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Attitude ~ The Secret Ingredient

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

I got an email this morning that said "If you want to change your life, you first have to change your attitude." I think this is so true. My complete attitude towards my weight, exercise, and myself in general has changed.

I no longer believe that I am destined to being this heavy person. I now feel there are so many more important things in my life & my goal is to be healthy. I no longer feel that some people are athletes and I just can't do those things. Now, I strive to push myself hard and keep doing more than I was. Now, I love who I am becoming and it has nothing to do with that number on the scale!

How has your attitude changed?
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  • THENEWME43
    emoticon attitude! emoticon
    2222 days ago
  • SUNNY2DAY2
    Having a positive attitude is emoticon ! Great blog.
    2222 days ago
  • L_CHANGES
    Right on! I now KNOW that I can climb that hill without being embarrassed or ashamed that either I won't make it or that I'll be winded! I'm going to a very challenging exercise class and I know that eventually, I'll be able to do everything in the class!
    2222 days ago
  • MRSSMITH622
    You are right!
    2223 days ago
  • JWOODS3367
    Thanks for this! I've often told people I never felt (or feel) as heavy as I looked when faced with a mirror, or - horror of horrors, a photograph! The first attitude I had to adjust was acceptance...I'm getting there and so appreciate Blogs like yours to keep me going.
    emoticon
    2223 days ago
  • JACKKELL
    You are right. Attitude is the secret ingredient! Mine is slowly changing. I can't wait for the complete metamorphasis! emoticon
    2223 days ago
  • SKINNYPOWELL1
    ATTITUDE is everything. Sounds like yours is a emoticon one. Positive breeds positive. emoticon
    2223 days ago
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