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June 5, 2011

Saturday, June 04, 2011

Wow, it has been 6 months since I have blogged! I think this might be something I need to do to help my journey move forward. I have been in a rut the last 6 months, to where I go on and off the wagon and therefore have lost NO weight. I should all ready be at my goal and holding instead I keep sabotaging myself. Hmmmmm I haven't quite figured out why and what the underlying problem is with that BUT, I'm done. I'm also done saying I'm done! I've heard that come out of my mouth too many times to count. Here I am once again saying it. I'm done with the excuses and with holding myself back.
It is time to listen to my inner self that has been screaming at me to stop what I do that sets me back. So I am putting it down on paper/computer for all to see that I am going to take charge of my health once again and do what needs to be done.
Today is my new beginning and with Gods help I will get to where He wants me to be!
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    Wow, I didn't even know there was feed back on this blog! LOL Thanks ladies!
    I better get in gear and do better for 2014! God bless you all!
    1624 days ago
    emoticon I hope you blog again soon. I think it helps for us to write out what has been happening in our lives in order to find the solutions. Congratulations on the pounds you've lost so far! I think that's awesome!

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    1624 days ago

    How are you doing now?

    Have you figured out the 'sabotage' part?

    I'm doing research it to for a Topic for the Peri+ Team.

    BTW, welcome aboard!!
    2309 days ago
    YES! Take charge of your health, take charge of your life. This is your moment!
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    2546 days ago
    If blogging helps you stay on track, by all means do it.

    emoticon Good luck!
    2546 days ago
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