Getting Tough...

Saturday, September 04, 2010

Honestly I felt good and stayed with my plan for over 3 weeks. Why does that motivation disappear? I had a horrible day Friday and it was busy, that's what started my down fall. Another thing that I kept falling back on is that Thursday night and Friday night we terribly late evenings so I am lacking some serious sleep time. Which I am sure that is what has caused my motivation to be slim to none. Since friday when I skipped my workout I have been disappointed in myself but I literally keep reminding myself that it is okay to have bad days. I mean literally at least every 15 minutes telling myself to snap out of it and get back on track. I know that it has only been 2 days since the slacking has started but I feel I need to do something now before it turns into weeks or months.

Why do we do this to ourselves? I know from the past that eating better and exercising is such a rush. It not only makes you feel better but gives you that strength and energy that we all need. Why can it go away so quick? Although at this point I am in a rut and extremely tired, I am going to get up in the morning and get some cardio done. I am going to still pay attention to my calories and I am going to still check my bloodsugars. I no longer want to feel as though I am letting myself down so I am just going to suck up this lack of energy and get it done.

Everybody pray for me!

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    emoticon you pointed out precisely what your doing wrong and corrective goals to get back on track. Your mind will catch up after the moving gets going. Sleep is critical as you know. Amazing how our minds will want to revert back to old bad habits and negative thoughts. You are not alone in this dilemma. When your feeling better reflect back to this blog and remember. emoticon emoticon emoticon
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