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Big Steps...

Sunday, August 05, 2012

Today I made big steps...I'm normally a person who relies on people to do things with me. Don't think I never do anything alone cause I do I just tend to hate it. In the past workouts for me would go the same way...I wouldn't go of no one else was going to go. But this morning I went grocery shopping and then I bad the urge to get my C25K done while I was out and about. So I did...I did it alone and didn't even ask if any of my friends were going. I was so proud of myself I couldn't believe it and either could a few friends. I have been contemplating how you only can rely on matter what and I feel I proved to myself today I can and will keep on track with or without anyones help I will be there for me. Of course I will still do my workouts with friends it just made me feel good to accomplish this on my own.

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ELISADENK 10/5/2013 10:51PM


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IMREITE 8/6/2012 12:49AM

    Friends can help you reach your goals, but at the end of the day you still have to do the work yourself. emoticon
Congrats on making a big first step.

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DIET_FRIEND 8/5/2012 11:18PM

    I used to be single and during that time, I came to the conclusion that I couldn't wait on other people to do stuff because if I did, I would miss out on a lot of fun adventures. I was the person who would go to the movies almost every weekend all by myself in order to see all the movies I wanted to see. If I had to have a date or friend to go, I would have sat home a lot.

Congratulations on taking care of business--on your own!

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