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Wednesday, January 02, 2013

So the last time I blogged I said that it was my day 1 and I was serious once again. Yet I did not do anything, I only did the videos twice and barely tracked my calories emoticon

Now here I am again back at emoticon and I'm wondering what makes today different? It is almost 11 pm and the start of a New Year. So I decided I will not start by saying what I plan to do this time around nor will I make excuses for why I didn't stay on track. Since the truth is I just didn't want to.

Instead this time around I'm going to wait until I start doing what it is that I need to do and then I'll share my plans. I feel like this time will be really different but I said that the last two times.

Happy New Years everyone hopefully I'll start this New Year off by staying on track.
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    Happy New Years! emoticon
    1902 days ago
  • CARI2012
    It may be "another" day one, but it is DAY ONE!!!!

    Make every day "day one". Every morning when you wake up, make a conscious effort to do your best... whatever that may be. If you make mistakes, that's ok... just make tomorrow another DAY ONE!

    You've got this, and you've found an excellent support system. Feel free to message me anytime for a pick-me-up :)
    1902 days ago
    as we say take baby steps
    figure out what you have to do to lose just 1/2 of a lb per week, once you get the momentum going it gets easier
    1903 days ago
    The cool thing is is that you are back! Don't try to do it all at once, just keep making those changes one at a time. Every little step in the right direction is taking you where you want to be. Too often I have scrapped everything because I didn't do it all right or perfectly ~so why bother!
    This time, I just figured I can drink water every day, then I felt that I can exercise for 10 minutes, then I decided I can add more fruits and veggies into my meals... each of those little changes made me feel successful, and gave me the motivation to keep on making more. I didn't beat myself up if I over ate, or ate chips, or cake, or other stuff that would have made me feel I had failed in my efforts. When I "mess up", I recognize it's just a small bump in a very long road, and it's not a big deal! I just need to start again.
    You can do this! Just do it one step at a time. It's taken a long time to get where you are now, and it's going to take some time to get where you want to go. Just step out in the direction you want to go, and you will end up where you want to be. :)
    Cheering for you!!!!
    1903 days ago
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