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Monday, February 04, 2013

I never felt I was one to be affected by the weather, and I'm not sure that's it now, but it has been cold, snowy, and dreary for quite a while now and I'm really getting bummed out. I don't have any motivation to work out and I haven't been eating all that great and I just don't care right now. I have a doctor's appointment in a month and I want my numbers to be better so she doesn't do something drastic but I can't seem to get myself together. I have lost weight since my last appointment and I'm at my lowest weight in years but I just can't seem to get on a roll with working out. I have noticed that even though I'm eating things I shouldn't, I am eating less of them than I use to, and yesterday my hubby and I did the Spark work out with the Super Bowl program that I found Friday so we worked out during the game and it was pretty fun (maybe counteracted some of the crap I ate?!). I just feel like I'm coasting along right now - not really losing, not really gaining, just kinda being. Normally I gain during the winter so at least that's not happening but I really want to show major improvement for my doc. I know I'm just whining here and should just shape up but just not in the mood....what I wouldn't give for a warm beach and some sunshine about now!!!!
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  • THIN133
    Congratulations on your small victories ! Those will make you feel good ! Spring is coming soon ! Hang in there !
    1902 days ago
    I know what you mean! We've had grey, cold, snowy days, and it seems to dampen my spirits and suck the energy out of me. I don't want to do anything except sit by the fireplace with a book and snacks. I'm finding if I can FORCE myself to get up and do the 10 minutes of exercise I will actually get in a full workout. It's the "getting up to do it" part that's hard.

    You may have broken through already with your Super Bowl workout! Find something you can do TODAY!
    1903 days ago
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