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I've hit a wall

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

So it has happened...

I've hit a wall.
After injuring my neck (nothing major, but couldn't do much for about 2 weeks), I stopped exercising because it hurt too much to do anything or move around a lot, and now I am completely off track. Of course my eating habits suffered with this.
I also have been on sparkpeople less since this happened.

I need to re-motivate, but just have so much going on right now I don't know that I can do it.
I'm switching jobs, leaving the ice cream shop I've been at for 3 years and grown so accustom too, and starting to work at victoria's secret. Also for the summer I will be living more with my parents then where I was living before (not sure if this is going to be permanent or not, will decide at the end of the summer).
I'm in the process of moving some of my things back home.
To try to re-motivate I purchased from sparkpeople two new dvds, and the fit-smart package that they had to have at my parents home and try to rekindle my want to exercise.

Time to get back up on the horse.
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    thank you joy!
    2789 days ago
    Yes, and more important than ever to plan for healthy choices as you are going through so many changes. You'll feel better about everything if you eat healthy, cutting back on fats, sugars, and salt. Have lots of water, fruits and veggies! Build as much exercise into your day as you can. Walk wherever you can. Park in the farthest spot from the door. Pace when you're on the phone. Stand more instead of sitting. Use the stairs. Start your morning with 10 minutes of exercise before you dress--any kind; make it up as you go along! Watching TV in the evening? Most commercials have music; get up and dance! Good luck as you go through this transition. Plan for success! Not planning is a plan to stay stuck! Hugs.
    2791 days ago
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