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The whole being honest with myself

Saturday, February 09, 2013

This can be so hard to do. I have to remember each day to make a small change then focus on that until it too becomes a habit. Then move on to the next.

Exercise has been my main focus for months. It is now becoming a habit. 1.46 miles this morning. 47.04 to go by the end of March.

Next in line is eating quality food and cooking at least two healthy meals each week with enough for a couple of dinners/lunches. This too is becoming a habit.

I take some comfort in keeping these as a focus probably because it is NO LONGER MUCH WORK. That is where the honesty part comes in. By nature, I want to take the easier way.

It is now time to make the main focus MEASURING and portion control. This in my heart I know is what it will take to get me to the next level. I know it will require work and concentration but I must do it.

That is now my main focus beginning today.

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  • JULIERAE41
    You are so worth it! I am reminded of that quote but I forget who said it.

    "Do something today your former self will thank you for."

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    1325 days ago
  • SUNNYAGAIN
    emoticon I love this blog. I think trying to change everything at once is what hurt me in the past.
    1326 days ago
  • BUTTERFLYGRACE
    emoticon And just think how pleased you'll be with yourself when you add this tool to your attack! You're doing such a GREAT job, Nancy!!
    1326 days ago
  • TIFFA409
    I really like that you focus on one item at a time until it becomes a habit! It sounds like you have a plan that is working for you emoticon emoticon
    1326 days ago
  • DMEYER4
    good luck on your focus of measuring you are doing a great job keep up the good work
    1326 days ago
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