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The light is green but I can't find the peddle

Thursday, June 28, 2012

So I know I have to bre on this journey to a better me. I mean I just got engaged. :) I want to have a family however there is about 130 pounds I need to loose to get a move on that. I just feel like I have all the right tool : gym membership? Check good sneakers ? Check, cute gym outfits? Check new swim suits (I love to swim) ? Check gym bag and lock? Check water bottle ? Check class schedule of the nearby gyms? Check. Bike? Check jump rope? Check . DVD to work out with? Check. Yoga mat? Check. Yoga bag? Check. Resistant bands? Check. iPod work out music? Check

So what the heck is stopping me from pushing the ding dong gas? UNCHECK!

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    Aww, you sound just like me. I have probably everything I need - and continue adding more - looking for that one thing that will "really" get me going. But like the other person who commented "make small daily commitments" - I can use the same advice.

    I feel so overwhelmed at times - and instead of doing any or even one thing - I did nothing. Blah. Look inside of yourself and only you will know when to do it. We are all here for a reason - if there is anything "I" can do - just let me know. I have 2 big ears to listen.

    2089 days ago
    Try making small daily commitments first. Like putting on your tennis shoes for two weeks in a row and cutting out one high calorie habit.

    I started with just five minutes of moving a day, either walk or dance. If I was about to go to bed and hadn't....I'd make myself do something for five minutes.

    It's amazing what starting a habit will do. Love that you have the tools lined up - good shoes are important.

    Sparkmail me when you decide your two week commitment....I'd like to cheer you on. Remember under commit so you can over achieve!
    2089 days ago
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