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The Gift

Friday, December 03, 2010

The first time I became aware of it was in Los Angeles International Airport. I had some time between flights and I was browsing the gift store. It was with all the other refrigerator magnets. You’ve probably heard it and read it a million times:

“Yesterday is history, tomorrow a mystery, today a gift.”

The question I ask myself periodically is the one that goes like this: “Do you believe it?” My honest answer, most days is a loud and resentful “NO.” I mean I believe it my head; it’s just my actions that lag far behind. The past two weeks have been different. I’ve realized that if I am going to do this thing, if I’m going to get healthy and stay healthy then I has to forget about all of yesterday’s mistakes and quit worrying so much about what tomorrow brings. It is time for a new me.
So as we prepare for the season where we give and give and give I’ve decided the most precious gift I can give to myself is the gift of living in today and today alone. It is not going to be easy. Old habits die hard and temptation runs strong. There is a voice that tells me to go back to being fat and miserable and get it over with for gosh sakes.

My gift to me is to live for today and experience all the joy and peace today brings to me. If I stress, if I worry, if I am anxious about tomorrow I miss seeing the very best part of today.

That part is you.

  
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MARCYNA 12/4/2010 3:26PM

    Yes I truly agree, the gift is being connected here and living this experience today...I've just tracked my food today and noticed I'm still keeping within my cal limits....ain't it wonderful???? emoticon emoticon

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DOCYJK 12/4/2010 9:21AM

    Very wise! Can't change the past and the future's not here yet, so you may as well live in today. Today you can have an impact!!! And doing anything towards your goals is a positive. No one else is judging you - just you! Stick with it - that's all we can do in TODAY!!! We deserve that gift!!!

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CARTOONB 12/3/2010 8:46PM

    Tall order! But I have a feeling you can do it Tucker! I'm rooting for you!

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GEEMAWEST 12/3/2010 8:16PM

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AKATUJE 12/3/2010 4:44PM

    thanks as always, for my daily dose for inspiration.

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ANEPANALIPTI 12/3/2010 4:34PM

    *shakes head* In Greece we have a compliment where we say: "You don't exist".

Meaning, there is no one else like you- John- DEN YPARHEIS!!!!!!

LOVE THIS.

PS. Yes, I do Skype!!!!!! vanessa.bounas emoticon

Dimitra (Vanessa is my middle name, which my sister calls me and I love equally probably should have started spark with it but figure it would get confusing now, lol should you wish to call me Vanessa I wouldn't mind in the least, much easier to pronounce! emoticon)

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JAE_HENNINGTON 12/3/2010 1:13PM

  oh you are so smart..you are a gift to us at Sparks. Thank you for shining and reminding us we can shine to

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MORTICIAADDAMS 12/3/2010 1:07PM

    I totally agree! Life is to short to waste ruing the past or making grandiose plans for the future that may never come to pass.

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GETFIT2LIVE 12/3/2010 11:20AM

    There is one more line to that saying, John:

. . . today is a gift, that's why it's called the PRESENT.

Make today an awesome gift to yourself by living in it fully and letting go of the pain from the past and the fear of the future. You deserve it; you're worth it. This is something I'm working on, too.

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DEE797 12/3/2010 11:11AM

    That truly is a gift you are giving yourself. Living in the here and now, I wish I did that more often. I'm always worried about what happened yesterday or might happen tomorrow. Thanks for sharing this with us. It was what I needed to hear today.

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WORKINGSTIFF 12/3/2010 10:45AM

    Probably one of the hardest things to do in life is to live in the moment-in the here and now. We tend to worry about what tomorrow will bring or hang onto problems from the past.

Today is a gift. That's why it's called the present.



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CMBELISLE 12/3/2010 10:27AM

    We have to remember the past in order to learn from it, but that is all. We can't constantly worry about what we did yesterday and expect anything good to happen today.

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FUZZY1TOO 12/3/2010 10:12AM

    emoticon Sounds like you're giving yourself the best gift of all....the gift of a future. Congratulations on finding the right fit.....now all you have to do is keep working at it so it stays a good fit.
emoticonI guess that's where we come in, eh? lol We all keep each other honest and on the right track. Thanks for being there for me, even when you don't realize how you might influence my day.
Have a good Friday and an awesome weekend!
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TRIPLE_EMME 12/3/2010 9:51AM

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I needed to read your blog, this morning. Your words are helping me not beat up on myself for some crappy choices that I've made over the past week.

I will live in the present.

