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Thursday, October 23, 2008

SO I am starting over again. I am really exercising this time and I think that is going to make all the difference. I called curves on a whim on Monday to see what their fees are because I was thinking of joining a gym after I start my new job and get some money. They are having an initiation fee special so it would only cost me 75 bucks total to get started. They told me to come in for a free 7 day trial first. I have gone the last 2 days and I feel much better already. Planning on going this afternoon too. I am trying to decide if I sh ould wait until I get my first pay check or scrounge the money up now. If I get going now I can continue my momentum, if I don't I'm afraid I will procrastinate and never join. I do like it there, every one is so inspiring and encouraging, and you never feel like you are doing it alone. You can chat the whole time you are working out and the time just flies by. If I was in a regular gym working out myself I would probably give up in the middle of my workout because there is nobody there to hold me accountable. I think I need to do this. I owe it to myself to do it right this time. I could tell myself that I need to save money and I can't really afford it, or that I am going to be so busy with school and working full time that I'm not going to have time or I'l lwear myself out. But now I'm thinking those are just excuses to not have to workout. Plus, I will proably have mor energy to do all of these things if I just take a half hour out of my day, only 3 times a week. So, I'm doing it, I just have to decide when... I really feel this will be a positive change for me. I'm actually excited!
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