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ERINAG1978

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New Motivation

Thursday, October 22, 2009

This morning, I read a blog from someone who is alot like me. They talked about the littlest thing sending them into a tailspin. While reading the blog, I realized that I was looking at a mirror of the old me. And I realized how much I have grown in the last few months. I have allowed everything to come before my motivation to get moving. There was always some excuse not to exercise, and at the time I thought it was a really good one. Then, like yesterday, I felt bored and instead of doing something, I would take a nap, or just sit back and watch soap operas.
That doesn't ork anymore. Yesterday, I was home with my 2 year old who was taking a nap, and I was sooo bored. I tried everything, including eating a little too much on my snack. I finally got up and said forget the soaps, I got outside and pulled weeds out of the rose garden and started on other yard work until the baby got up. Just a few weeks ago, my day would have been shot because I would have eaten everything in sight until I got tired enough to take a nap.
Anyway, I have figured out that for me, all it takes is a little reminder of why I get up early every morning and start moving.
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  • v MALEXANDER4
    i myself am a bordom eater....i will try the getting up and gardening. i have one really large bed that daily on my way to my walk i say"someday i'm going to week that" maybe this is that day. good luck to you.
    2473 days ago
  • v SWAL0701
    Yeah for you. It's often the little things and suttle changes in our behavior and routine. Great job.
    2473 days ago
  • v TINALEX61
    Well great new motivation! Keep it up you can do it!
    2473 days ago
  • v KENDALL7261
    Getting up and doing something, is a good way to beat boredom!

    2473 days ago
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