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Friday, June 14, 2013

Sometimes it seems that you just can't win. So I resort to comforting, using the old familiar ways. Come on already!!! That is exactly what got me into this situation in the first place. I've been holding on to what's not working in the long run. It is time to let go... make room for the new.
Although I haven't been blogging as much lately, I've still been here... reading blogs, gaining perspective. I know I said that I was looking for a coach... but my stuffy head got in the way of my search, so that is on hold for right now.
What did appear to me and is doable is revisiting Dr. Judith Beck's Beck Diet Solution. I'm in a new place, a fresh perspective...
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    Hope you feel better soon.
    1829 days ago
  • SUNSET09
    I believe in going back to the basics when we fall short, hit a plateau or need motivation! In your new, find what works for you and just do it! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1829 days ago
    HUGS and smiles coming your way.
    1830 days ago
    And, one of my favorite quotes is: "I may not be what I could be, I may not be what I should be, but thank God I ain't what I used to be!"
    1830 days ago
    Love that book! I'm trying to get my head back in the game, too.

    My pants are feeling tight. Even though we are hiking a lot, we are NOT doing the workouts at the fitness center and I've not been tracking calories. TC thinks he may have reinjured his hernia repair, so we are taking a day off from strenuous hiking. Geez, these trails are AWFUL! We did two of them yesterday and abandoned both before getting to the top -- they both seemed to turn from hiking to rock climbing towards the summit.

    Oh well, right? This is a PROCESS and you and I will both continue on, day by day, the best we can....

    1830 days ago
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