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Saturday, March 23, 2013

I am not sure what the trigger was, I blew my routine tuesday, and then wednesday was caught up in house errands, thursday I just fell into it, and by friday I was sick, curled up in a ball feeling yucky, very much like before I found Spark and attempted this healthy journey. I know in my head that I can't do restaurant the way I used to, I know that I need my routine, that I need to put myself first for a minimum of a hour a day. I know it all, but sometimes I get tired of the routine, tired of the effort, I feel like I am the only one in the house trying, and I fall into it.

Today will be better!
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    I hope you will get back on the horse and keep at it. I didn't and I am now trying to find my way back which is much harder when you've had months of bad days then just the 1 day itself. So I am sending positive energy to you, keep sparking and don't give in. I am trying daily to get back on that horse but I have not done it but I spark everyday now with the hope that just this small task will bring me back to where I was. You can do it. emoticon emoticon
    1886 days ago
    Well, sweetie . . . major HUGS and hang in there. You are picking yourself up and dusting yourelf off and starting all over again. THAT'S what counts. AND you know we're behind you. All the time.

    1888 days ago
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    1889 days ago
    Today will be better! I too have had bad weeks. I have simply chosen to hit the reset button. I am sorry you are feeling alone in this journey. Make sure to use Sparkpeople to find support from others who can empathize. You can do this!!
    1889 days ago
    The one thing that I have learned from Spark is that you can start over as many times as you stopped.
    Today is a brand new day. Make it your Day 1!!
    1889 days ago
    Stay motivated!
    1889 days ago
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