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I'm A Bit Embarrassed...

Thursday, June 14, 2012

I'm going back through the titles of my previous blog entries, and I'm a bit embarrassed at how many "starting over" blog I've written. I guess a good way of looking at it is that I keep coming back, but on the other hand, I'm ashamed that I've fallen off the wagon so many times. I'm at a turning point in my life, and I'm really starting to want what's best for me.
I just finished my first year of practice in one of the busiest equine internships that there is. I somehow managed to lose a little weight during it, despite horrible eating habits, lack of sleep, and lack of proper exercise. I think it's because at times I was too tired to eat, and ran around like a maniac all while sweating my butt off in Texas. Regardless, I'm still 46 pounds away from my goal weight.
I'm currently job hunting, which is more difficult for an equine practitioner in Texas than you would think. I have a lot more time on my hands, now, yet I still am having trouble getting motivated to get my butt in gear. I'm eating better now that I have a kitchen to cook out of, but I need to get back into the swing of exercising. My 10 year high school reunion is next year, and I have to look hot for it, so here I go!
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    Don't let it get you down. It doesn't matter how many times you need to start over as long as you don't stop trying.

    1568 days ago
    You can meet this challenge, just as you have met others. As long as you learn something new that helps you the next time you "restart" you are still making progress.
    1568 days ago
    I can't wait to kick butt with you! Hey, we're at the same weight...we can do this!!!
    1568 days ago

    Count this gal as one rooting for your success!

    God bless you!

    1568 days ago
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