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Blah again... :(

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

I am here now just under a year from the last time I was and I feel awful that I have let myself back up in weight and inches! I feel just very unmotivated and blah...really no other word for it. I am mad at myself for it but at the same time struggle with it because i really don't enjoy the exercising at all. And I as well struggle with the eating as I also don;t like to cook. I'd rather 9 times out of 10 go home put a frozen dinner in the microwave, have toast ....or my favorite....grab something on the way home. Being alone doesn't help this. If I had someone at home to cook with things would be way easier. But in all of that I KNOW that I can only dig myself out of this and just get to it. Where I will find the motivation to do it, I am not entirely sure yet. There is a bathing suit staring me down for the end of April...YIKES! I'd rather wear a mumu on the beach at this point.
I got out of bed this morning early 5:15 am for day 2 in a row and did my 10 min trainer exercise. My goals is 5 days a week, Monday to Friday to get me to my goal weight. I am also am thinking about trying the South Beach Diet Plan.
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  • HASU424
    The hardest thing is getting back on the horse, but you're doing it! In a couple of baby steps it will be habit. I HEAR YOU on the food -- to avoid eating nuggets, burgers etc. like my kids, I make myself a separate meal every night. And those dang burgers look soooo much better!
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    3666 days ago
  • EDUKESS
    emoticon , Don't beat yourself up. You are starting new and you just have to take it one step at a time. Start with short term goals, they will be a little less intimating. Every goal you hit will help you to feel better. Keep posting and let us know how you are doing. emoticon
    3667 days ago
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