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It's simply exhausting...

Monday, May 20, 2013

To make excuses about why I cannot workout

To allow myself to eat poorly for weeks on end

To go shopping for new clothes and realize I've actually gotten bigger

To try on 10+ outfits because I don't feel good in any of them

To roll my eyes when my husband gives me a compliment because I feel it's a pity compliment

To feel non-sexy when I try to dress up for date night

To look at pictures from when I go out with the girls and realize what I ACTUALLY looked like

To sit and think about how good I USED to feel when I was consistently running and working out

To look at pictures from a few years ago, when I was trying to get in shape and lose weight, and think "I wish I was back there..."

To feel happy for my friends that are working out and feel healthy, but still feel a little jealous because I want that for myself

To beat myself up for feeling a little jealous because "I'm the only one to blame!"

To want to dress cute, but move back to an old t-shirt because my rolls don't get along with my cute shirts

To feel like crap because I eat like crap

To sit here and go through these things when I KNOW better...I know how to do it, I know what it takes, I know I CAN do it...

To continue down this path...
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    Make the decision and follow through. Learning new habits IS hard, but worth it.

    DeAnne, Missourians Team
    1827 days ago
  • BILL60
    So, what are you going to do about it??????
    1827 days ago
    you know thats the whole reason i began to lose weight, right?
    it IS exhausting.
    and its easier to do something about it than to think about it all, every single moment.

    1828 days ago
    Realizing it is a HUGE step. Just take one more!
    1828 days ago
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