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Time to begin anew

Tuesday, April 03, 2012

I've been tracking my food and exercising for at least 6 months. Last weekend I took some time off. Now I'm finding it hard to get back on track. Even as I write this i find myself thinking maybe I should wait until after Easter, excuses or reasons to delay are easy to find. But I really cannot justify them. I'll begin anew right now. I can do this. i know what needs to be done and how to do it. I am done eating for the day, Tomorrow I eat well and make some resistance training. Tonight i'll take time to get ready and go to bed and not fall asleep in front of the TV, If anything I'll get some reading done.
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    2233 days ago
    Good luck.
    2240 days ago
    Are we twins?? I wonder. In some other life I know we were related.

    Excuses. So simple to make. So difficult to overcome. But I will tell you this: I BELIEVE IN YOU. I KNOW YOU CAN DO IT. YOU HAVE A WHOLE 'SPARK FAMILY' just waiting to cheer you along the way.

    2240 days ago
  • JILL313
    Honestly, I think the best way to move forward is just to "jump" back in tracking your calories and continue with that healthy swimming. From time to time I feel just like you and I want to take a "vacation" from doing what I know works. It does take our best effort and commitment daily to this new healthy lifestyle. I'm "rooting" for you as I want you to be fit and healthy! God Bless you and your family. Keep the Faith!!


    2240 days ago
    Stay strong, BELSNICKEL!
    2240 days ago
    2241 days ago
    Excuses never led to anything but more excuses. GOYA, my friend, and do it NOW!

    Tomorrow should not ever again be a day to plan to begin, but each and every tomorrow a day you continue toward your goal.

    GO! DO! Dance!
    2241 days ago
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