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Procrastination is NOT my identity!!!

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

"A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step."--Lao-Tzu

"Bad habits are like a comfortable bed, easy to get into, but hard to get out of."--From Joyce Meyer, Making Good Habits, Breaking Bad Habits

"The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing."--Walt Disney

I want to know that I am doing my best, making the best choices I can make (not that other people can make for me), and making progress toward my healthiest life. I can't do my best, I can't make the best choices, and I can't make progress toward my healthiest life if I put things off.

I don't need to wait on instructions from my doctor or hear his concerns about how I need to lose weight and eat a healthier diet. I know that I'm not at my ideal weight and I know that I don't eat a healthier diet. I just put off the things that I know I need to do. And now, I'm paying for that. I have high cholesterol, kidney issues, possible gallstones, most of which are caused by my diet and not exercising doesn't help, either.

I am excited to see where this journey takes me. I am excited to see my results and know that I have conquered my eating habits and lack of exercise. Procrastination is NOT how I want to be defined.
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  • TXPATRIOT
    I can relate to your blog so much.

    I didn't have any health issues, but I was a ticking time bomb. I kept telling myself that I can't wait a disease or a condition, then do something.

    I know you can break through your tendencies and do this with determination and perseverance!

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  • STINASTEW
    You GO GIRL!! :) Get past the procrastination & the rest will come way easier!! Keep breaking those habits & remember that the journey is for you & your future
    2310 days ago
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