Finding that new ten minutes at a time exercise I can do for at least the ten minutes initially helps me jump start a new kick off for getting me healthier. Like yesterday when I found a cheaper eliptical trainer that is kinda like riding a bike standing up for ten minutes. It's slow, awkward, weird ... but burned 180 calories for me and was as fun as I remembered it being years ago. To me that's what a great motivator is for getting it all going again: it's fun, can be done once a day as a minimum and stretches my horizon with something I haven't done in a while.
Since I am way off track myself, if I look at the big picture I get very discouraged so I try to concentrate one changing one thing. With me this week I am going to set a time at night to stop eating, next week I am going to add another change. I need to do little steps to get back all the good habits that I had before.
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