Are You Missing Perfect Moments Waiting For The Perfect Time?
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I used to be very good at finding excuses not to exercise. I wished I had more time, more money, more sleep and promised myself when things got better I would join a club or become a regular exerciser. SP pushed me outside my "box" of ideas of what exercise is so I started brainstorming what I could do and even when things were not perfect, did it anyways. I accepted shorter workouts. Tried new things that didn't take $ or special equipment. It was not until my DD agreed to start doing 5
minutes a day that I realized how many perfect moments there are. We have done 6 days in a row now together: Dance dance revolution, wii fit, lower extremity strength exercises, upper extremity strength exercises, walking in the pool, using water weights in the pool, and a walk waiting for an apt
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No one is perfect. If you force yourself to being perfect I believe you will relapse harder. When you relapse your attitude may be... I screwed up today, might as well finish it up and start back tomorrow. This may also cause you to beat yourself up. Stay positive no matter what you do.208
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