I just don't feel like it ~panic button

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

I know all the reasons that I am working on weight loss.

Honestly, my self motivation and drive is at an all time low.

Today I walked my two miles. I tracked everything. I met my daily goals.

But honestly, I think I've hit a demotivational wall. I just want to SLEEP.

I want to do Not a %#&^ thing.

I'm going through the motions.
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    So I need to keep up the walking, because I entered the virtual 5k and it's in my training. I'm super competitive, even with myself. You are right Marta- I need to have a reward system. Since I just started working, It can't be much. Bills come first. Anyway, I'll sit and think on this... or I'll walk and think on this...
    2741 days ago
    You want to sleep? Then get a little extra rest so you have the physical and mental energy to manage your commitments to yourself, your family, and your new job.

    Have you set up a reward to work toward? Perhaps a new book, a pedicure, new walling socks after you do say, 40 miles of walking.

    I agree that exercise has to be fun, too. For me the only way I get out and run is if I have someone with me. Everything else I do on my own.

    We are rooting for you! Keep up the good life and recharge when you need!
    2741 days ago
    Been there... I do understand. Do what you can.

    2741 days ago
  • YIWEN39
    Hi :-) If it's just a one-off, surely it's no big deal. But if you've been feeling like that for a while... take HEMIGIRL's advice and mix it up! If you find an activity you really enjoy doing, you'll be able to keep your motivation fired up! OR: build up again slowly, go back to basics, cut down a lot and build up again. And share ;-)
    Good luck! emoticon emoticon
    2741 days ago
    Just keep at it and you will break thru. Or mix it up a little, could be you're bored!!
    Good luck
    2741 days ago
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