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It is All about Will

Saturday, February 09, 2013

Ever have those days where you just aren't motivated? Just don't want to measure all of your food? Just don't want to track everything you put in your mouth? Drink your water? Exercise?

This week has been one of those weeks for me. Really? I was one pound away from my goal weight and just kind of blew it this week by gaining 3 pounds. Unbelievable, but true. Yikes! Well, that's it! It is NOT too late for me to get back on track. Especially, before I do anymore damage.

First decision to help me today..............I will not attend the potluck luncheon after the memorial service at church today. Those are dangerous! Second, I WILL track everything, WILL drink my water, WILL exercise, WILL measure everything that goes into my mouth. I WILL reach my goal, now 4 pounds away.



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THEEXERCISER 2/10/2013 7:46PM

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IMREITE 2/10/2013 1:53AM

    i struggle with will.i tend to cave to temptation instead of keeping focused on my goals. i keep making excuses. i just have to spend less time and energy on making excuses.

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GOLFGMA 2/9/2013 7:17PM

    Skipping the potluck meal was a good thing and I'm sure with that kind of determination you will make it! emoticon

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JAZZII4 2/9/2013 9:33AM

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NEEDBU66 2/9/2013 9:14AM

    Those potlucks are killers. Everybody brings out their best recipe, and we= who are basically on bread and water- can't help but drool.

Alligator eyes and a humingbird stomach.

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