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Trying To Keep My Focus

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Hello Spark People!

Today I'm thinking about how hard it is to lose weight. It's so hard to focus on the goal when there's so many temptations out there. Not to mention I didn't feel like working out today, but did because I remember what I needed to do and what good bod I want.

Good thing today: I've worked out and try to keep track of what I ate. I've also wrote down small goals that I want to accomplish.

Bad thing: I ate a bit too much sweets. Not good and not to mention my wisdom teeth hurts. I seriously need to get rid of it since it's being a pain. I ate too much today I think.

I know Valentine's Day is just around the corner (or more like in a day or two) and my mouth has been itching to eat some chocolate, which I have been doing the past couple of day as I received and almost unlimited supply from a friend. Not a good idea to have this much chocolate around but at the same time at least it keeps me from eating too much or at least I hope so.

Hopefully: By the end of this month I can lose 10 pounds at most. I hope that by May I will be 130 lbs or less or around there since there's so many things I need to be thinner for. Mainly myself. However I tried using a dress that I bought as a motivation. The dress is a bit smaller, hopefully one of these days I'll be able to wear it.
I've decided that I'll wear the dress under these conditions or these are the motivation for wearing that dress (and possibly I can buy a new dress too):
1. If I reach 130 lbs.
2. For my birthday I want to look nice.
3. For my sister's graduation.
4. For my friend's wedding.
5. A treat and celebration for me losing 20 something pounds.
If I reach 115-120 lbs then I can buy myself a new dress. I've realized that every pound counts and that it all adds up. That even 10 lbs does make a difference on a person. Anyway, I'm trying to find motivations that will keep my eye on the prize.

Thanks for reading! :)

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