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Saturday, March 17, 2012

Ok..I had just written a blog about my off track week and how I was expecting too much of myself..then I went and looked at the SparkPages of other people and realized it sounded like whining. What was truly talking in that last blog was the part of myself that goes, "I don't wanna do this...I don't wanna work out instead of watch TV...I don't wanna skip that cupcake..I don't wanna take time to log my food..WWAAHHH". that whiny girl I you like being over 200 pounds? Do you like not wearing cute dresses? Do you like facing potential risks when you get pregnant? Do you like feeling low on energy? Do you like feeling depressed? Do you like forgetting about how good you and your husband have been feeling with the momentum you had built? If so, then yes..please keep whining. You're right, finishing the 28-Day Bootcamp isn't worth it. Stay this way.

I need to kick her in the ass today.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
ANIAIMER 6/16/2012 8:52PM

  Wow. You're really taking charge! Good work.

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FANGFACEKITTY 3/20/2012 7:06AM

    emoticon I still have plenty of days like that, where I have to kick my own backside to do what I know I should. I have never yet regretted it.

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OMMAMA7 3/17/2012 2:23PM

    Yes! I swear it's like we have two different people inside us. The weak whiny "devil" side and the strong healthy determined "angel" side. That strong side will keep getting stronger and stronger and kick the weak one's rear! LOL Hope that made sense.
anyway, awesome for realizing the negative things part of you was trying to get away with and putting a stop to it - Every time you do that you'll get stronger and stronger!
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WINNIE1978 3/17/2012 1:35PM

    Show her who's boss!! emoticon

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