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Missed the Mark but I will re-aim

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Well all day long yesterday I was like "Yes, I will work out when I get home, even if it's just a quick fifteen minute walk."

Then I got home after driving an hour in the car...and dinner was ready.

So I ate.

Then I had to wait for my food to digest a little. Then I wanted to make cookies. And then I just didn't want to. So it didn't happen.

Really I think the actual issue is that last one: I just didn't want to. After driving an hour to work, working all day and driving an hour back home I just want to chill out. But I KNOW I need to start exercising again. I can tell the difference in my body, attitude and energy and I'm positive it has something to do with my lack of exercise. It's just so hard. I also for some reason really don't want to work out in front of my parents. Couldn't really tell you why that is I guess...

So tonight, let's try again! My sister is having her baby in like 8 weeks and I had a weight goal by the babies birth. I'll have to alter it a little but I just really don't want to be where I am today then. Onward!!
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    Exactly! So glad you get it misty mountains! As for morning workouts it just is unlikely to ever be a reality. I am not built for mornings especially not workouts. With sleeping and being tired an issue by itself I don't want to attempt to add morning workouts to the mix, especially not when I have to stay awake driving. :(
    1745 days ago
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    you can do it.just keep trying
    1745 days ago
    can you workout in the mornings? i def found that when i was not working out how much more down i was. since i'm back on i feel on top of the world. hope you can get back into a routine b/c well, you know it's important. good luck!! :)
    1745 days ago
    emoticon I'm weird about working out in front of people I know too.... but I can in a roomful of strangers. Figure that one out!!
    1745 days ago
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