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Going with the flow

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

So I have two more weeks of school left!!! I can't wait for my 6 week break. Unfortunately I have gained all the weight I lost back. Which I expected would happen the way I was living my life! But I am getting back on track slowly. A little too slowly for my liking. I can't really track everyday. I can't get on here everyday. What I am going to do to fix this is carry a small memo book around with me and write what I eat and what I do in it. This way during the weekend I can input the information. But at least it will be written somewhere. I just think I really need this blogging thing. This is what keeps me accountable. I am going to start my niece in riding lessons once every two weeks. I think it will be good mental therapy for her since she is getting into her teen years and horses really helped me at that age. Hope everyone is doing well. If you have any advice let me know! I need my motivation back!!!!
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  • KNH771
    Your attitude seems great, and that's the biggest thing. Forgive yourself and move on, one step at a time...
    1038 days ago
  • PRINCESS_SOFI
    If you have a smart phone it might be easier to track your food through a free app.
    1038 days ago
  • KELLYFIT123
    So great to see you again! Best of luck!!
    1039 days ago
  • KAB7801
    You can do it, just do it!
    Journaling is a great idea!
    1039 days ago
  • JLHODKINSON
    Well, sometimes it helps me to just give myself a kick in the pants and make up my mind to stick to it. I also purchased a challenge pack which maps out my workouts each day, and I have a challenge group that I check in with on FB that keeps me accountable and motivated, which is REALLY helping me keep on track. Knock it out!
    1039 days ago
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