Monday, November 11, 2013
A vet said this is what he thought was a hero, but to me this is definitely something that can pertain to anybody trying to accomplish even losing weight or anything they want to in life.
To do what’s right…even if you are afraid.
To listen to the inner wisdom of your soul…and not the random opinions of others.
To be kind…and remember that sometimes the person you need to be kindest to is yourself.
To live by choice…not chance.
To pursue excellence…excel, but not compete.
To have integrity…keep your word and your commitments.
To make corrections and changes…not make excuses.
To be fair and treat all people with respect, and understand their point of view…even if you don’t agree with it.
Monday, November 11, 2013
It has been a long time since I have done a good workout. Today, I'm putting an end to the excuses (I'm tired, I don't feel up to it, I don't have time, and I'm exhausted, etc.). I feel like something has got to give here, especially since I want to take back control of loving myself, which also means treating my body with respect because nobody else is going to do this for me.
Friday, November 08, 2013
I joined overeaters anonymous in hopes of taking the reins again with being in control of myself. It has been a very long time since I felt really in control. I have allowed for so long, this abuse of my body. I have abused it in so many ways besides just by overheating and I know it is time for me to stop and really take care of myself cause if I can't, who else out there would want to? I self-sabotage myself and there is nobody to blame for it except me. I push away love from myself and in doing so push away the love that could actually come to me, not only from myself, but others as well. Since I am not being loving to myself I attract those to me that see this and treat me in an unloving way and that goes back to the self-sabotage. If I just was more loving I could and would attract the right people in my life instead of the wrong ones.
Wednesday, May 08, 2013
“There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when circumstance permit. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses, only results.”
Art Turock -
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I get so caught up in committing to other people and the path that they are on that I lose focus on me. I'm so very good focusing on others and committing to them and I need to just do the same with me regardless of whether I feel like it or not. It's ok for me to be selfish and focus on me time. It's the only way I can truly downsize myself and go towards my goals. I do want results. I don't want excuses as to why I fell off the path, yet again. I am focused, I am determined, I am motivated, I am unstoppable. Change is coming.
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