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Still not giving up!!!

Sunday, August 02, 2009

Well, I'm starting over again. I guess there's alot to be said for the the fact that no matter how many times I fall off the wagon I keep trying to get back on. I'm not a quitter, that's for sure! lol! Over the last few months I have gone back up to my highest weight ever. I did a photo shoot a couple of weekends ago and when I got the pictures back I almost wanted to cry. I am very disappointed for letting myself get out of control again. Physically I am a mess. I feel like complete crap (for lack of a better word) all day every day. I am totally and completely exhausted at all times. So, I was thinking back and realized that when I was exercising regularly I had tons of energy. I could fall asleep easily at night and could sleep well all night. Since the most difficult part of a healthy lifestyle for me is my eating habits, I decided that I will be better equipped to deal with those challenges if I get back to working out first. Right now I am focusing on making fitness a habit. I did very well this past week and I am going to ramp it up some more this week. So, that's where I'm at right now.
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  • v LKAKERS
    I just wanted to check in with you and offer some congrats and encouragement. Congrats for getting back on the horse -- if you keep doing that every time you slip, you CANNOT be defeated!
    You will be ok -- just keep that chin up, and start with a small step in the right direction... then one other small step gets you really going, and a third small step builds momentum --nothing will stop you!

    I love to see another curvy girl... don't despair, you already weigh less than I do, and we're both beautiful, even if we still have weight/health goals to acheive.

    Have a lovely day!
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    2435 days ago
  • v JULIEBIRD23
    Hi Sabrina!
    You can do this! You are not a quitter! Keep going no matter what and you will succeed. I have two little boys too and I am doing this for them and for me. Because if I don't take care of myself and become healthy again...I won't be around for my boys and THAT is NOT gonna happen.
    Julie
    2511 days ago
  • v TRACYZABELLE
    welcome back , you can do it!!
    2518 days ago
  • v SOPHIEMAE2007
    I started over too this past week! Good Luck!!!
    2521 days ago
  • v TAM3KA
    Welcome back. I too had to start over. It seem we need to finish what we started to become healthy and fit. Good luck on your journey.
    2521 days ago
  • v SWEETZMIX
    emoticon welcome back. And your right, every time you get back on the wagon does stand for something!
    2521 days ago
  • v ZENXB!
    You GO GO Girl! Do not quit quiting!
    2522 days ago
  • v SAMANTHAADELLE
    Good for you Sabrina..Now it's my turn! I am having a hard time now. :(

    Samantha
    2522 days ago
  • v TELERIE
    Welcome back! Way to go on picking yourself up and being aware. You're in charge and you can totally do it! Create good habits that will stick with you and start small enough that you don't burn yourself out. Let me know if you need a loviing kick in the ahem! emoticon
    2522 days ago
  • v BONNIE627
    we all go through this.. you can do it.. just hang in there and it does get better
    2522 days ago
  • v WANDAC2013
    Fall 7 times, get up 8......what matters, in other words, is that you don't quit!
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    2523 days ago
  • v TRUECOLORS
    Sounds much like me. My fat clothes do not even fit me anymore. I am tired of it and am ready to jump on SP again and try to lose again. I have to think positive and stop being so hard on myself. I get to the point where I just hate myself which does not help at all. It is a vicious circle that I need to break. Hang in there and best wishes!
    2523 days ago
  • v ZATANNA
    Good Luck emoticon
    2523 days ago
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