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NO MORE EXCUSES!!!

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

I had a root canal today. It really sucked! I was going to use that as an excuse not to go on my walk, (i am sure that nobody would have blamed me, most people would have even sympathized with me and suggested that I treat myself to a soothing cold milkshake) and then I remembered that is how I got fat in the first place...by making excuses why not to eat right and exercise! (After the holidays...well it's Suzie's birthday...I have a headache...The list goes on and on!) This is a lifestyle change. This is not temporary! It is time to stop making excuses. When you change your life, you can't just change what you do, you have to change the way you think! I am finally thinking healthy!
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  • CTUPTON
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    Most of us are in the same boat. So you certainly are not alone! Welcome to the emoticon SP gang! chris
    484 days ago
  • AHAPPYSPIRIT
    I hope your still motivated. emoticon
    2021 days ago
  • ELLENTHORNE
    Well done!! Go you!!!
    3979 days ago
  • JNPBELL
    Awesome !!!!! Great choice!!!! I dont know if im that strong....lol. i would be crying in my pillow....lol emoticon
    4478 days ago
  • SARAHJANEJARM
    I understand where you are coming from. I also know that I too would make excuses for myself. I have stopped making excuses and I have started to walk places in order to get more exercise.

    Sarah

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    4551 days ago
  • IVYLASS
    Welcome to SP! You're taking control, which is the first step, I think, to permanent healthy living.

    I read something once, where someone was whining about how they couldn't do something. As his friend gently told him, "That's not an obstacle, that's an excuse."

    Many of the roadblocks we encounter have been put up by ourselves.

    Good luck, and welcome aboard!
    4552 days ago
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