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Sunday, January 24, 2010

Consistency has always been an issue. Why, because I could tell my DH I don't have time to fit exercise in and because he loves me he would agree. (He is a smart man.) But, now he sees how happy I am that I have not broken my streak for three weeks. I have always loved to workout, well when I had time. I just didn't put me first, ever. Now I see the importance!

That is what the boot camp challenge has been all about, consistency. Yes, I am a wife, mother, grandmother and I hold down a RN position which I more often than not work 48 hours each week and various shifts. But of all these things I have to put me first so I can be the best for all the rest!

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WATERMELLEN 1/26/2010 10:08PM

    Consistency IS tough; sounds like you've got it going for you, though!

Congrats! I agree that putting your health first is essential . . .

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CAPETERSON 1/25/2010 10:36PM

    Congratulations on this winning streak you've got going! Putting yourself first on this is a way for everyone to win, because you're healthy, you'll have more energy and good feelings to share. emoticon

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JILLWILSON2102 1/25/2010 1:46PM

    It really isn't selfish to have a me-first attitude emoticon

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TONYA_DIMPLES 1/24/2010 10:20PM

    Thatz great, keep it up. emoticon

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    YAY!!! And you are my MOTIVATOR, woman!!! Thanks for being my FitnessBuddy! I'm doing all my stuff NOW, at this hour! I'll be caught up, though! emoticon emoticon

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SHORTY_G 1/24/2010 9:44PM

    emoticon with keeping up with the workouts that is emoticon

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