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My Motivation for Today

Thursday, February 14, 2013

I have not been doing so well with my sleeping streak. I had some trouble waking up today. I slept until (gasp) 4:25 am. So I only got 30 minutes of exercise before work, plus the 60 minutes of zumba later. I was not so careful last night with food choices for dinner. My DH loves me and tries to cook for me, but often it is a sabotage for what I need to eat. So I had dinner all planned and then he made me a delicious sandwich, that made me go above my allotted calories for the day.

So I am a little disappointed in myself, but I am motivated to keep on losing a few more pounds and then keeping it off.

I know my overeating happened because I was tired.

Today is a new day. I have another chance to do this right, and I am taking it.

I am a work in progress

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  • FIT4MEIN2013
    Hubbies are not always congnizant of what we need. Furthermore, they want to do for us. At one point, though, mine said, "if you don't eat that I am going to be hurt". I told him to prepare to be hurt, then, because he should know by now that I am committed to my health and was NOT eating it!

    Have a wonderful day and emoticon .
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    1837 days ago
    My favorite quote "Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, 'I will try again tomorrow.” Mary Anne Radmacher

    I will not allow you to be disappointed. Life happens, and when it does, you have to give yourself a break. You can't look backward, only forward. So allow yourself to put it behind you. Remember that success isn't a destination; it's a journey.

    You're doing awesome!

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    1837 days ago
    You can do this! Have a great day :-)
    1837 days ago
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