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Summing up my feelings

Monday, January 28, 2013

Everyday I start out positive and go down hill and then go off track. I keep getting back on track however I need to find my motivation again. I have been trying to understand how I went so far off track and how to get back on track. So far I seem to only manage a couple of days before I end up off track again. I been trying to better manage my stress and put myself first again as just before Christmas I feel into old ways and put everyone else first. I am still struggling with it and trying to find balance.

I came across this today "Serving Sizes Are Stupid And Wrong" www.buzzfeed.com/mattbel
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and it sums up how I feel about food when I am stressed out and it gave me a laugh, I hope it can do the same for you too. Be warned that there are a couple of swear words in the post.

Off to try and focus on me and continue to stay on track today, 1 day at a time.
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  • v FAVALL
    Keep putting one foot in front of the other...moving forward toward your goals. You deserve to succeed. We are here to support you on the journey.

    PS... there are several good SP articles on getting and maintaining motivation.
    1277 days ago
  • v JACARD
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    I completely agree with JenJen. Half (or more) of success is getting back up.
    1277 days ago
  • v FINDINGJENJEN
    I completely hear what you are saying! One day at a time is right! I'm done convincing myself that I will never have bad eating days again. Instead, it's all about jumping back on the bandwagon, and not letting a bad meal or day become a bad week, weeks, or (for me in the past) months where I just stop trying. We can SO do this!
    1277 days ago
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