Discipline is the key ingredient that is missing

Tuesday, February 02, 2010

As I reflect on my high and lows of weight loss struggles, I realized that the key ingredient that I am missing is discipline. I have never learned the true meaning of "no" or "it is not good for you", but lately I am trying to reflect, relax, and hopefully there will be a restoration of good health, a helathy weight, and a lifestyle that I can continue to follow.
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    We're here for you. Do not give up. You posted today for the first time in months, and that's a great beginning. You could have done anything else, but you decided to get on SP and write about your frustration. Maybe you could just post every day. Write about your frustrations as well as your successes. Start small. You can do it.

    I thought I'd never budge from 290. I felt like I was in hell.

    I'm not thin yet. Might never be someone else's idea of thin. But I've lost over 30 pounds and I know it can be done. One day at a time.

    Remember to love yourself.
    4059 days ago
    Momma-Bear thanks for the encouragement and prayerfully I will see a change in my attitude and most of all my gratitude for what God has given and will give me. emoticon
    4059 days ago
    The beginning of a new season, month or year symbolizes a fresh start. If you've been going down the wrong road, it's a great time to start anew! Looks like you have some great ideas that you can do shown here. Take one day at a time and add one new thing gradually. Today mine has been walking for an extra 30 minutes...but I can remember when it was to make sure I drank my eight glasses of water and eat 3 vegetables and 2 fruits servings per day.
    Best of luck you you. Keep posting and letting us know how it is going!!
    Blessings and hugs,
    Helen\ emoticon emoticon emoticon
    4059 days ago
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