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A Bad Weekend Serves as a Good Reminder

Sunday, February 10, 2013

So the bottom line is that this weekend i kind of fell off my plan. I had alot of homework so I stayed up late to study. The stress got the best of me and i over ate last night and tonight with some foods i probably shouldn't have. To top it all off i missed my Sat/Sun workouts. Oddly enough.... I'm glad that I did it. Im glad I feel like terrible for over eating and like a lazy couch potatoe for not running this weekend. Why? Because it is such a contrast to who I was and who I am working on being.

The old me would do this every day, day in and out then just sit there and feel terrible and useless and fat. It was the worst feeling going to bed every night feeling like that and waking up in the morning like that. The new me eats better and works out, that makes me not feel terrible it makes me feel great! I don't feel like a blob at night anymore because i can go to bed knowing i did something good for myself!

So bottom line, i needed this bad weekend to remind me of how great it feels to get up and do something once a day, to sweat once a day. Its a good motivation for next week and the week after that. I don't think i fell off the wagon this week, i think i just gave myself another reason to keep up my month long good work and good habits! :)

I may not be healthier than i was yesterday right now but i can guarantee i will say that with pride tomorrow!
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    I think your doing wonderful and have good vision of what you want. The weekend is in the past look out future her she comes .Im so very proud of you, your my inspiration to get moving.
    1931 days ago
    This healthy lifestyle is definitely a process - and a big part of the process is forgiveness of self and learning from experiences.

    Hope you have a fantastic week!!
    1931 days ago
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