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Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Well not totally. I'd like to say I'm right on track but this train has been derailed for quite a long stretch! 6 months and a 20 pound weight gain has left me feeling...well...like a failure. I don't like the feeling but all of my old "tricks" to pull me out of this have failed.

I need a whole new approach. Something that grabs me and holds me tight until I get it!!

Eventually this can happen. Can I put a time-line on it? Not yet. Today is a fresh start though!

Looking forward to spring time!

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    Oh, I can so relate to this! If you go to my blogs, you will see what I mean. :-)

    Reading other people's spark pages and blogs is what I did, and all of a sudden I was back on track, wondering why and how it took me so long (almost ten months) to get here again.
    I've come to realize that I haven't failed if I don't quit, if I don't give up, and it really doesn't matter how long it takes me to reach that magic goal weight of mine. In fact, the longer the better because hopefully by them I will have figured out the best way to stay that weight forever!


    3709 days ago
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    Hey girl it is great to see you back on the site. YOU ARE NOT A FAULURE. You are a work in progess. Don't get so down on your self. You are not alone in this. We all have times we slow down and even run backwards for a while. But it is in the picking ourselfs up and moving on that we succeed.

    Take care and if I can help in any way let me know.

    3908 days ago
    That's a great questions!! Sure wish someone would give me a clue. Or, do we make it harder than it really is???

    3908 days ago
  • KAS1990
    GOOD LUCK to you and continued success - why is it such hard work to be healthy and fit?!!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? emoticon
    3908 days ago
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