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Still marching along

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Well, it's been a rough first two weeks getting on track, getting my system used to the program I'm using, and accepting what I need to do to get the job done!!

I'm on a program of supplements for a time. I really need this emotionally and physically - because for a time, it will move a bit faster than something like WW. I need that progress and success to keep me motivated.

However, it's been difficult because it's made me pretty sick transitioning from practically a pure junk diet - to supplements. The body was NOT happy.

I'm hoping this week will be the week it starts to normalize. We shall see.

I only know - I cannot give up. I have parents who live in Florida. They're in their late 70's and in fact, dad turns 80 this year. I need to be able to get there if I need to - and right now - that's probably not possible!

I have physical contions that are beginning to be threatening. I do not want to die from something I could have prevented. I mean, how dumb!!

So, here's another trek into learning discipline, and accountability, and perserverance. Who's with me?? emoticon
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    I know what a hard transition it is from junk food. Good luck as your normalize on your new eating plan. I am with you on the need for accountability, perseverance and discipline about our approach. Let's continue to move toward success in 2009. We can do it.
    4474 days ago
    You don't mention what supplements your on. I hope it's something your doctor ordered. Also I hope you adjust quickly to them so you no longer feel ill.

    I'm with you all the way on learning and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Perseverance, accountability, and whatever else it may take.

    4475 days ago
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