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No Excuses, Just Didn't

Monday, October 08, 2012

.....and now I'm ticked off at myself.
I did absolutely nothing this last week of work. I came home and parked my butt in front of the computer. I had no desire, energy, or motivation to say "enough"!! "Go exercise". Why does this feel like so much work to me right now? I despise tracking food. It's like........homework. No weight loss for two weeks due to cheating. Not bad cheats, but enough. Or, I will eat well until the last days of the week and then say "ugh, what's the point. Then, I find myself back here, being mad at myself.
Today, I have written out an exercise plan for the week. I plan to do this every week so I am not doing the same exercises on any given day.
The weather has changed drastically in the last two weeks. There'll be snow soon. I need to get into this routine so that I'm not becoming a blob over the winter months.
Still no gym yet. Saw the physiotherapist last week and I think we're aiming for November 1st. Maybe if I could just get back to Zumba that would be my huge motivator. i miss it so much.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
PSTART 10/8/2012 6:27PM

    Tomorrow is a new day. No use beating yourself up over something you can't change. But you do have a choice about each day, It sounds to me like you have a plan to make good choices. Hang in there you can do this! emoticon

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BLITZEN40 10/8/2012 4:38PM

    As my Mom used to say, "Just do your best and heck with the rest!" emoticon

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BRASKIN 10/8/2012 4:30PM

  hang in there...sometimes there are days (and dare I say, weeks) when nothing seems doable.... emoticon

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