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Losing my religion

Monday, April 23, 2012

For almost 4 months I have been pretty motivated. I have been gung ho and have continued on through the ups and the downs, but I am losing it. Not really sure why, don't really care too much why other than I want it back.

This morning I was supposed to get up early to exercise, I did not. I am hoping when I get home from my exam I will feel like exercising. I feel as though I keep putting other things in front of it, and while I feel my excuses are legitimate I believe I can still work around those excuses.

I'm just not feeling it lately. Perhaps it could be that I'm going to my moms next week for about a week, and I won't have access to Spark People. Not sure.

Crossing my fingers to get it back.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
GNABNSHAPE 4/23/2012 1:54PM

    When in doubt, blame it on the weather ;)

It's was soooo nice and then got soooo crappy. It's hard to keep motivated when we don't live in the tropics (at least that's what I think) emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon I can't wait til the weather finally breaks for good...can you tell?

You're leaving me for a week? Not cool emoticon emoticon Have a great time at your mom's and it just might be the motivation you're looking for. Sometimes taking a break from all this is what you need.

Comment edited on: 4/23/2012 1:57:16 PM

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AMARILYNH 4/23/2012 1:26PM

    I vote you 'fake it til you make it'! START exercising whether you feel like it or not - and I'm betting you'll find yourself in the mood for it. If not maybe you really need a break? If you give it a real shot I believe your body will tell you what to do!! Enjoy your time with your mom!!!

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TAMPATINK67 4/23/2012 8:23AM

    Maybe you can take some time at moms next week to journal or meditate a bit each day on not why you're loosing your religion (very cute by the way!), but on why your on this journey. Once you re-confirm your motivating factors, you may be able to more clearly see the things that are throwing you off course.

Embrace the off line time as a chance to reconnect with yourself!


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