Good and Bad

Thursday, May 03, 2012

All I can say is that I'm starting over and if it means blogging everyday so that I put my thoughts down then so be it. I'm not good and keeping a habit stick, but I always know what to do when I'm feeling like a failure. So that means that I go here and put it down so I get feed back on my everyday life with out feeling like its all stuck in my head and never coming out. I thought at one time oops lots of times that I was almost at goal and then it magically goes away over and over again. When you think you made it is where I see oh I don't need to keep going I'm fine right where I'm at. Then what the scale is going to stay there if you just stop everything. Think again smarty, all that hard work and boy to I hate it all working out eating good. Scale is right back at the top once again and I look in the mirror and say its time once again to start over. WHY do I cave, because I'm human and I make lots of mistakes that I know are wrong, but can't seem to kick them to the curb for ever. God will get me alone sometimes and say its time don't let the enemies get you.
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    Thank you so much for the lovely comment, I can say today wasnt my day so of course I choose not to really start. But knowing im on here makes me know that things are about to change for the better.

    2211 days ago
    Man, can I ever relate to so much of what you're saying! You can do this. I'm just now working on this new strategy of feeding my mind thoughts of success like "I feel good when I eat right" OR "I enjoy being strong and healthy as a result of my workout program." It's combatting the negative thoughts that lead to self-sabotage.
    Speaking of God, think of your great value to Him and let that fill your thoughts with encouragement! To Him be the glory when he wins those battles for you!

    2211 days ago
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