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Adjusting Again

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

It's been tougher than I expected to get back into the swing of things after vacation. I'm doing much better today with the whole calorie deal. But it hasn't been without effort, that's for sure. Still, I always have a choice and I've been amazed at myself to make the choice NOT to eat things that I know will make me feel bad in the end.

I have a plan to exercise tonight. Not a horribly intense workout...just SOMETHING to get me back in the swing of things and get the endorphins going. To remind me that I love working out. Because I think I have temporary amnesia. Haha. Really just praying I don't go home and make excuses and give in to laziness, the way I did last night.

I really want to be healthy. For me. For my family. I know I can do this.
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  • MARINO124
    Man, do I know how you feel! Why is it that we forget how great we feel when we do things right? Why is it so hard to get back on track? Gees... Good for you and lets keep it up! emoticon
    2008 days ago
  • GINNJEN2000
    You can do this. It is for you and ultimately for all those in your life too. They will get to reap the benfits too. Thanks also for stopping by my blog.
    2009 days ago
  • AWOOD1973
    It is soooo hard to get back in it, when you are out of it for a bit. That is why I "rejoined" after I took a trip to Georgia last September (and never went back to the gym, till Jan 11'), but you will do it, because you know that it will make you feel better! Plus, you have all of us pushing you! emoticon
    2009 days ago
    Good girl! YOU DID IT! Go see your goodie!
    2009 days ago

    We want a REPORT on your progress with exercise in detail by 8 p.m. here tomorrow!


    2010 days ago
  • RRP546
    get those endorphins moving girl
    2010 days ago
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