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Thursday, January 03, 2013

I decided that this year is going to be the year for accountability. I am going to track each meal as well as my water intake and take responsibility for what is going on inside of me. And after talking about waking up at 5:00am to be at the gym by 6:00am has gotten me NOWHERE, so I have enlisted the help of my best friend. Starting on Monday, she is going to call me when she wakes up so I will hopefully wake up and get my butt to the gym. I asked her if she could do it for a month until my body gets used to waking up at that crazy time...I honestly do not wake up until 7:00am most days and am out the door to go to work by 7:30 (I'm really low I'm hoping that this year or next year my husband and I finally have our wedding (we were married by the Justice of the Peace almost 7 years time flies!), plus, my best friend just got engaged so I will be in a lot of nice dresses. It's time to make this a habit that sticks!
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    Me, too, I'm starting over, taking things slower and enjoy every minute! The first three months I'm "training" myself to get used with proper sleep schedule, consistent workouts and tracking ever bite :D

    For waking up, other than asking your friend to call you, how about set a "wake up, it's tine to get active" tone for your alarm AND put your hp far enough that you have to realky out from bed but near enough to hear the loud alarm. I'm using fast-beat anime song as alarm tone (wake up and dance a bit with the tone LOL) and most of time, I'm out of bed and no hitting snooze button coz the hp far enough that i have to get out from bed :D

    Good luck for accountability 2013!
    1393 days ago
  • BILL60
    Hang tough and do it.
    1393 days ago
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