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Accountability Day...

Friday, July 26, 2013

So I gained a pound this week BUT I think that has to do with water retention more than anything I'm doing. My foot/ankle is now all better so I have no viable excuse as to why I didn't exercise this week other than time management. I get up at 7:20 am and work from 7:45 am until 11 pm so I'm not sure when to exercise...I guess I need advice on that. So I'm still trying! I'm also taking an idea from a friend and adding a pic of something that's motivating to me to these blogs (don't worry I asked her first lol.)

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  • v SHERIO5
    Cute motivators!

    Can you walk on your lunch break? Take stairs? Remember when you first started how those little bursts added up? I think sometimes we get into an all or nothing mindset, when doing something is better than nothing.

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    Glad your ankle is healed!
    1067 days ago
  • v FERRETLOVER1
    Sometimes it's hard to get back into a routine after an injury - but emoticon
    1067 days ago
  • v JANTWO
    You can do it. Don't give up. I really like the photo!!!! It is motivating!!!!
    1067 days ago
  • v WORKOUTWITHPAM
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  • v FITK34
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  • v AWESOMECHELZ
    You have a very, very demanding job with long hours. I would do small "sprints" once an hour for 5 minutes and at the end of the day, add all the minutes together. You have a very tough schedule, my friend. God bless you. emoticon
    Love, Chelsea

    P.S. That photo is great!
    1067 days ago
  • v TWEETYKC00
    Good job on trying to get motivated. Now if we can just get you moving again!
    1067 days ago
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