No progress....

Friday, February 10, 2012

...and whose falt is that??? Mine. I've been working out, sort of. I haven't been tracking my food ( the funny thing is that I now have an iPhone with the sp app which makes it do easy, yet I don't do it). And I've been eating food instead of preparing well-rounded meals that aren't going to leave me feeling hungry. So if I know this is what is keeping me from progressing, why don't I change it??? I'm sick of feeling gross and uncomfortable all of the time. My weight has hit an all-time high too. Why am I holding myself back?????????
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    Thanks Emily! That's what I've been telling myself for the past few weeks! We can do this!

    2561 days ago
    If you ever figure out that mystery, let me know! I'm my own best cheerleader at times, and worst saboteur at others. Decide to do your best at this! That's where I'm at right now, I've decided to try my best. Sometimes I might fall short, but I have to keep going. We can do this!
    2561 days ago
    Wow thanks for your encouragement. Sometimes having "cheerleaders" helps too! Lol I will think of this as I work to transform my thinking so that I can accomplish my goals.

    Thanks again!!!

    -Carissa emoticon
    2565 days ago
    I know how you feel. A friend I have have been trying to lose weight over the last few years and one thing we know is that the battle is first won in the mind. I have now lost over fifty with about 20 more to go. There is a determination this time and a spirit of "I will die trying." I get a lot of mine from prayer, but you'll have to get a made up mind, and as NIKE says, "Just Do It!" Even when you don't feel like it. Sure, there will be set-backs, but at least you're moving forward. I will be praying for your success on your journey. emoticon
    2565 days ago
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