Monday, April 08, 2013

I've been losing weight... slowly.
I've been working on getting divorced... slowly.
I've been learning to start a home business...slowly.

I've been going more and more slowly until it feels like I'm going to stop. So for now

I will begin to exercise reliably again... slowly.
I will wait for my divorce court date (next month) while time passes... slowly.
I will be more and more involved with SP and my SparkFriends whom I know I've been neglecting... slowly.
I will pick up the pace on learning my trade and how to manage a business... but slowly.
I will slowly speed up and get myself to where I deserve to be! I may have to start slowly but so long as I don't stop completely, I'm still getting there... even if it's slowly.

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    Look at how much you have going on. Doing each part slowly is a GOOD thing! Trying to accomplish everything at once quickly causes mistakes and exhaustion. Be the turtle - you'll get there and feel great about it!

    Don't forget to celebrate the milestones along the way to keep you moving forward. Oh and a DATE in your awesome new dress will be one of those milestones! Woohoo!
    1897 days ago
    Slow and steady wins the race! emoticon It's better to not rush weight loss anyway because if you lose it too fast you might just regain it quickly too. Hope all goes well with your SP goals, your divorce and your business. emoticon emoticon
    1897 days ago
    I don't think slow is necessarily a bad thing when you have so much on your plate. It gives you time to plan, to reflect and to think about where you are going and how you are going to get there, If you are losing slowly that is the weight that is going to STAY off!! Most importantly like you acknowledged you did not stop completely so slow is good as long as you keep moving forward!!
    1897 days ago
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