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Be Honest Here Jenn

Sunday, February 09, 2014

I am secretly glad I didn't properly give my 30 days notice to the YMCA. I didn't go all of January and didn't see my weight budge one bit. I just had the membership fee hit my account for February and checked in with the YMCA, my membership is intact and I'm glad. I need to get back there, that is my gym and I really love it there and it's not where I cut my monthly budget. I'll be at Yoga with Ginny tomorrow night again. Then back to Body Conditioning with Gathan on Tuesday's and Thursday's.

I'm not going to see anything change until I get back into a regular workout routine. I don't have the best relationship with food, but I do have a good relationship with the gym and that's what I have to nurture. I will never been a vegan, low cal, organic, health nut wonder. But I will healthy for my tastes and then go work out, a lot. I know it's cold but it's going to be and I have to pack this gym bag and go tomorrow. Yoga is tomorrow at 7:30 pm and the best way to improve my skill and practice is to work with Ginny and go to all of her classes.

Exercise is the key and we know that and it's part of who I want to be. Time to pick up the gym rat habit again. I'm going to need the energy with my new job. I don't have to take every class offered. I do have to make time to be there. I changed my mind after talking to my personal trainer friend. We were talking about the price and he said that even though it feels expensive it's not for this area and the facilities are superior to just about everywhere around here. That does it for me. I'm sorry I even went through the motions of quitting and skipped all of January and watched my weight not do anything real.

This will be a good week. Not much internet time in my future so fewer Spark points.

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