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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Not really much to say since everything has been going so smoothly so far. It's much easier to write when there's something bad/dramatic/disappointing happening! 11 whole days strong!

Not sure why this go around has been easier for me, well probably because I actually have something to work towards. I really don't want to go to try-outs all out of shape and pudgy! I have been really "lenient" on myself so far which has been working out fantastically. I usually have a melt down if I can't track my food EXACTLY or miss one little work out. But, I have been out to eat with co-workers, had a bad food day, and had days where I didn't exercise or do everything I had planned. But, I haven't really felt guilty or bad about any of it and just keep picking up on the next day just like nothing happened. And to be honest, I stayed in my nutritional goals when I went out to eat, I ate like 1800 calories on my "bad food day", and have already multiple times just pushed myself out the door even though I really didn't really feel like exercising. I just hope I can keep this up because I am feeling pretty good! And, if I can keep from beating myself up over little snafus I could actually stick to this. I cannot be perfect 100% of the time, as much as I want to be - but I can always strive for perfection! Plus perfect is boring, right?
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  • DIXIED88
    I love this blog! You just stated exactly how I feel. My short term goal is to lose a little around my waist before derby prom so I'm more comfortable in my dress. Normally I would be beating myself up if I wasn't perfect, but this time I'm doing my best and letting the rest roll off my back. And it's working!

    Perfection is overrated...and boring!

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    2844 days ago
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