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Wednesday, May 08, 2013

I'm stopping by to post a few thoughts about life in my crazy zoo. I've missed SP and need to get back here more often!

I'm currently on Day 25 of a 30 day No Sweets Challenge. I had one cheat for my birthday last week (and it wasn't even that good). The biggest impact this is having for me is proving to myself that I can stick with something for 30 days. That's a healthy step in the right direction.

I just started a workout 30 day challenge as well with a Faith-based Christian workout plan, called BodyGospel. This is day 2 for me so I have a long way to go. But sticking with it for 30 days I should have some kind of results!

Most of the time, however I tend to be focused on the bigger challenge I have: the mental battle in getting healthier! I'm trying to find ways to replace some negative thoughts with more positive ones. I have been on this road so long yet have not been consistent enough to be successful. Definitely a battle for me!

Anyway, I am in a good place right now. Working on good steps and positive changes. Hopefully I'll see some physical results soon!
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    You have made a good start, just keep with it.
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    You are doing great, excellent work and thank you for sharing!
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    I watched a sampler of Body Gospel on Youtube after reading this, it looks awesome!

    You've also inspired me to do another 30-day No Sweets challenge because I've been letting them creep back in little by little, and am really struggling this week to keep the cravings under control.

    So thank you for sharing this blog, I for one appreciate it!
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