Catching Up

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Sorry guys, I know the vlogs are not as frequent as they used to be. Getting pumped for my bike ride tomorrow!
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    Hey Jackie!

    Glad you liked the blog. I think there is a fine line between experiencing frustration with not meeting a goal and being dissatisfied with oneself for not meeting a goal. From your blogs/vlogs, you strike me as one who does more the former (which we all do and is a good thing) than the later. I don't know, though.

    That question in the blog was targeted at people who have failed at pretty much everything in life (including weight loss) because they have defined themselves as being a failure. It's a "safe" coping mechanism that gives them the "freedom" to never achieve. Because of it, they never meet goals that they set.

    Either way, I'm really glad to see you back blogging and vlogging again.
    2976 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/2/2010 9:32:03 PM
    Thanks Jackie :)
    and I KNOW how it is to take a few weeks break from something and then try and get into it! Keep at it (I know you will) Thanks for the encouragement. It's nice to know that I am not the only one coffee effects LOL. Jayden can have a WHOLE pot of coffee and then go to bed!

    2976 days ago
  • KRISTENG1979
    Hey! Its good to "see" you again! lol. have fun on that bike ride ~ it sounds great! Im about to strap the kids in the double stroller and go outside for a jog to enjoy the weather and get a workout in too! Enjoy this weekend, its going to be amazing!
    2977 days ago
  • GEKKO1
    Well it's about time... Making us wait all this time for a video...shame on you! :)

    I enjoy making new Spark Friends too and enjoy the interaction. Thanks for friend-ing me!

    Have a great day off tomorrow and a very Happy Easter!

    Ramble On!!!

    Kevin (Real Name) Hehe!

    2977 days ago
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