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    DRC2205   61,333
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Hi there

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

I'm not much of a blogger, but I decided to give it a try. I haven't been working out like I should, and need to do something about it. I just don't know what! I can't moitvate myself to be active. I feel like I am always busy but can't figure out with what. Does anyone else get like this? Is it just because it's winter and dark before I get home--therefore, I can't go out for a quick walk...

I don't know, but I'd love suggestions!~

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CORRIN32 12/6/2007 1:25PM

    maybe try getting up in the morning and exercising. That helped me get out of the funk this week! If you force yourself to do something for a few days by the 3rd it'll be natural hehehe

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H2O4LIFE 12/6/2007 12:21AM

    You just need to find something to help snap you out of this mindset. I get it often..I call it the funk or the fog..cuz that's how it makes me feel. ya just gotta get yourself out there and move. It will get easier. ~hugs from the Dark

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BABEL. 12/5/2007 3:13PM

    I know that it really depends on where you live and work but I found out I can walk half way or all the way to work. That way I can run to work when the day calls for it and not be exercising in the dark...I hate that. I don't think I'd do anything if I didn't find a way to exercise in the morning. Is there anyway you can do something like that? Even getting up 1/2 hour early and taking a walk? Do you have one of those thingies where you mount your bike on and it turns stationary? How about just some crazy monkey dancing when you get home. Just blast some music and dance your legs off...singing is optional.

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