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*blows dust off blog*

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Actually, I should blow the dust off of pretty much everything here at SP. I am so far off the wagon I think I need to chase the wagon down. It left me behind a LONG time ago.

I'll admit straight off the bat that I feel lousy. I've felt lousy for a long time. It encroaches on my life some days. However, I'm doing 1000% better than I was earlier this year. The treatment regimen is starting to work well enough that I need to think very seriously about adding back diet and exercise. Who knows? They may be just the thing to help me heal the rest of the way.

So here's to starting over...again. I'm going completely back to basics--short, simple exercise routines (because that is absolutely all I can handle). Maybe only tracking fruits and veggies and water at first. I want this to be lasting change, not one of those complete overhauls that fizzles out quickly. No sprints here--slow and steady.

So here's to starting over--again. But I'm reminded of the proverb, "Fall seven times. Get up eight." I'm not done getting back up yet, so I know I can still do this. :)
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    emoticon I'm glad you're back. Definitely go slowly. We're here for you.
    2977 days ago
    I figure on this healthy lifestyle journey we all hit bumps in the road (heck, I've actually wandered off the road ENTIRELY before!). The IMPORTANT thing is that we pick ourselves back up and continue to head in the right direction. It sounds like that's exactly what you're doing. Know there are lots of us right alongside you, cheering you on!
    2977 days ago
    You're here, that's a great start.
    2978 days ago
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    2978 days ago
    Glad to here that you have caught up to the wagon and hopped on! Enjoy the ride!
    2978 days ago
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