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LESLIES537 12/3/2010 9:27AM

    And that is truly the BEST gift you can give yourself! emoticon emoticon

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MUSTANG_SALLY2 12/3/2010 9:14AM

    I hear that voice too, that says "go back to being fat and miserable". It was less work than trying to be healthy and some days, I'm just as miserable. I refuse to give up though.

That is a very valuable gift you are giving yourself. Living for today is something I strive for but do not always succeed at. I can keep trying though.

Best wishes!

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This Mornings Vlog YouTube Address ............

Thursday, December 02, 2010

Some of you wrote and said you couldnt open my Vlog this morning. I neglected to give you the YouTube address. Here it is

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9_AnjDs3
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JPRICE217 12/2/2010 5:28PM

    Thank you

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    Thanks!

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You Are Courageous.............. Oh Yes You Are

Thursday, December 02, 2010


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PROT358 12/5/2010 11:21PM

    This deserves to be posted as a popular or featured blog. Will definitely return to this one again and again! Thanks so much for the reminder.

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FIT-WHIT 12/5/2010 10:30PM

    Incredible vlog! Thank you for sharing your inspiring thoughts-- you are so right. It takes so much courage to make the commitment to healthy choices each and every day, knowing that we may not be the best, and may not ALWAYS make our goals, but the important thing is that we HAVE goals, and we WORK toward goals. That takes a lot of courage.

WTG with your small victories-- it's the small ones that continue to add up to HUGE victories in the long run, when choosing a salad over fries is automatically what you PREFER and the gym seems to call your name sweetly rather than beckon with the threat of guilt should you miss it. The triumphant big victories are a result of all the small ones each and every day. Keep up your inspiring courage-- you're making a difference here in your own life, and the lives of so many others.

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LIFEGENESIS 12/3/2010 1:35AM

    YEAH FOR YOU! No fries! Woot! Love your vlogs! Keep being Courageous! :D

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LJOHN44 12/2/2010 8:57PM

    I bet you're a great dad. You're kids are lucky to have you! You are a wise man thank you for sharing your wisdom with your Spark family.

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ATREAT4ME 12/2/2010 8:36PM

    A lot to think about here. We went out to dinner tonight and I was feeling bad about eating out. But, I did have some victories. I chose well, I left food on my plate because 1) I recognized I was getting full and 2) i now know that it's better to leave it on the plate than to eat it. Thank you for this post. I think I was courageous by going out and leaving the safety of my home-cooked meals. It was the best choice for my family and I made the best choices for me. I'm feeling so much better about the whole experience.

Thanks for the framework!

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SIMPLELIFE4REAL 12/2/2010 7:20PM

    ANEPANALIPTI mentioned your blog in her friend feed so I stopped by to check it out. You are right! We all have courage by sticking around and showing up. The small victories you talked about with your lunch are just the sort of things that make us successful. Weigh to go!

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ANEPANALIPTI 12/2/2010 6:57PM

    John, I CAN"T EVEN PUT INTO WORDS how asdj;afjjj;djka;dfjs;dfjk!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!! Ah you're SO RIGHT!!!! I can't believe this is something I never thought about! How do you do that?? I admire your insight SO MUCH.

Thank you x10000000 . If this had been written I def. would have copied it down into my journal like I did another one of your blogs. emoticon

You know we're so doing this right???

Dimitra

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GETFIT2LIVE 12/2/2010 3:10PM

    Thanks, John--we ARE courageous, aren't we?

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KML410 12/2/2010 12:34PM

    Thanks John for another great blog. Your words inspire me to continue my journey. It's people that have the courage to put their thoughts in these videos that keeps me going. Thanks for all you do! emoticon

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LOTUSFLOWER 12/2/2010 12:00PM

    THANK YOU for this!!! This was so powerful and exactly what I needed to hear this morning.

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DISCOVERLLH 12/2/2010 11:53AM

    John, this was the BEST v-blog I have ever seen! Definitely going to save it and listen to it over and over as I venture into believing that yes, I am a strong person who has the courage to CHANGE. It's a new concept for me. Thank you!!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MARCYNA 12/2/2010 10:57AM

    THANKS FOR THIS BLOG, I REALLY LOVED IT.
Coming back,we're coming back.
It means we're trying anyway - whatever the results, we are CORAGEOUS & WINNERS. Little victories MATTER emoticon

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WALKAWAY 12/2/2010 10:00AM

    John, I can't tell you how much I enjoy your blogs. Thanks for the reminder and thank you for your courage.

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DOLLBABE56 12/2/2010 9:29AM

    I needed your blog today. Thank you for always giving the support I need. Oh, and btw, I can really tell that you have lost weight - it shows in your face! Good on ya!

