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Day 1

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

The past few days have been rough. I seriously think I am having a side effect to my med for my boo boo, but despite all that, today I made sure to get out and do my 30 minutes. I really wanted to stop after 10, but I pushed it to 30. Today was a huge ordeal for me. I actually stood in my bedroom looking at my workout clothes trying to talk myself out of putting them on. In fact I continued the self sabotage talk even WHILE I WAS GETTING DRESSED in my work out clothes.Really? WTHeck? Even though I was waging a work out war against myself, I am so proud that I did it, eve though every step was painful, I am on my way to the better version of myself. In fact reading this, I am almost in tears because its sinking in that I can do this. I can make my life different. So with that, and knowing that every journey begins with a single step and every Sparkpeople success story begins with one tiny change, and every spark streak has to have a beginning. With that said...

today, TODAYis

DAY 1!!!

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    Take one day at a time and dont feel bad if you lose a day. Just try to make it up next time.
    2119 days ago
    emoticon emoticon your gonna do it. just take it a day at time and if you work a 12 hour day. dont feel bad if you cant do something extra. that wipes ya out. but yeh, good job on doing the 10 minutes! your MOVING and it will make a difference :)
    love hearing that your trying to get through your start.. its the start that stops ya.. so keep pushing on spark friend! emoticon

    Keep On Keep'n On!!!

    2125 days ago
    Day 2 went pretty well. I ended up working a 12 hour shift at work, so after my client went to bed I did some lunges and other smaller exercises for 10 minutes to at the minimum get something in. Cant lose that streak!
    2126 days ago
    emoticon on your day 1 and not giving into that negative voice! How's day 2 going? emoticon
    2126 days ago
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