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Fell off the wagon

Sunday, February 03, 2013

Totally fell off the wagon again! I feel like everytime life gets busy, I give up on my health and fitness dreams. I'm honestly just done with that, I haven't been updating SP that much, but I have been making sure to get exercise in at least 3 times a week and I've been trying very, VERY hard to eat healthy since December (though I have had a few slip ups in the temptations department).

The last time I was doing really well, I remembered recording onto SP everytime and I really tried to make space for just recording my food, exercise and blog on SP. I thought that went quite well, so I'm going to try my best to pick that up again!

I would however, LOVE an accountability buddy! I would really love someone who can push me into working out or healthy eating or whatever if I'm being a total downer. And I would love for someone to check in everyday and ask how I was doing and vice versa. I think working towards the same goals with someone else is much more effective than trying to last alone - for me, anyway!

Ahhh! Good luck to me... Again! I'll be saying that for the last time!
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    Sorry to be a bit late responding to this but I am willing to be your buddy. I am in the middle of a plateau but I am determined to see my scales move before Easter.
    Send me a Sparkmail with your plan and goals and I will give you my support.
    We all need Sparkfriends, we understand each other!
    1349 days ago
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    1354 days ago
    This is why I write in a notebook. I can carry it with me wherever I go and it only takes a second to make a note. That could be the last second I'll even remember that I ate it, so gotta jump on it while I can.
    1355 days ago
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