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MUSTANG_SALLY2 12/2/2010 8:34AM

    Thanks for reminding me. I am working diligently at creating a healthier lifestyle but sometimes that mean little voice in my head gets loud and I forget that I'm making progress.

Good job on the eating out victories. Every positive choice spirals up into the next positive choice! Have a great day!

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DADDYTREVOR 12/2/2010 8:14AM

    Thank you.

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WISEONE68 12/2/2010 8:10AM

    Love you new background pick, John!! What a great moment in your journey!!!
Video would not load this a.m.--will check back later to view the vlog. Sounds very, very interesting!!!

Have a wonderful day!!!!

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One Day At A Time

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Joan is on vacation this week so we are headed to Louisville this morning and will not return until late afternoon or early this evening. I will be AFK.

I did want to share my progress with you, though. I reached 75% of my goals yesterday.

My exercise goal was 50 minutes. I exceeded that goal. I exercised 80 minutes. This included a walk and a personal training session. I was/am pleased.

I met my nutritional goal too. My largest meal of the day was breakfast and, in a good way, everything went downhill from there. I am finding that if I plan one meal ahead and enter it in the food tracker it gives me a sense of stability, Call me crazy!!!

Finally, I didn’t eat or drink anything after 6 pm for the second day in a row. This is my weakest area. I am a “night nibbler.” I have to balance this a bit and maybe you guys can help. I woke up this morning feeling a little weak. I needed to eat right away. I was a bit light headed and my stomach felt a bit off. Once I ate I was okay.

The goal I didn’t reach, again, for the second day in a row was the goal of relaxing/meditating. I ran out of time. Gotta work on that one.

Three out of four isn’t bad. I thought of something my dad used to say as it relates to being perfect:

“The day you finally become perfect is the day you need to start looking for the angels to come and get you!!”

Be blessed today


  
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ANEPANALIPTI 12/5/2010 2:20PM

    I think the goals you've set are nice and balanced- hows the meditation going?

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MSSUNBUG 12/2/2010 3:21PM

    Sounds like a successful day. Maybe you might consider a planned, light snack after dinner? To me, the planned piece is the key...

Love that saying from your dad!

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CATHERINEL66 12/2/2010 11:35AM

    You know what I think is EVEN BETTER than 3 outta 4, or even 4 outta 4? What's better YET is that you keep in going. That's the big message that I'm seeing. You haven't thrown in the towel, or said "oh, this isn't working" or just wandered off. Nope, you've taken the airplane in for maintenance as needed, looked at some re-gearing options, LOL, and are making it better all the time.

You rock, buddy!! Keep on flyin'! I'm impressed and proud of you.

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TRIPLE_EMME 12/2/2010 10:23AM

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Three out of four is pretty darn good!!!

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TRUE-NESS 12/1/2010 10:47PM

    Congrats on the successes today! On the last goal that you did not reach....try the Morning, BEFORE you get started with your day. If your goal was to do it in the evening, then try a BATH, rather than a shower. Baths can be very relaxing and you can meditate. I have some of my best prayer times with God in the shower or tub. Maybe it's more of a girlie thing to take a bath with candles surrounding the tub but it's very relaxing. Try it. :-)

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LOVEZ2SEW 12/1/2010 10:41PM

  Totally awesome! I'm a night nibbler too --gotta stop that! Hope you have a great time in Louisville! Love your positive energy!

Martha

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MORTICIAADDAMS 12/1/2010 7:03PM

    It sounds like you were experiencing hypoglycemia. I believe in controlled snacks because otherwise you are going 12 plus hours with no food in your system. Not a good plan.

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HDHAWK 12/1/2010 6:07PM

    A little protein in the evening wouldn't hurt. You're doing great!

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GIRANIMAL 12/1/2010 1:39PM

    Awesome job! Three out of four is darn good, my friend, especially after only two days.

If you're crazy, then I am certifiable -- I had my entire day of food pre-tracked by 9:30 a.m.! It just takes the "can I eat this? will I blow it?" pressure off. I don't do it every day, but when I can, I do. It also helps make up for my abysmal weekend tracking record in my mind. emoticon

I read recently that a small complex carb snack before bedtime is a good way to stave off the morning crash. For example, even just a half cup (or less) of brown rice. I often use BTINTERNET's suggestion of a low-fat mozzarella cheese stick too.

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BTINTERNET 12/1/2010 12:08PM

    Nice job!

