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BLC 18 WUB & forgiveness motivation

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

So i've slipped a little lately. I have still been working out everyday but not forcing myself to burn 250 calories minimum every workout and I def haven't been doing the greatest with staying in my calorie range. I am changing that today though & plan on staying in my calorie range while also kicking up my minimum calories to burn in my workouts to 300 calories 6 days a week. I am trying to forgive myself for letting myself get to the weight i'm at now & i'm pretty close to coping with it (losing the first 25 lbs has definitely helped). So, i will work on forgiving my past & moving on to the new me :) Hop everyone's having a great week!
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  • LWADE1963
    remember this a journey. everyday you learn something new. keep the positive attitiude
    1249 days ago
    Forgiveness is a blessing to yourself.

    Woof! emoticon
    1251 days ago
    even though i'm not always successful, I try to get into a 'groove' of a 500 calorie per day deficit, and just accepting days I don't manage, w/o beating myself up and having to forgive myself constantly. it's either I want results, or I don't, c'est tout.
    1256 days ago
    Great attitude! Forgiving yourself is important. emoticon
    1256 days ago
  • BARBIE176
    What an awesome attitude. Keep up the good work. I just read an article about exercises that burn 100 calories in 10 minutes. It gave me a new perspective on making the most of the time I have.
    1256 days ago
    That's a GREAT attitude! Just move on! Thinking and mulling over the past won't change it or make that weight go away. But doing something about in NOW and going FORWARD, will!

    Good luck in the BLC22, it will motivate you for sure!!!1
    1256 days ago
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