Time to stop being a... well...

Sunday, February 10, 2008

ENOUGH ALREADY!! I have been whining and moaning my way through this horrific sub-zero tundra, and all I have to show for it is a jiggling belly, which just a few short weeks ago was taut. SO... who's getting burned by all of this whimpiness? You guessed it! NO MORE EXCUSES!! I can't wait for the spring thaw to start getting back to my really healthy regime. If I do that, I won't have that spring-ready body, now will I?

I know what you're thinking... "Your three past blogs have been about getting back on track." Don't think I haven't noticed! I am sick of the sound of my own whine!
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    You can do it! Motivation is growing and the weather is turning =)
    4788 days ago
    hi there! i'm passing by and found your blog. you sound like me... attitude is in the right place and having to work thru the PROCESS can be difficult, i'm with you tho'... keep telling youself and it will come... at least your not giving up =)

    I'm just on here meeting motivating ppl and staying on track... it doesn't always mean I'm on a timeframe, just that i'm doing it and it's working =)

    I'm rooting for you till u reach your goals =)
    4838 days ago
    Some ideas for winter exercise:
    1) Make your favorite young hunk chase you around the neighborhood.
    When he catches you, you can then both participate in:
    2) Intense snowball fights with said hot young hunk.
    Then follow up with:
    3) Extreme snow-angel making with said young hunk
    Optional follow up:
    4) Extreme mattress angel making
    5) Repeat exercises in any order for as many reps as possible.
    This exercise regimin has been clinically proven to alleviate the symptoms of spring fever, make the winter pass faster, and induce general feelings of well-being.
    4846 days ago
    YOU GO GIRL! You are so motivating!
    4846 days ago
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