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Saturday, September 22, 2012

I don't know why but I have failed all my challenges this week. I know that I lack motivation and energy. I know I can't give up on myself. I seem to do that too often. I have put everyone else before myself. So I just need to step back and rethink things. Do I have to many things on my plate? Do I need to cut back on the things I do? I hate the feelings I get when I fail. Or give up on myself. I need to take control of my life starting now. So there are a few words that I have to remove from my vocabulary They are: I can't and fail. Will see what happens. Today is a new day. emoticon emoticon
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  • DR1939
    Perhaps you need to refocus and attempt fewer challenges. Sometimes our goals aren't realistic. The idea is to train yourself to certain levels and then to move slowly to the next level. emoticon emoticon
    2067 days ago
    It's not a's a stumble. It's only a fail if you quit trying!
    Everyone isn't going to do everything they should all the time. You need to forgive yourself, regroup and push forward!
    You can do it! emoticon
    2068 days ago
    Just a suggestion: Instead of focusing on failure or what you didn't do -- focus on your positive achievements! Such as: I blogged today. I supported other Spark members. I drank all my water. I walked 20 minutes. I tried a new vegetable. I tried a Spark Recipe. I got 8 out of 10 right on a Spark Quiz. I spun 5 points on the Spark wheel. I logged all my calories. I was extra nice to a co worker. Whatever it is -- be sure to put some positive energy out there instead of focusing on lack of achievement.

    Whatever your achievements are -- celebrate them!
    2068 days ago
    No one likes to fail but , it happens to all of us. Last week was a terrible week for me, I slipped a little. Forgive yourself and go forward. You can do this , If I can YOU can believe me. Just make your goals realistic. Slow and easy is the best way. Do not get hung up on he scale. Think of non-scale victories. Your doing well ! I am here if need to talk. Hugs LIL Racer emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2068 days ago
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