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Creating permanent COMMITMENT! (Not a NY's Res.)

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

If you have read any of my blogs in the past I am sure you are aware of my lengthly trials...I mean years! By now I should certainly be at goal right.

I mean I have done so much. Logged so many hours of exercise. Drank fish tanks of water. Completed 4 Half Marathons. Completed 1 Warrior Dash. Completed other countless races...too many to count at the moment. The one thing that has not be consistant is my Commitment! Call it motivation, determination, drive or whatever you want but mine WAYNES! Oh boy does it ever and usually at my most inopportune time. Either feet, back or other injuries just put me in the sidelines and I have been a visitor too long!

I titled this blog Creating Permanent Commitment, because without causing something to happen that will not changey ou can only direct your step. I am sick this permanancy is all I want for all future treks you take, or actually that I TAKE! I have already registered for 3 Half Marathon this year.....THIS IS WHAT I DO NOW! Call me nuts, I know I would have before.

I am looking forward to life and all the unknowns, and the knowns. I know I will finally get to goal, I will finally stop binging myself into food commas (not actually happened), but the madness has stopped!

I can't wait for the next year, and the change of a calendar has NOTHING TO DO WITH IT!

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    You clearly have a commitment to yourself - that is why you are here and have been on Spark for a long time. Sometimes when I am not happy where I am (I have been on Spark 4.5 years, I certainly should be at goal too) I remember that if I didn't keep trying I would probably be many lbs in the other direction. You and I - we aren't perfect - but we are always trying, moving forward and that is something we can be proud of.
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