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Getting Frustrated

Thursday, February 28, 2013

I thought I could just keep exercising but nooo. Trying to concentrate on eating the right amount of food and exercise right has just been so depressing. I feel like I'll never see 140 lbs.on the scale emoticon ever again! emoticon - It is freezing outside and a perfect time to exercise again. So I shall burn more calories in a moment. I must take the poodles for an outside visit emoticon emoticon those represent my poodles. emoticon I hope everyone feels great today, even if it feels dreary outside.
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    So much of this has to do with your attitude toward it. If you look at it as a chore, it will be. Focusing on the positives of this journey has really helped me stick with it this time. Sure there are times it's not perfect for sure....but that's everyday life anyway. On this date one year ago, I was 20 pounds heavier. I see some people on here that have lost that much in two months and it's like getting kicked. lol But the truth is, I am so grateful that I did stick with it and I did make progress! The progress I see on the scale seems ridiculously slow sometimes, but the progress I have made in my attitude about my health has been HUGE! We won't do everything perfectly everyday....we will "slip". That's okay. We are human. But we get back up and press on and take baby steps if we have to. It's about quality of life for me. And eating healthy foods and moving my body, just makes me feel better! Best of luck to you! I hope today is a very good day for you! emoticon
    1880 days ago
    Keep on keeping on and you will get there!!!

    Have a great day!!!
    1880 days ago
    When the weather changes, we will all change, too, and get outside more and enjoy it!

    Just keep your Spark lit!

    DeAnne, Missourians Team
    1880 days ago
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    1880 days ago
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