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hey,love that you know how to vlog..... I only blog now and then.. can't imagine doing all the camera stuff! so..yeah, it's hard to be on this journey at times..but don't look ahead as in I need to do this 'for the rest of my life'...I know you know that. Take it day by day, part day by part day. When I first started the treadmill and hated it..and was on it for ten minutes and felt I was dying I thought oh gee I have to do this how long, how many weeks, months,years.. but after weeks..and it was weeks..I suddenly found I enjoyed it..and it's like it's part of my routine. So when mine broke, I used one at a gym..but that was expensive to pay gym fees just for a treadmill.. plus gas to drive there, plus no tv to watch while walking.. anyhow
when i was told no bread I asked for how long? was told well, not ever...but I have compromised...now and then eat multigrain bread OR gluten free bread. and no longer crave toast each morning or bread at every meal or even buns with burgers... it took time..the change was not automatic.. and I stumbled now and then... still do now and then..but mostly some things have become my 'new' routine.. and so it will be with you..
as the writer/poet james kavanaugh once wrote..walk gentle on this earth.. and be gentle with yourself...
we support you and hold you in out thoughts
2600 days ago
Just don't give up and remember small steps, small changes!
2602 days ago
Heya hon! ((HUGS)) Don't stress about the gain this week, I know it sucks but you just went through some stuff so you've already been stressing, PLUS your body is still trying to figure out what the hell your mind has been all of a sudden DECIDING to do with it, AND it takes TIME to get into a groove. You've been gone for a while, sweetie, it's not like you should expect that you will be perfect or lose every week. Just breathe.....know that you are consciously doing the right thing. It is SOOO cool to see you vlogging again! WOOOOT! :D
2602 days ago
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