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Days 14, 15, & 16 of 'Tude

Sunday, March 17, 2013

So I lost some footing this week. I think the fact that I didn't stick with my daily blogs had an impact. I also think that the more I pushed myself on my projects, the more I got excited for the look of my home. The bad part was that I kept over doing it and not resting like I should so I found myself dealing with pain.

Okay so I found that my eating and exercise wasn't where I would like it but my attitude was good until about Thursday. My eating floundered and my exercise went down to next to nothing due to the pain. My attitude when down like a balloon that is losing its air.

I am awesome no matter what the day brings!! I will make the best of EVERY DAY!!!

I am going to get back to my daily blogs and continue working on my small projects.

This is going to take a daily focus! I can't lose my focus not even for one day. The focus is to be positive about me and my life and I am positively focused!!

Much love and positive changes!


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CLPURNELL 3/18/2013 11:37PM

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STEPH-KNEE 3/18/2013 2:21AM

    That is interesting that you see the connection between your successes and your daily blogs.

What you said is so great and I needed to hear it too, if we lose focus for one day, that makes all the difference. I know we all know that one bad day isn't the end of the world, but when one bad day turns into 2 bad weeks (like it has for me), that is when we are really in trouble. We need to have daily focus and I really need to take a minute each day and think about WHY I am on this journey. It's like I know I am not happy at this weight, I know I want to lose it, but when I am driving past Burger King or sitting next to the box of donuts at work, it's like all of these things fly out the window and I lose my focus. Maybe each morning when I wake up I need to give myself 3 reasons why this journey is worth my time and energy... you have given me a lot to think about. emoticon

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WALLAHALLA 3/17/2013 9:01PM

    3 steps forward, 2 steps time for 3 giant steps forward! emoticon

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1FARMER 3/17/2013 5:55PM

    I hope you start to blog I miss them. But first take care of yourself. Rest is so important I have trouble fitting that in my day.
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JUMPINJULIE 3/17/2013 3:23PM

    You can do it.

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KIPPER15 3/17/2013 10:30AM

    Keep trying. You are doing better than you give yourself credit for. Your projects are great, but don't let them wear you down too much. emoticon emoticon

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LIVEDAILY 3/17/2013 8:58AM

    I think you might be right about your blogs. Maybe they are helping you be more accountable to yourself?? Do you know exactly what it was that you were doing that ended you up in so much pain? That's never good, no matter how excited you are! Can you do anything beforehand to help? I want to start walking more, but I have to remember to take advil and Move Free before I go for a long walk or I am hobbling the next day. Maybe you need to alternate days of day do arms and back, the next day do legs, the next day do cardio or something like that? I know you will figure it out!

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COCK-ROBIN 3/17/2013 4:50AM

    And you are awesome!

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EATVEGAN 3/17/2013 2:37AM

    Go, Susan! No matter what is happening, keep that good attitude. Glad to hear your projects are going well. I am starting some new projects to slowly get my home organized and maybe prettier.

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