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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Consistency, or rather the lack thereof, is obviously one of my faults. It's been 10 days since my last post. Ugh!

No, I've been a bad girl, but also no I'm not giving up.

I heard something at PeerTrainer (don't worry, SP you're still my fave) about the fact that even accomplished people (people who are top in their fields) have difficulty with this weight issue. They (and we) need to realize it takes the same effort (concentration, dedication, focus, etc) to drop (and maintain) weight that it did to achieve their work/life related goals.

Wow. Do you guys agree with this? If so, then I'm doomed! emoticon

Nah, but I do believe there's a lot of truth in it. I think it's spot on actually. For me, consistency is the issue. If I can be consistent one day, then add more days one at a time to that, then I'll achieve my goal.

Of course that's assuming I don't sidetrack myself. (Yes, claiming responsibility for sabotaging myself- still trying to figure out why)???

Anywho, this moment is a new moment, and I'm moving forward.

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    Consistency is the issue with a lot of us. I have a problem also with being consistent.
    I really believe it is better to take one day at a time and work on that day. We Can Do This! emoticon

    2128 days ago
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