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Tight Pants

Sunday, February 23, 2014

The other day I put on a pair of jeans and they were a little tight. It was a b!tch slap in the face. I know that I need to change. But for me to change I need to change a lot of small things. I need to write everything out that needs to change and then number them from smallest to largest, meaning, if I need to change this what other change will help me with that change.(Drink more water - stop buying pop) A chain reaction.

EXERCISE EXERCISE EXERCISE I need to just get up and do it. Over the past few months I have been watching my little cousin (almost 11 months old) for my cousin because her usual babysitter has been dealing with health issues. Its only 3x a week but she drains me. If I make myself go to bed early then I should be able to have the energy through out the day. She sleep half the time so during one of her naps I can exercise. I think the best time would be during her first nap because she is out for 2 almost 3 hours (7ish to 930ish).

I keep telling myself that this needs to get done because of my health. I think that once I start to get healthier then I'll feel more positive about things and I can write better. My confidence level when it comes to writing is just so low that nothing gets done.
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  • v MADEIT3
    You have the right idea - baby steps. Add one 8 ounce glass of water today. Add another fruit tomorrow. Try a new veggie the day after.

    Think about writing down what you've accomplished - I've always found that works better than a to-do list. That way, I can look back at what I've actually done and build on my successes! Maybe that will work for you!
    912 days ago
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