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Just Go

Wednesday, January 02, 2013



This is one of my favorite refrigerator magnets. I love to walk and have trained for and completed one marathon (one was enough!) a few half marathons and plenty of 10 and 5K's. The thing about walking is I usually don't want to do it! I have to force myself to start and for at least the first ten minutes am sure I am going to stop any minute. But, if I get through those first ten minutes I settle into a rhythm and enjoy the walk.

I am experiencing the same resistance about tracking my food. I finally am trying it though. I tracked yesterday and discovered something I think I already knew. I eat very well throughout the day. I make healthy choices. I'm drinking my water. But right before bed... I EAT! I'm not hungry. I don't know what need I am satisfying by eating like that. But I am glad to see the pattern. After all the first step is recognizing the problem and then I just have to go!
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  • v NEWSTARTNANA
    Makes me feel guilty that I didn't get a walk in today. I'll do better tomorrow! emoticon
    1270 days ago
  • v NEWSTARTNANA
    Makes me feel guilty that I didn't get a walk in today. I'll do better tomorrow! emoticon
    1270 days ago
  • v IMREITE
    a little at time towards your goals is better then hurrying falling off the wagon and then giving up. Life is not a race but it is a journey that we are constantly working on.
    1271 days ago
  • v ALIGIRL07
    wow i just love that quote!!!! I have just started training for my first 5k and literally the first few minuets are the hardest!!! The first minuet of jogging i think to myself I'm goanna die I'm gonna die lol but then it just clicks and I'm like i can do this!!!! thanks for sharing. emoticon
    1271 days ago
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