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Today started out bad..but now feeling motivated..

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

I have counted my calories today...I have done all of the right stuff today but all while knowing that I wasn't feeling strong AT ALL. I was going through the motions because I need to get past today. Last night was a bad night for me and the past few weeks before last night just as bad. It's always so hard to start again. But I decided that I was going to fake it until I make it...So I ate good all day and then I did my day 3 of the C25K program. While I was doing it I decided to sign in to my spark when I was done because I figured it worked before..so let's try it again :) I sat down and started to read. At first it made me sad...I literally just sat in front of my computer crying because I am SO MAD at myself that I did this before and I let myself get back to where I am. How could I do this?? UGH! But then I read my last blog post before this. And I read how when I started before I did 4 miles in my second week. Seriously to me that's pretty big! When I first started trying to lose weight I remember hardly being able to do 1 mile. It was HORRIBLY hard lol. But the last time I did 4 miles in my 2nd week!! That really encouraged and motivated me. I CAN do this again!! I can't wait to see how this goes..I will NOT be back here in 6 months talking about how I have to start all over again...I can't...I am ready to do this now!!
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  • TEMPEST272002
    I know how you feel. I weigh 4 lbs more than I did when I started SP. All that weight back on the body. But neither of us should beat ourselves up. This sht is HARD! The odds are stacked against us and all we can do is the best we can. Faking it till you make it works. Keep doing that!
    2235 days ago
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