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Lazy ! No excuses!

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Lately I have been extremely lazy! I have not exercised in a month, and ever since I started working at my new job, I have been eating JUNK FOOD! EVERYDAY! This is unacceptable! I feel so disgusted with myself. I will lose this weight by Christmas!
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  • LAKICT1988
    Thank you everyone! I just got a new roommate and we got the same gym memberships, and I am looking forward to see how everything goes =]
    3642 days ago
  • MAIRESAURUS
    A new job is a big change! I wish you congratulations and much success there!

    Now, you've pinpointed how not exercising makes you feel, and that the junk food's making you unhappy, so take those emotions and fuel some short bursts of activity!
    3739 days ago
  • -SHIMMER-ANN-
    You can do it, girl!!
    3740 days ago
  • 1HAPPYSPIRIT
    You have the ability to change....prioritize/plan/prepare/p
    ositive attitude and you will see a change!
    3741 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/7/2010 3:53:32 PM
  • LAKICT1988
    Thank you everyone, I am going back to work today, and I am bringing my own lunch. I honestly don't think I can even look at junk food anymore emoticon
    3741 days ago
  • CALAMITYMANU
    I perfectly understand you, I've been very lazy too lately. I'm trying to exercise more with the support of the SP community. You'll surely reach your goal! Don't give up!

    Manuela
    3742 days ago
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    3742 days ago
  • CALGARYDAVE
    Hang in there!
    3742 days ago
  • MCATHY57
    The first step to making a change is acknowledging the problem. You have done that now.....Go! You can do this! Take control! emoticon
    3742 days ago
  • no profile photo CD7658463
    emoticon Your can get back on track, I know you can.
    3742 days ago
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