As to the night-time nibbling, what about some tea or something? Or plan a small nutritious *if you need it* snack (a string cheese, a celery & pb, etc.) I know, I know - eating at night is generally bad, but it also depends on your system and how it handles 12 hours without food. (I can't eat for an hour after I take morning meds, so I plan to eat dinner a little later - it probably doesn't aid my weight loss, but it's a long journey and that way I don't feel like crud in the morning!)

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GETFIT2LIVE 12/1/2010 10:49AM

    You did great hitting three out of four goals; letting go of the need to be 'perfect' in all things is part of the process. We still aim high (after all, if our goals are too easy to hit, they're not going to stretch us!), but we can't beat ourselves up when we miss one or two. I am working through that, too, trying to find the balance between high goals and unrealistic expectations.

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LOOKY-LOU 12/1/2010 10:47AM

    I too am a night time nibbler! If the hours between dinner and bed (oh and potato chips) did not exist...I think I could easily be at goal weight!

I do best when I just don't eat at night...having a hot cup of tea or decaf helps me, chewing gum and drinking water while watching TV also helps...

However...you are also eating a light dinner..and I don't know that BOTH no nighttime snacking and a light dinner is going to work...think about how few calories that would be.

How about planning a bedtime snack...not a feast, but a healthy snack to sustain you until morning. Try to have it and then "close" the kitchen.

Good luck!

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SMOCKON 12/1/2010 9:34AM

    I am a night eater, too. Always have been. It's genetic, I think, because my mom is also that way. I just figure in some popcorn at night. I enter it in the tracker when I'm putting in breakfast. That way I know I have enough calories reserved for it. Somehow, knowing that I have that snack coming helps me get through dinner without overeating.

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WORKINGSTIFF 12/1/2010 8:57AM

    Right on for your dad! He's so correct. Great job John-and have a groovy day!

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AKATUJE 12/1/2010 8:48AM

    You know John, you remind me so much of David, as in King David in the Bible. You are so honest and open, and real. And i love that about you.

emoticon on your progress so far. keep at it, you shall get there. My small group leader says to take even 2 minutes to be still. Maybe you can start with 2, and build it up to the 15 you desire. God is your strength and He will help you.

I love that saying by your dad!!!! We shall find perfection in heaven. For now, let us be happy with progress.



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ATREAT4ME 12/1/2010 8:42AM

    Excellent work and excellent progress in two days time! WTG John!

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MARCYNA 12/1/2010 8:38AM

    Wow, this blog is so much YOU....I don't wanna be perfect after all I'm happy being imperfect emoticon
Blessings 2U

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Progress Versus Perfection

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

One thing I’ve discovered on this journey is that I have this nasty streak of perfection inside of me that automatically quits and gives up if something is not done right the first time, bigger and better than anyone else, or accomplished quicker than the blink of an eye. I set four goals for myself to get back on track. I was successful in two of four, or fifty percent. Initially I was disappointed.

The two goals I met were making sure my larger meals were earlier in the day and that I didn’t eat after six pm last night. The payoff was I slept better than I have in a while and I am setting myself up a reminder that doing these two things produces a really positive pay off.

The two areas where I fell short were my exercise and my quiet time or meditation time. I have set a goal of doing fifty minutes of cardio a day. This is an increase of ten minutes per day over my previous efforts. I only exercised for thirty minutes yesterday leaving me a twenty minute deficit. Granted that workout was a two mile run, warm up and cool down and it raised my heart rate………….. but……….. This darned thing called work got in my way!!! Likewise I had set aside fifteen minutes to be quiet or as the Psalm says “Be still and know that I am God.” The phone rang and the next thing you know it was time for dinner. I wanted yesterday to be perfect. I wanted to get off on the right foot.

I lay in bed last night and reviewed the day. I hit the mark fifty percent of the time and I felt good about what I did. If you averaged out my exercise for Sunday and Monday it was at fifty four minutes, four minutes a day over my goal. I am on target, even though I missed it Monday. I got up this morning and took advantage of a half hour of free time and went and walked at the gym.

Here’s my point. Progress isn’t always perfect. As long as I am moving forward and hitting the mark most days then I am encouraged. One of the largest stressors I have in my life is the stress to be perfect, be better and be number one. I am finding that not being perfect is like lifting a huge weight off my shoulders.

Today is a new day and with it comes a strategy to make sure I hit at least seventy five percent of my goals. One hundred percent would be great but if all I do is reach three of four I’ll be happy.

That’s what its all about aint it? Being happy?

  
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ANEPANALIPTI 12/5/2010 2:22PM

    Wow, how did I miss this. That is an AMAZING concept.

Progress, not perfection.

I think, I was just redefining perfection to equal progress when I adopted this and didn't let it really SINK IN that progress isn't always perfect.

