Food for Thought 4

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Hello SP!

I've been feeling a bit Blah for quite some time. I recognize this has truly been a hinderance with my fitness journey. Sometimes, the commitment seems so difficult to the point where I just get lax and that's not a good thing but I combat those feelings with positive thoughts and also by uplifting others.

It's amazing how one or two negative thoughts or words can weigh you down. Sooo, despite the feelings I've been having, the wishy washy inconsistent work outs- I always do my best to lift someone's spirits. Encouragement goes a long long way! emoticon

Remember this:
When your goals face insurmountable odds, let the sustaining power of God's love carry you through the temptation to quit.

It's easy to throw in the towel or say I can't but it's so hard to recover. So get up, get out there and do something to get your health & wellness back on track! I know I am emoticon

Start by encouraging yourself, speak life into your situation, if you believe it, you can achieve it. But first it has to be conceived on the inside before you can receive it on the outside!

No matter what difficulties you're facing also remember: Your attitude will determine your altitude. emoticon

I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do~ Helen Keller

We can do anything we want to if we stick to it long enough~ Helen Keller

Peace & get movin'
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    GREAT ATTITUDE!! you are doing great!!
    3995 days ago
    THanks for your comments, I'm in the same boat. There are days i could not be bothered to do anything. but like you said" just do it" Once I get out their and do it I do feel great afterward. Keep up the great work. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    Lets be freinds. I need more
    3998 days ago
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