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Day 2 -- I'm liking this

Wednesday, June 01, 2011

I don't know. This doesn't feel as hard as I told myself it was. Maybe I just hyped it up too much. My goal today is to log ALL my calories (including dinner, which I have yet to log but I intend to) and exercise. I figure it's a new month, a new day, a new me. A new attitude! I can do whatever I put my mind to. I am strong! I'm a fighter!
That's me psyching myself up. I am going to do my best to carry the momentum forward but I won't be surprised if I fizzle out in about 3 weeks.
WHAT?!?!? NO FIZZLING!!
All right, now go out there and get moving!! :)
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  • JUICINGJOJO
    You can do it! There is so much support here and so many good tools available. Read through some of the motivation articles. Even though some of it seems silly, choosing things like a symbol to remind you of your journey that is visual, and writing yourself notes, and blogging, all really do help. You have to be able to capture that energy and resolve you feel now and bottle it up for later so that third week and fizzle never happens. It is hard, noone here will tell you it is always easy! The good news is that YOU are WORTH the hard work. Be proud of yourself, and don't accept that fizzle.

    Congratulations on taking the first steps, and believe me when I say that there are lots of us out here with you and all cheering for your success. Share it with us, you won't be sorry!

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    2579 days ago
  • TAOSBURG
    We are on the same journey. I also started yesterday. I understand what you are going through. I will try to log all my food today also. Not going to be easy since I am taking my kids to the pool today. I did get only 20 min. of elliptical in this morning, didn't sleep well so I didn't get up early enough to do more.
    2579 days ago
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