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Why is it?

Friday, May 10, 2013

Why is it I cannot seem to get it together anymore here??? I have no words. I do manage to track my food about half the time anymore, but everything else has fallen by the wayside and I have no motivation to do anything about it. I am extremely frustrated with myself, but I'm tired of "promising" myself I will do better and than not do it. So I am not going to say that here...again. What is wrong with me?
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  • MILTONS_MAMA
    I'm not tracking my food right now either. I'm just exercising every day, and putting that in the fitness tracker. But that's really all. I don't feel well, so it helps me just to focus on one thing right now. Find out what works for you. Do you need to write a list of all the exercises that you could do, and look over it sometimes to remind yourself of what is possible for that day? Would meal planning be better than tracking after you've eaten? Are you more motivated when you are around other people exercising? If so, you may need to join a gym or get a fitness buddy. Good luck! emoticon
    1954 days ago
  • JENNIW70
    Thanks for the suggestions....I am currently trying to read at least one encouraging thing (blog, post, comment, etc) here a day. Maybe just maybe something will spark my motivation again.
    2644 days ago
  • EDENFELL
    I was in the same mindset as you for awhile and what worked for me was to focus on having healthy days as a whole rather than tracking every little thing I did during the day. Hang in there. You'll figure out the balance of what works best for you. emoticon
    2644 days ago
  • JANTWO
    Hang in there. You may just need a break. I have thought I wanted to quit logging in and just get off this site, but something inside keeps me coming back daily. I usually find a blog that helps me get more motivated. emoticon
    2644 days ago
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