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Tuesday - Total Commitment

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

And so it continues. 'It' is day 2 of my streak where I am proving I can follow through and stay focused on my expectations of self. Not easy today, as changing bad habits for good require effort. And effort I put forth...exercise, tracking and publicly stating where I'm at in the process. I'm from the instant gratification age and am anxious for this streak to stretch beyond a measly 2 days. sigh
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  • SHERRY666
    Just keep moving forward Vicki....... it gets easier as time goes on....... take it slow.... and keep thinking positive.... I know emoticon Vicki...
    2220 days ago
    The streak will happen! You're already at 3 days, so just keep going, Vic! You can do it!
    2220 days ago
  • -POOKIE-
    Two days is better than nothing... two days is better than one!
    2220 days ago
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    2221 days ago
    Congrats!! You can do this!!
    2221 days ago
    Stick with it and even if you falter, just make sure to get back into it again. Each time I slip up I see it as a way to see if I can make it longer than before without falling off track.
    2221 days ago
    Nothing in weight loss is fast - I wish it were!!
    You are going well - you will do this!!
    It does take time and even when you think a new habit is ingrained - the old one can slip in under your defenses
    2221 days ago
    Keep at it you know there will be days where you don't do so good. Be kind to yourself and just get back on the horse that is the only strategy that works. I often lose focus and put some weight back on but I rationalise it by imagining how enormous I would be if I didn't keep making these efforts to keep as close as possible to a healthy weight. Good luck and I wish you success.
    2221 days ago
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