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Friday, January 18, 2013

I have been without workouts since almost a week now. I doing everything to keep moving but for God's sake its not just what I am. I know if I have my FitBit now, it would have loaded steps/calories for me right now but that does not always work for me. I need the high impact stuff to effect that change I am waiting for.

I hate things getting in my routine life, I always have my life planned out but when "things" just jump my way, everything is temporarily scattered. Those "things" can be negative as well as positive atimes.

For example, I have just been given a new schedule in the office plus TOM this past week and I could not just meet up with my workout routine anymore (I don't just like that).

I wish there was a way out of this and I will either be able to ignore these issues that crosses my path all day, or prepare a Plan B for my routine life. I know I always have good intentions (breaking a plateau) but it seems issues around me will not just let me. But in all of these, I know that I CAN DO IT.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MAMAJAHMAI 1/19/2013 4:43AM

    It is the truth of God sis, You are meant for greatness.

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AEGISHOT 1/19/2013 3:02AM

    Tilly, you have a special way of making me so proud of myself.

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MAMAJAHMAI 1/18/2013 6:53PM

    Sometimes things happen, but knowing you Temitope---the fighter that you are, you'll be back in full swing in no time. (((Hugs)) have a lovely weekend

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LILY_SPARK 1/18/2013 5:30PM

    You CAN!

I'm having some challenges right now, too. Working out (however you can sneak it in--even if it's high impact for 10 minutes) may help the stress :)

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AJB121299 1/18/2013 4:32PM


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