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Am I ever going to get the hang of this?

Thursday, July 21, 2011

I don't really have much of an excuse. I really have just settled into this laziness. Ever time I eat I tell my self that there is probably somthing healthier I should be eating... but I don't. The only thing that has been redeeming is the moderate amount of activity I have been engaging in, but even that is kind of a fail.

I don't want to make excuses... i just want to change.
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  • INFLATED
    Divide and conquer. Is there a certain meal you go over your calories on, maybe pre-plan say suppers, or breakfast, or lunches.

    Pre-fill sandwich bags with a serving of snacks and label the number of calories on it for something quick.

    I have found that committing myself to my exercise has helped. I need to do the things I have said above. You don't fail unless you give up. You can do it, babysteps is what it takes.
    3353 days ago
  • SILVERCHICK
    I can so relate to how you're feeling. Just lacking motivation right now. I hope we can both find a way to kick some butt!
    3353 days ago
  • ANDEEC09
    I find the following passage incredibly inspiring. I hope you will, too.

    "If I am not for myself, who will be for me?

    No one.

    You have to celebrate yourself, promote yourself, and work hard to fulfill your dreams and desires. No one is going to do this for you."

    Take baby steps. You don't have to change every single bad habit at once.

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    3355 days ago
  • ADY020
    dont quit! i know its super hard, but we cant quit. i always tell myself the same thing and then im all like, "you only have one life so enjoy it!" so then i eat it, then afterwards im like, "you only have one life! what the heck r u doing?!" its so haard!!
    3355 days ago
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