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I'm Struggling ..

Saturday, November 02, 2013

The weekends are always hard on me. They are so relaxed, and when we have weather like this, where it's just super rainy and cold, I can't go out for a walk so I have to rely on getting my exercise done in the form of a DVD. I'm trying really hard not to just eat ... It's what I would've done in the past, so I'm here, talking about it .. I'm hoping I will get thru it and I can focus on exercise. My house isnt exercise conducive really. I have hardwood floors, and a small (very small) living room. We dont have a TV in our living room so I have to use the laptop .. these are excuses though, because the truth is, I havent even tried to exercise in my living room (we just moved here last month) So, I guess I should give it a go .. see how it works ...
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    Just hang in there! I'm struggling in a different way. I tracked my food accurately, stayed within my calorie limits, limited my sodium, drank 8 glasses of water, and exercised every day, but my weight stayed the same this week! I refused to be discouraged though! We must not be overcome by challenges! emoticon emoticon
    1665 days ago
    Just keep busy - that's what I do. I am constantly cleaning or re-arranging rooms. emoticon
    1666 days ago
    I always try to workout at the same time every single day. This way, I leave the emotion and questions out of it. You don't question how you brush your teeth when you wake up right? Well, after a few weeks of consistently doing the workout at the same time, it'll become "normal." Sometimes we allow the weekend to be a little different, but when it comes to brushing our teeth, it really isn't : ) Neither "should" the workouts. That's what I try anyway...
    1666 days ago
    you know they are excuses so just stop using them, you can do this, remember YOU ARE WORTH IT!
    1666 days ago
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