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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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  • no profile photo CD1649508
    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.
    Di
    4474 days ago
  • BARBARA_G
    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.

    Barbara
    4475 days ago
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