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JENNIEBENNIE1
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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

So frustrated with myself and my lack of commitment. Today not only did I not go to gym, I ate chinese food for lunch. Now I have that infamous bloated feeling that only sodium filled can cause and a headache. Every time I look at myself I see room for improvement, but for some reason I can not commit to make the damn changes. I don't even like chinese food smh. Anyhow, will get a green juice to help add my veggie intake and get some of this stuff out my system, and try to walk a few laps, after I pick up baby.
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  • LILSHINE
    Water, water, water especially when eating Chinese food. Helps flush the stuff through you. Glad you made it on your walk. That's behind you ... keep it moving, don't let one slippery day turn into days, weeks, months, years!!! You can do it.
    1278 days ago
  • MCFITZ2
    Commit to one thing for tomorrow. Could be pre plan the meals and snacks. Prep and make what you can the night before so no excuses. You can do this. emoticon
    1279 days ago
  • LADYGSC
    Sometimes speaking affirmations to yourself all day helps to stay focused. emoticon emoticon
    1279 days ago
  • DEE1221
    One baby step at a time!
    1280 days ago
  • JENNIEBENNIE1
    Thx ladies! Just got in and after walking with baby and praying I feel much better!
    1280 days ago
  • KACEYSW
    Just remember that you are worth the world to your child. If you can't do it for yourself right now, do it for her (until you can find it in your heart to do it for yourself). Always remember that you are worth it!

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    1280 days ago
  • BLONDIE218145
    Shack it off and get crack in' at what you want to accomplish!! emoticon
    1280 days ago
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