Friday, August 24, 2012

Whenever I quit checking in on Spark I essentially stop holding myself accountable for diet and exercise. I do what I want and eat what I want and am somehow angry that I find myself gaining weight. You'd think after 2+ years of watching this cycle I would have learned my lesson!

So I'm back...again. I never stopped exercising but I did go hog wild on eating and drinking. So here I am, once again, trying to shed the extra extra weight and get in better shape. This time my body is rebelling against the weight gain and I've noticed some aches and pains. What a wake up call, this cannot continue.

I really want to start running again. That's my goal. No matter how slow and how brief the run, 3 times a week. I started this morning. :)
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    I can't figure out how to respond to individual comments, and I must adjust my setting because I didn't even know until right now that I HAD comments!

    Thank you all so much for your support!!
    1890 days ago
    GREAT attitude , emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1939 days ago
    1939 days ago
    emoticon you can do this. Start off slow and no telling where you will end. Great attitude it's the I will do this!. Welcome back. As humans it does take us a few times around the block to realize we are right back to square one "sparkpeople" emoticon emoticon Judy
    1939 days ago
    Welcome back to you. I'm on week 3 of the 5K Your Way challenge. I highly recommend! You go, girl!
    1939 days ago
    Exactly the right attitude - no matter how slow and how brief - all fitness activity is good activity and it will build over time. . .and the benefit starts immediately.
    1939 days ago
    Start back running. Its sometimes hard to start again but u can do it. We're human. We're not machines. We don't do the same thing everyday. So get back on it and start running. U can do it!
    1939 days ago
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