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I don't want to jinx myself


Thursday, April 26, 2012

I've been back to SparkPeople for almost two weeks now. Usually I write about what the PLAN is then I fall of the wagon and there goes the plan. So this time I'm not writing about the PLAN.


I'm going to live the Plan! Today was the first set back, I had a headache and fell asleep... I guess that is why I'm up at 12:57am lol. Anyway I didn't do the walk I had planned on doing. I've decided that today I will do both my strength training and my walk. I know if I don't there goes everything. Which normally that would have happened. I missed dinner so I had something small yet good for me.

I'm still in it to WIN IT!
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BEACHGIRL1205 4/26/2012 4:01PM

    Congratulations on starting back with the Spark!! Great idea to Live the Plan instead of Announcing the Plan and not following thru and then you feel bad!! Keep up the great job and you will succeed!!

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HERE2BME 4/26/2012 3:00PM

  Yes I agree with you about plans. Most of the time they sound good, but aren't as easy as they sound. I try to have a daily plan, do as good as yesterday if not better! I have found big plans set me up for failure. I took 12 weeks to finish the C25K walk/jog program that is suppose to take 5 weeks. Difference this last go around was I finished instead of giving up!

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IGSBETH 4/26/2012 2:56PM

    Good for you!

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STEPHANIEPOWELL 4/26/2012 9:40AM

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Check out our team challenges on our Spark El Paso team. I'm posting a new one each week.

And remember - this important is picking yourself back up and moving forward. Missing one workout or walk isn't what matters - what matters is going forward the next day. emoticon

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STRINGI719 4/26/2012 8:53AM

    Remember, it's a journey and a process. Success is measured by improvements & progress, not achieving perfection.... since that's impossible! Just determine that even when you mess up, even when you fail, you will NOT quit! No giving up! You CAN do this!

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2DAGGERS 4/26/2012 8:13AM

    We just have to keep plugging away and trying to make better decissions and one day we will wake up and notice the results.

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