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A day off from walking

Thursday, September 19, 2013

I'm taking today off from walking. I'm tired, even though it's sunny emoticon , I just don't feel like going out. I am going to try some housecleaning instead emoticon , as I've had a housecleaner coming in for the last 2 years (due to illness, not laziness) and I will try the exercise bike and/or an indoor walking video.
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I have to say, I'm worried about overeating emoticon this weekend with the wedding emoticon and these people in town, but I guess worrying doesn't help anything....just enjoy it and do my best and pick up the pieces (or take off the weight) later.

Oh! I've completed one month today of my new lifestyle!!! emoticon

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    There is nothing wrong with a day off from walking! I love, love, love to walk, but sometimes I just feel like a day off. It's good to change things up once in awhile. I hope the housecleaning went well (I still have to do that.) I know it's easy to say and hard to do, but focus on the joy of the celebration this weekend rather than worrying about overeating. If you are stressed and anxious, you will be more likely to overeat. Good luck!
    1130 days ago
    Taking a day off sometimes is a good thing. It's even scheduled in there so you don't get burnt out. Don't worry, Jackie. I know that's easier said than done but it will only ruin your mood and your motivations today...and what you are worrying about will still come to pass. Stay busy and enjoy your day off from walking. Get your housework done and be gentle with yourself. Enjoy your guests and the rest will take care of itself. The more you concentrate on over-eating the worse it will be. Just remember what you want the most over what you want at the moment.

    1130 days ago
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