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KAZINMICH
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why cant i stay motivated.. ugh!?

Sunday, February 05, 2012

I dont know how to explain what is going on with me except i cant stay focused or moticated on anything. I am just feeling blah most of the time. Im enjoying jogging a bit with the new pup, but thats about it for exercise other than many 15 min walks. As for food im not sure.. im halff doing well. I dont like being this big again but i can discipline myself i am not sure why.
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  • v KAZINMICH
    Thank you all for the comment on my blog. I'm trying some of your suggested things.
    1602 days ago
  • v DDOORN
    Try mixing things up...get out for something new & different. Look into some of the low-cost dance groups in your area like the one I've blogged about. Gotta shake things up by going after some activity you always coulda, shoulda, woulda but HAVEN'T....GO FOR IT!!

    Don
    1606 days ago
  • v LUVPOETESS
    What's your goal? Let that be motivation for you. What keeps me going is my reflection of where I was vs where I am now. Every time I think about what I want, I put the music on and go with it.

    While you still have the energy after walking the pup, consider putting on a video or some music. Don't focus on doing much. But do something. emoticon
    1607 days ago
  • v SWARE038
    I understand I face the same thing everyday. I joined sparkpeople to help me. When u dont feel motivated log on and read some success stories and it keeps me going.... if they can do it I can....Good Luck on your journey.
    1607 days ago
  • v JAZZEJR
    Staying motivated is hard--you're human. That's why I love the challenges. Next time you see an announcement for the Spring 5% Challenge (in about a month), sign up. It helps to keep me motivated.
    1607 days ago
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