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Staying positive on my journey

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

I was looking at pictures over last year and a half and I just realized there has been changes I didn't notice until today. I see progress , I might not be where I want to be but I see changes in my body 's shape. WOW sorry just looking at these pics I realize I have beat myself up all this time because I couldn't see them.
I have set some very concrete SMART goals after I examined all the areas of my life. I have learned that I am always evolving and changing . That is no longer a negative but it is a positive thing. It does not mean I am failing , it means I am learning new things and growing because of them. I means I see I deserve better and I am setting goals to get there. I have learned it isn't about reaching the goal as it is how I get there. This journey for me has been long and painful at times but for the most part it has been positive with positive results physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually . I am grateful for everyone here and for God's ever present support and love.
I am not even close to my weight goal but I have surpassed all expectations in every area of my life.
Today I am Grateful for
Having a loving God
For my family
For my friends and adopted family on here.
For a great job
for an awesome place to live
And I am grateful to have another day to enjoy this journey called my life.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
FIREBUG32 3/21/2013 6:26AM

    I see the difference in your pictures above! Great job! Keep up the good work! Just one day at a time! and you will reach your ultimate goals!

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ALICIA214 3/21/2013 12:17AM


Looking god Keep up the good work... emoticon

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SHERYLDS 3/21/2013 12:10AM

    keep sparkling emoticon

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