Starting Over...Again.

Monday, February 17, 2014

I get tired of starting over. It seems like I'm always starting from ground zero. I make it so far up the ladder and then I lose my footing and I'm right back where I've started...the bottom. Something has got to give. I'm frustrated. My resolve warbles so, it doesn't know which track to be tuned into.

I'm making strides though. I'm working on creating new routines. Ones that won't find me worn out and ready to throw in the towel as easily. I'm eating better than I have ever eaten. EVER. I want this to be a lifestyle...not a trend. I want to live healthier, stronger and longer for my kids...and one day...their kids.

So, in the meantime, I am choosing to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables (even though they are robbing my pockets right now). I work out at least 3 to 4 times a week. I have upped my water intake and rarely drink sugary drinks. It seems as if I was doing everything right, huh? Well, in the upcoming weeks and months, we will see. We will definitely see.
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    Thanks for the encouragement! I guess getting up and starting over is part of the battle. I just wasn't looking at it like that yesterday.
    2100 days ago
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    2100 days ago
    I know where your coming from.Don't set your goals too high.Do things you enjoy and don't compare yourself to others.
    2101 days ago
    LOL, I'm always reminded of the saying, "If you're tired of starting over, stop giving up." but I'm guilty of it too. I've started over again and again, but I've learn to accept it as part of the journey. You'll never get up that ladder if you don't start over. So kudos to you for starting over!!
    2101 days ago
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    2101 days ago
    There is nothing wrong with starting over . There is a problem when you fall off, emoticon and not pick yourself up again
    2101 days ago
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