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My get up and go...went

Monday, February 02, 2009

I am drawing a line in the sand today, and stepping over it as I leave the past and move motivation has been absolutely shot, and I want it back. My son is out of town this week so there are no distractions and barriers in my way - otherthan my own self defeating behaviors - which I'm am focusing on changing this week to get myself back on track. I have started out strong with SP early last year, but then I don't know what happened, I faultered, and struggled, and then drifted away...I want it back...I felt better when I ate right and exercised regularly...I want it back.

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MOMFAN 2/2/2009 10:06PM

    You can do it. Rooting for you. Remember that you are not on this journey alone. We are here to support you in anyway we can.

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CAREDFORONE 2/2/2009 7:49PM

    What a great turning point you are at. Just go with it! Wishing you success! emoticon

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GRAMMYSKIDS58 2/2/2009 7:07PM

    Welcome back.... I also fell off the wagon and I am starting over. I am taking things much slower this time. I am making smaller goals and concentrating on them,,, I am not worrying about the long term goals. We are here to help.... I am here to help... if you need to talk or some support let me know. Be proud of all the accomplishment you make, even the small ones because they are your stepping stones to a healthier life. Good luck!! HUGS, Kathy

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LUCRECE 2/2/2009 11:37AM

    Hey, there' nothing wrong with you. motivation comes and goes for everyone. Some of the things i do to keep motivation high:

exercise early in the day. Even if it's just a 20 minute walk, it really boost my energy and sets the tone for my day.

set small goals. set a small goal (like walk for 10 minutes) and wehn you surpass it, it feels great. Set a high goal and don't achieve it, and it doesn't feel so great.

hang with motivating people: if you don't have any people to motivate you to move more and eat better in your real life, then you know where to find them in your virtual life...right here!

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