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The Bad Stage

Friday, May 20, 2011

I am at that 3 week point in my road to a healthy life where I start slacking. I haven't been tracking my calories, I am feeling unmotivated and I definitely haven't been drinking my water - more like the bubbly kind except without water, more wine... :) And I have been doing the dreaded nibbling off my kids plates if they haven't finished.

While I have been doing this, I will say I have been exercising everyday this week for 20 - 30 minutes. Just Dance on Wii has quickly become a favorite. I do the intense sweat session and LOVE it! So this is the positive of the week so far.

I need some tips from you who have hit a stride, completed their goals or are completely motivated.

I still have four days until my next weigh in. Help me turn this around. And as I said before, I need a pedicure...I know you don't want to see me in the street somewhere and stare down at ugly feet. LOL.

In all seriousness though - I just need some support from you Sparkers out there, because you are the ones that motivate me!
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  • JEGRANT
    I am sure you will be back on track in no time. The first thing to getting back on track is noticing that you are slacking, which you have recognized! I know tracking food is a bit tedious, but I personally find it super effective for weight loss. It's my biggest help.
    I also find joining challenges is very motivating for me personally, because it gives me small goals to reach every day and I want to do well.
    As for water....I carry a 750 ml water bottle around with me at work and I try and drink 2 full bottles while working. It helps me get my 8 cups for sure.
    Just remember the harder you work the more you will get results and that in turn will motivate you more!!
    3477 days ago
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