horse! GREAT job lady face!!!

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