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Tuesday, January 08, 2013

No whimsical thoughts or clever idea's from me today. I'm lost, that motivated gal from a couple of months ago has left me high and dry. I Want Her Back danm it.
So when you lose something you retrace your steps to find it, yes? Well it's challenging to retrace what you were doing a month ago. Thought I was such a bad a$$ I could put myself on hold and pick right back up where I left off, not happening.
Was so proud that I maintained the 15 pounds lost while I was on hold, but how do Iget back on track? I still have at least 15 to go...
Step One is purging my frustration with myself onto my blog, check
Step Two is recognizing Ihave a habit of putting myself on hold, for so long that I end up being my last prioity. Which sounds so selfliess but it's just an excuse. If I really wanted to do it, I would have.
Step Three, Forgive but not forget, It's ok we can start over self, but keep the valuable lesson that when you don't maintain good habits it's hard to start over. Check
Step Four. Start over from the beginning, My first week on SP my goal was to increase water and veggie consumption, but I'm going to up that goal by adding 2 workouts and five miles of walking _________ ( thats where I'm going to write Check saturday evening)
Thanks or stopping by and watching me wallow around in my self-pity, Hopefully you find yourself in a much better mind set, Me
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  • ELLENOR9
    Thank you

    1428 days ago
  • AMME47
    I'm glad you are back.
    1429 days ago
  • ZAMORAPAT
    Hey we've all done it. Congratulations on keeping the pounds off while you put yourself on hold. I have 'held out' long enough to regain some weight--Glad you came to your senses sooner than I did. You go girl!

    1429 days ago
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