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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Noticed I havent been blogging much lately. I realized I only want to blog when Im being positive so I can inspire others too, but I cant always be positive and happy. Been a hard few days with food and exercise. Started to exercise and was so sore I stopped after two days. Need to start again though because I know ultimately it will help me feel better. Tonight my son mentioned his weight to me and I was soooo proud of him and I want him to be proud of me too so....here I go again, Im sure I will fall off the diet and exercise wagon again in the future but hopefully next time it wont take me so long to get back on!
Hope everyone is doing good on their food and exercise...Thanks for being an encouragement to me through your blogs! :)
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  • DADDYTREVOR
    Being positive can be a learned behavior. I believe it starts with a choice and continues with a new choice each minute.
    3542 days ago
  • MEMEEMEEE
    Just because we fall off the wagon doesn't mean we can't get back on. Always keep trying and one day you will get it completely right. I have fallen and stumbled many of times and it fact I'm going 2 weeks strong from taking multiple months off of focusing on me and becoming a happier healthier self. Even with that tomorrow is a new day and even if I make a bad choice the next one I make can be better. Good luck to you!
    3542 days ago
  • LILYBELLE8
    There are some things in life that we just can't "go around" - and the only way to handle it is to "go through it" - . Someone needs to put some big side-boards up on that "wagon" so we won't fall off so often!!!
    3543 days ago
  • KARRIEMASSOTTI
    Good for you for starting again emoticon

    You don't always have to be positive to be an inspiration. People relate to us when we fail too and can learn from our mistakes.
    3543 days ago
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