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Hardest day so far..

Friday, October 16, 2009

...I can feel my motivation slipping, really typical. I am using the tools I have, I reread my goals and arguments for getting there, I reach out for help from my friends and so far it has worked ok.

Todays soup was an interesting creation with apples - I spiced it with curry and cinnamoon and had onions lentils and potato in it. Used applejuice on the verge of going bad as fluid. Niiiice!
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    you have some very interesting recipes for soup. Inspiring me to try more when I am home!!
    3685 days ago
    Nice sounding soup. Some days I change up things, skip the gym, go for a walk etc.
    Have a plan B or make one up on the spot. Just choose. Oh and keep moving.
    3687 days ago
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    Hang in on there! Refocus on your goals, and don't be shy to ask for friends' support!
    I'm sure you'll be fine, some days are hardest than others, but keep it up!
    3688 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/16/2009 11:33:02 AM
    What motivated you to start this journey? Focus on that. We didn't gain our weight overnight, but we sure want to lose it that quickly! It really is all about choices, isn't it? Do I choose to eat in moderation and healthfully, or do I choose old ways that lead to a moment of gratification, but a lot of self-loathing? Hang in there...you're worth it! emoticon
    3689 days ago
    well nothing that we truly want in life is easy. We have to work hard at it and when we truly want it, we not only work hard at it we persist... we are committed and we accept no excuses. Some days, that healthy lifestyle will come to you with ease and other days you really have to work hard to get through that day. But only with persistence will you see results and at the end you are completely worth it. So just keep on moving forward.
    3689 days ago
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