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So here we are again....

Thursday, January 05, 2017

So today I feel depressed. Why? Because I made the grave mistake of climbing onto the scale. 98KG! I was shocked and pretty upset with myself that I let myself go over the festive season. Of course I started making all kinds of excuses. 1. Well I wasn't very active for six weeks (I cut my foot wide open on coral and needed stitches - so I was on crutches) 2. It was the Festive Season. I couldn't help myself. 3. And my favorite in January....I am too tired to exercise.

So when will the excuses stop and the work begin? Today! I'm so sick and tired of myself. Of sabotaging all my hard work. If you don't want to start over every time, stop giving up. I know that this is a journey. I know that I need to make good conscious decisions. I need to stop feeling sorry for myself, or stop giving up when I hit a snag. IT'S. TIME. FOR. CHANGE.

My sister is getting married in April. Of course I am Maid of Honor, which means that I will be on way too many photos. By then I want to have dropped at least 10kg. I also want to tone up and become healthier. It is time to start taking responsibility. It's time to put myself first.

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  • CAROLINERSA
    Thanks for the support, everyone! I really need it! I need to make myself culpable for my actions. I'm going to do this!
    1422 days ago
  • CLARE1952
    Good going!
    emoticon You have turned the corner. You can do it. Best wishes on achieving the 10 and tonong up for the wedding. emoticon
    1422 days ago
  • IREMIA
    You can do It. Just do not overstress. Take It as any other period of your life with healthy choices (dont overstress about the wedding-it wont help)
    1422 days ago
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  • AOKDIET21
    You can do it
    1422 days ago
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