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Trying to get motivated

Thursday, March 06, 2014

Here I am, several months into this and I'm still the same. I don't know what's wrong with me, but I need to get motivated. Today I worked out to Coach Nicole's 12-Minute Seated Core Workout, tomorrow, I plan to do the 11-Minute Cardio. If I can keep doing this, then hopefully I can get stronger and start doing more.
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  • MJEFFERSON23
    You will definitely get there, one step at a time. Don't beat yourself up!
    933 days ago
  • DARDEE98
    Thank you for the wonderful thoughts. And I'm incorporating the small changes today. I'm going to go out and start plans for my garden and work in the yard as some exercise.

    I'm also going to work on being a better wife and mother because if I want my family to be better, then it needs to start with me.

    I'm kind of excited. just 2 small changes, one in movement and one in relationships.

    Thank you Lord for everything you put before me, good or bad, because I grow from it. Praise the Lord.

    Thanks,
    Dee
    934 days ago
  • MOMMA_BEAR_69
    Just make one small change at a time. As it becomes a habit, add one more. Continue to do this until you are doing what works best for you. Remember these changes are for a lifetime...a lifetime where you will be as healthy as possible. If things seem a bit out of control, pray. It really will help. God knows our every need.
    Blessings and hugs,
    Helen
    935 days ago
  • NELLIEC
    Yes, little steps will eventually get you there. It is better to have slow change that is permanent than fast change that also goes away quickly.
    936 days ago
  • ARMYWIFEKASS93
    Set small achievable goals. Then once your are able to complete them it will motivate you to keep reaching your goals.
    936 days ago
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