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What I Know vs. What I do

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

I know eating clean works best for me, having I been doing that....no.

I know that when I exercise I need to give it my all to get the results I want, have I been doing that....not all the time.

I know that looking in the mirror and complimenting yourself on how far you have come and how great you look is something you should do often, have I been doing that...no.

I don't know what is wrong with me lately I go strong and then wham! big 'ol funk and I lose the willpower to not eat the crappy food that passes by and sitting on the couch or putting in minimal effort during workouts sounds so much easier and it is but no one ever said looking and feeling good was going to be easy, do I know that yes so why am I not following everything I know.

I know it will pass and as warmer weather begins it will start to spark a little more energy because it's beautiful out and you aren't bundled up to hide everything anymore and getting off the couch is easy because it's the last place you want to be when it's beautiful out. Last week it was 80 degrees here in NH which is odd for March but the amount of energy I had was great, then BAM back to typical NH March weather and wanting to curl up on the couch with a blanket and the tv. Either that or TOM is around the corner and is making me a miserable person ha ha.

So here is to taking it one day at a time and changing those behaviors slowly so I can get back to being the me that I want to be.
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    I think we all struggle with this...but calling it out for what it is is the first step to correcting it. So good job!!! You can do it! Keep focusing and do what your background pic says - stop making excuses! :-)
    3364 days ago
    It's the age-old dilemma, isn't it? I think it's a pretty common thing to happen. Guess we just have to push through that lazy inertia, and get some momentum going in the right direction! Let's MAKE today count!
    3364 days ago
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