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Saturday, October 20, 2012

I guess in some ways its been better than most weekends as I generally seem to go out for fattier breakfasts and tend to run off the rails. Some days I get real discouraged witht his sometimes I feel like I am just going therough the motions and trying to rack up the points rather than remembering I am trying to improve myself. At times I would be lying if I didn't say that this whole thing takes up WAY TOO MUCH of my spare time and that if I could take the time I "waste" entering all of this stuff and walked for EVEN HALF of it I would tend to think I would be better off right now (but then we all know that this is NOT likely to happen inertia being what it is), NO PROGRESS ON THE FENCE AS the weather is crap and I really didn't feel like it (maybe towards the end of next week ).
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    We just have to forgive ourselves and move on. Everyone has their bad days - even the greatest athletes. We eventually succeed because we don't quit.
    2005 days ago
    Hang in there! emoticon
    2006 days ago
    Hi, I am a CATHOLIC CRITTER. I am just coming to say "hi" and remind you that you can do this. About how much time do you spend on here to update and track or something. I am curious, because I used to spend a LOT Of time on here doing it, but I found some short cuts. Do you try and get ALL the points? Including te v videos? Just think..if you do the exercise videos even 2 short 10 minute ones that is 20 minutes exercise RIGHT THERE. Also, huddle and post to the message boards at the same time. Also, share to fb/twitter and read your articles at the same time. Just some things that took me a while to figure out. :P

    I hope you Saturday is blessed and remember emoticon emoticon . Even if you aren't feeling it right, the fact that you are HERE is a first step. *hugs*
    2006 days ago
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