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Reflection on Mistakes (Chapter 1)

Saturday, August 18, 2012

In my 33 years of life I have made several mistakes as most people at any age have done. Although it is hard to admit to mistakes once they have been committed, I try my hardest to own up to them. Depending upon the situation my emotions run through different spectrum of the rainbow of emotion. Sometimes it is a mistake that keeps me motivated to a certain goal while at other times the mistake derails my progress. It all depends upon how I view the mistake that determines which path I will go down. As much as I try to let things not get to me they always do in some shape or form. Right now I am committed to my new path and with this commitment comes motivation.

A renewed commitment to myself.
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  • v SHERRYWILSON
    I'm a pretty positive person for the most part I'm just having the breaking the cycles for my meals and lunches all I want is higher Will power I'm always freezing now a days that doesn't help my mood I'm freezing plus tired all the time too. I want to improve my eating habits exercise and I Also lack energy I need lots of energy to get me through the day I'm sluggish all the time looking into what foods can build up my energy and stop my leg cramps in pretty sure i have poor circulation in my legs I want a knew mind set any suggestions to help change that

    1406 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/19/2012 6:52:32 AM
  • v TAZINITE
    Commit to be positive about everything. It becomes 2nd nature. I learned this off my mom. One day my dad had a flat tire. It was hot on a gravel road. I said "Well at least the flat tire is on the shady part of the road." My dad said " you are so like your mother." lol
    1406 days ago
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