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It's about being positive

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Things I tell myself:

30 minutes of exercise in a day is very minimal compared to a life time of depression and self hate.

Eating healthy is much more rewarding and satisfying then binging on foods that will add to your waist line.

Sweating is not gross; sweating contributes to the life long success.

Water might taste like nothing/bland but remember that it is good for you.

Don’t let the scale own you, own the scale.

Learn to love yourself inside and out, because you are the reason you’re doing this.

I gave notice to move, my lease is up in November and I still don’t know where I’m moving to. Perhaps some shack? I’m in a class action settlement but who knows how long that will take, so I’m not really depending on that.

I went to an event on Friday; I will post pics once I get home. I’ve been messing around with my new camera a lot lately and using my dog as a primary test subject, that’s when he chooses to cooperate.
My job is getting depressing, it feels like the same thing over and over again and I still manage to screw up every once in a while.
I want some form of success in my life and I’m wondering if weight loss will be one of them, edit: It will be.
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    You are right .. what do I see posted on here all the time ... success feels better than fat tastes! I have a ton of weight to lose - but I celebrate every success and feel good about every minute I move! Congrats on your successes!
    2406 days ago
  • LADYJ6942
    Love the things you tell you yourself. SO very true!

    Keep up the good work.
    2406 days ago
    Weight loss can most definitely be a MAJOR success in your life!!

    You stay with it and stay motivated & I am right nthere with you!

    Good Luck!!
    2406 days ago
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