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Saturday, April 20, 2013

I stepped on the scale this morning just curious of what I now weighed?

The scale blinked, I stepped on, and after about 5 seconds the digital numbers popped up; the numbers staring back at me read 2-9-6. The sad part is that I really wasn't even shocked. I'm not surprised by what the scale read because I know the types of things I've been doing to get me to that number. The numbers support the fact that I snack continuously throughout the day on Oreo's, chips, and burgers. The numbers also tell me that I have not been incorporating enough exercise into my daily routine.

In the end, I just had to accept the fact that I'd done this to my body, I also realized that I had to do something IMMEDIATELY to stop this train wreck from happening. I knew that if I didn't turn things around, right that second, that my family would be burrying me, and SOON!

I made the decision to really step my game up, and be honest and real with myself. I must change in a positive way for longevity in my life. I'm making changes that I know I will stick to immediately: such as more water, less fried foods, and more exercise.

Small changes, HUGE results!

Holding myself more accountable for my actions, and facing the facts. 2-9-6 the numbers do not lie.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
ICANTODAY 4/28/2013 7:06PM

    There's tremendous power in owning your choices. You can turn it around!


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CLPURNELL 4/24/2013 11:13PM

    You can turn it around any time you decide to!!!

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MNABOY 4/21/2013 9:45PM

    I use to go off the scale. 400 was not enough. It does take time to come down but we can doo it.

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PATTYKLAVER 4/21/2013 7:54AM

    It's amazing how one little scale can motivate us. You can to it!

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DALID414 4/20/2013 1:11PM

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