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MARCYNA 12/1/2010 6:55AM

    I'm Perfectionism stricken as well.
I choose Happiness though.
This is a linfelong journey and we're not Superman or Superwoman.
You're entitled to Grace and nobody's going to take it away from you - it's got your name on it emoticon emoticon

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ATREAT4ME 11/30/2010 10:47PM

    Happy. That's a mighty fine goal. Keep working on that. I don't know of one perfect person who is happy. But I know a lot of happy imperfect people. I like your goal of 75 and I think you can do it! I'll be eager to read your update tomorrow!

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CARTOONB 11/30/2010 10:24PM

    I'm very disappointed to learn that you are not perfect! emoticon

No...wait...I knew that and still want to be your friend. emoticon Good to see that you still want to be your friend too.

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BRAINYBLONDE5 11/30/2010 6:00PM

  perfection is impossible happiness is achieveable! i am proud you made 2/4 goals! that in itself IS an accomplishment!! keep up the good work :D

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KSGROTHE 11/30/2010 5:28PM

    I just caught up on your blogs from the last few days. You have been doing a lot of soul-searching, and I appreciate that you have shared your thoughts and struggles with us! I have been beating myself up and feeling down about my lack of discipline with my eating. I did fine on Thanksgiving day, I did well even, but since then my eating has been a bit out of control. I seem to be doing fine with the exercising, but not with the nutrition part of this journey. It is always a struggle for me.

I look forward to hearing more about your progress without perfection. Keep up the good work! emoticon

- Karen

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BTINTERNET 11/30/2010 5:09PM

    It's back to another airplane analogy - point it in the right direction and constant course correction. You're headed in the right direction, and 50% is pretty durn good!

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CHILDOFGOD4LIFE 11/30/2010 4:57PM

    John, You hit it right on the mark. There will be days that we do not give it 100% for one reason or another, but if we just hang in there and do what we are able to do without slacking, we will eventually hit the mark! And oh, yes, Be still, and know that I am God is one of my favorite verses! Sometimes I do my best workouts when I am having my alone times with God.
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CHILDOFGOD4LIFE 11/30/2010 4:57PM

    John, You hit it right on the mark. There will be days that we do not give it 100% for one reason or another, but if we just hang in there and do what we are able to do without slacking, we will eventually hit the mark! And oh, yes, Be still, and know that I am God is one of my favorite verses! Sometimes I do my best workouts when I am having my alone times with God.
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CHILDOFGOD4LIFE 11/30/2010 4:56PM

    John, You hit it right on the mark. There will be days that we do not give it 100% for one reason or another, but if we just hang in there and do what we are able to do without slacking, we will eventually hit the mark! And oh, yes, Be still, and know that I am God is one of my favorite verses! Sometimes I do my best workouts when I am having my alone times with God.
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HDHAWK 11/30/2010 4:46PM

    I have the same problem...make a new plan, start out gung ho, then something ruins the streak and I want to give up or at least start again on Monday. Just keep moving forward, perfect or not!

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SARAWALKS 11/30/2010 2:23PM

    "Progress isn’t always perfect." I like that! I keep reminding myself of that too. I just upped my goals a bit, and yep, I am not always meeting them. But hey, what are they for? To inspire me, not to put me in the dumps!
"A man's reach should exceed his grasp, else what's a heaven for?"
I seem to remember Robert Browining said that once...
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GIRANIMAL 11/30/2010 1:13PM

    You ever notice how many of us are always chasing perfection? Kinda like rainbows. Pretty unattainable.

Unless you consider it this way: Understanding that progress is much more reasonable is kinda like the perfect revelation. emoticon

I'm proud of you. Good job!

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BKWHITE3 11/30/2010 12:27PM

    You are making progress. To be perfect in all things is too much stress to put on ourselves. Sometimes life gets in the way and we have to be flexible. Hope you have a good day today. Bonnie

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GETFIT2LIVE 11/30/2010 12:15PM

    Learning to be content with progress, not perfection, is one of the keys to making this a lifestyle, don't you think? I have the same nasty streak in me (I sometimes think God is talking to both of us about the same thing at the same time!), so I understand. Letting go of the need to be perfect, to always be the best, does indeed lift a huge weight off your shoulders. Keep pressing on, John. We always strive to do our best; if we have done that, at the end of the day we need to let go and know that it was enough.

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HLPRATT 11/30/2010 11:47AM

    Yes I think the quest to be perfect would be a huge stress in anyone's life. Just being able to say you are making progress and going in the right direction should be enough. You'll get there

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