Momentum is waning....

Sunday, February 09, 2014

OK January was great, good...fine!

Now into February and Oh's the resolutions are beginning to wane a bit...HELP!!!!

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    2582 days ago
    I'm with you. February is a beast.

    I don't think I can salvage this month, but I'm trying to mitigate the damage so that I can refocus on March. Or, so I try to tell myself.
    2610 days ago
    I love Calvin & Hobbes too! In fact, I raised a son that could easily have been the inspiration for the comic strip!

    Take a look at those resolutions and be honest about them--which ones are working and which aren't. You can pick a couple to stick with and relax on the others until later.
    2611 days ago
    You can do it, start small and find one thing that worked for you in January!
    2618 days ago
    Rename them. Not resolutions any longer - what about calling them goals (or something else that you come up with)?

    My P.O.V. is: You know what it is you gotta do every single day to achieve your goals. So just keep putting one foot in front of the other until you reach your goal.

    If (and when) you find yourself in your way, step out of it, and continue. Yes, continue on your way. You are not going all the way back to the beginning to start over, you are simply continuing towards your goals.

    2618 days ago
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    What do you need that I may be able to offer to help with the whining-oops you said waning emoticon
    I had been doing a bit of whining about how hard it is to not eat everything I want in the quantities that I want and whenever I want them. Oh my, there are an awful lot of I's in that statement I sound like a 2 year old emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2619 days ago
    I love Calvin and emoticon Hobbes. I have all of the books.
    2619 days ago
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