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Proud of myself

Sunday, January 20, 2013

This is day 22 of my long journey to a healthy and slim life. I'm really surprised about my willpower so far. I didn't even think I'd workout so often and that I'd like it so much. I've lost 4 lbs and my stamina gets more and more. And my new healthy nutrition makes me feel so good, too. I'd never thought I could exercise so hard and get more energy through it because I have multiple sclerosis. But I learn that it's often myself who obstructs the progress and has lack of self esteem.

Well, here I am and just did a 25 minutes cardio and a 10 minute strength workout. Yay! I'm proud of myself.
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By the way I'm sorry if my English sounds a bit strange. English is not my mother tongue.
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  • TWESTEN1
    Yes, you should be proud! Wow, you are doing a fantastic job. It is amazing how different we can feel when we change our diet & add the exercise. I read a while ago about how our bodies are designed to do so much more than we let them... the more I lose & the better I feel, I do believe that! Can't wait to get down to where I should be. Anyway, keep up the great work. You're made super progress and it's wonderful that you are feeling so much better too!
    2443 days ago
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    Great job! Congrats on the loss!!
    2456 days ago
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    2874 days ago
  • HIMBEERNUSS
    I think the best translation for my user name is "raspberry seeds".
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    2875 days ago
  • HIKETOHEIGHTS
    emoticon your English sounds fine to me. I am curious what does your user name stand for?
    2875 days ago
  • KA_JUN
    emoticon You should be proud of your accomplishments! Keep on going!
    2875 days ago
  • SUSANBEAMON
    your english is fine. keep up the good work. you can do it.
    2876 days ago
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