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Still Trying

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

I've pretty much finished reading the Spark book and now will re-read them to start really working the program, although I have been making a few changes that I have managed to be consistent with. My eating is much better and as a result I feel a lot better. I'm trying really hard to hang onto how I feel when I eat well for the times when I want to go of the wagon as a way to try to stop myself and remember.

The only thing I haven't really stuck to is the exercise. I was doing okay with small steps with the cardio. Exercising on my lunch break or squeezing in 10 minutes here and there at home, but a few crazy days at work and then my son being sick kind of set me back so I know I need to improve on planning it into my days even when everything doesn't go as expected.

On a positive note, I start my 1st weekend of yoga teacher training this weekend which I have been looking forward to for a few months. I feel that really devoting myself to the practice will help me to want to increase my fitness level so I'll have more stamina and be able to get into more poses. I'm sure I'll post an update on how the 1st weekend classes went next week.
Bye for now!
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    The best thing we can do for ourselves is to try. And for that you are doing very well. emoticon
    3318 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/20/2010 6:48:34 PM
    Great job! Wow, Yoga Teacher Training, that sounds like fun. I agree with you that it will help you stay on track with your fitness goals.
    Isn't it funny how we put ourself last on the list of "To Do"?
    Remember, we can't change everything at once and as long as we keep trying we will eventually get where we are going - so, keep your eyes and mind focused on the goal. emoticon
    3318 days ago
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