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MIAJOEB
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Am I lying to myself or just lying down.

Thursday, May 12, 2011

I just feel like I am lying to myself. I walk but not enough I am feeling like I am trying to vault the Grand Canyon. Eleven miles across. It is just too far. It is just too hard. It takes too long.
I am surely gong to have to stop eating Nutella and ritz and not posting it on the food tracker. Sometimes I just have to get out there and walk more than 1 or two miles.
'Ok I am finished complaining. More vegies for sure. More fruit. And a lot more walking.
But no Yoga... I cannot put so much pressure on my hands. It hurts too much for too long after a class.
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  • v GETDONE
    Hey--look how far you have traveled--look in the mirror--Keep up the great thinking and the steady exercise!!
    You are beautiful. emoticon emoticon
    1873 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/15/2011 10:39:06 AM
  • v SNUZSUZ
    Try doing a little interval training when you walk. I have read that a little high intensity, like jogging, alternating with walking will help the pounds come off:)
    1875 days ago
  • v ECONLADY
    As I remember you live in Roseville. I work out at the city's gym and it is reasonable and you can find cardio exercises that don't involve walking or classes that are easier. Pilates is much more fun than yoga. My teacher tells stories and makes us laugh. I'll spark mail you if you want more information.
    1875 days ago
  • v TELLITFORWARD
    Okay, ditch the Ritz crackers for sure. They have high fructose corn syrup in them! Spread the Nutella a thin layer and put it on something with some nutrients. Then, do your thing, girl friend! :)
    I have lots of problems with working out, but we all can do something, right? God bless. Remember those small changes? You can do this!
    1875 days ago
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