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I feel like a failure!

Saturday, September 01, 2012

This is Sept. 1, 2012 and I have not done anything good for my self or my body since June 13, 2012. On that date there was a Fire in the condo building I live in. Everyone got out ok including the pets. Since then, my husband, myself and our cat lived in 4 hotels and are now in a different condo till at least January 1, 2013. I have lost all motivation to exercise or take care of my body. Needless to say I have put on pounds and just got a new job. I am trying very hard to get back on track with my workouts but need much help and support.

I hope everyone is doing well and are moving forward with there goals! Have A Very Happy Memorial Weekend! emoticon emoticon
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  • v ANGELWENDYMAMA
    Hugs! Thank God you all got out of the fire safely. Stress like that can really throw you for a loop.. I think that your being here to even check in shows a great desire to get back to taking care of yourself and that is a good step.

    When I was young my house burned down and it has haunted me my whole life.

    What step can you take TODAY to get back on track? Track food? Eat more fruits and veggies? Drink more water? Take a walk?

    Best wishes!
    1362 days ago
  • v SKINNYTOBDEB
    Phillipians 3:13-14 No, dear brothers and sisters, I have not achieved it, but I focus on this one thing: FORGETTING the past and looking FORWARD to what lies ahead. I PRESS ON to REACH THE END OF THE RACE and receive the heavenly prize for which God, through Christ Jesus, is calling us.


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  • v SKIRNIR
    Don't beat yourself up over the past. Just pick yourself back up, shake the dust off and do the best you can at this meal, at this hour, on this day, etc.
    1362 days ago
  • v IM_GETTIN_THIN
    emoticon take it a day at a time. fit in ten minutes to take a walk. Don't focus on the negatives. emoticon you are worth it! emoticon
    1362 days ago
  • v PJSTIME
    You only have to start and with a new job a new condo , why not make a new beginning for yourself on a healthy path at the same time. Don't worry about what you did wrong just consider it a fresh start.
    1362 days ago
  • v LJR4HEALTH
    I certainly can understand why you lost your motivation What a stressful situation you are in I'm glad everyone made it out okay emoticon You will get your motivation back
    1362 days ago
  • v NEWYEARME
    You've had a stressful couple of months. Don't beat yourself up about sliding off track. Just get back on and forget about what has happened in the past. You can't change the past... you can only plan for the future.

    You can do it!!!!

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  • v NEWME0519
    A journey of a thousand miles start with one step! So start simply by stepping on the scale to see the number and begin tracking your food again. The motivation to exercise will come!

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  • v YOGAGIRLNH
    Having been through a house fire myself, I can say that you've been and are still going through something horrible. Be gentle and patient with yourself, until you get settled. emoticon
    1363 days ago
  • v BENNY2284
    Hello!
    It sounds like you have had a rough couple of months. Life get in the way. It sucks. I have been in a rut myself after needed to get staples in my head and being put on a hold from working out. Getting back into seems to be the toughest thing (mainly mentally).

    You can do! You survived a condo fire. You have your family, and people around you that support you. Just start out small. Maybe walks around the block or something. You can do it!
    1363 days ago
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