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It's all about choices......

Saturday, January 26, 2013

What I learned this week..... I make choices every day, and every day, I get to decide between good and bad choices, or the lesser of two evils ;) I found out that I can eat pizza and cupcakes and chocolate, I eat one instead of two, I take small instead of large. I track my food (all of it), I don't budge on movement at all, but if I need rest, I will take it. I go to bed when I am tired, and do my Sun Salutations when I get up. It doesn't matter if I lose weight, it matters how I tread my body for the rest of my life. Giving up is for sissies, I am smart and know that I have the power to live a life that is both satisfying and gratifying. All or nothing leads me to failure. Come celebrate life with me. :) And then track your food and exercise. Because being accountable really matters, even if it doesn't look pretty, it will make you inventive when you want to find a better way :)
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    What are Sun Salutations?
    I'm tracking my food and exercise. The best accountability I can have.
    1876 days ago
    This is my attitude too (except for the tracking of food emoticon ). I have celiac disease and so I eat gluten-free. I would never go back to a gluteny diet because I feel SO MUCH BETTER not eating it. When I had the realization that exercising is like eating gluten-free, a lifetime dedication for better health, it was a BREAKTHROUGH. Yay for us. emoticon
    1877 days ago
    so true, and I know it is, but so easy to cheat once in a while, and I know I am cheating no one but myself.
    1877 days ago
    Spot on! Love this philosophy...Love this post...Pretty much how I try to live as well.
    Thanks for posting!
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    1877 days ago
    Good blog. GOod points.
    1877 days ago
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