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Springtime!! A new month, a new beginning:)

Monday, April 01, 2013

I have really "fallen off the wagon" as far as being consistent in my goals to lead a healthier life. I've allowed the problems and stresses from my personal and professional life to stop me from moving forward. And I've let the discouragement of being stuck in a plateau for months now, to hinder my progress.

But NO MORE!! I'm determined to break free from excuses and rededicate myself to achieving my goals. To that end, I'm once again doing the Spring into Shape Bootcamp. When I did this last year I felt really good about my progress, and I want that feeling of accomplishment again. I'm also doing a training program to be able to run/jog a 5K this June. I've walked several 5K's, but I've always wanted to try running in one, so this is my time to accomplish that as well.

I lost 60 lbs last year, but then I became complacent...NO MORE!! NO more excuses!! NO more reasons why I can't do this!! I have more that I want to accomplish!! Now is my time and I am worth the effort!!!
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    You sound like my twin! Come on, girl, we can do this! Let's get our determination on and make April our month of turn-around! Women, start your engines! Hope you had a great day! Keep up the good work! Thanks for the encouragement! Spark on! emoticon emoticon
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    2764 days ago
    Stress truly can throw a monkey wrench into our plans and upset our lives, but sounds like you're getting a handle on this. You CAN do it - you ARE worth it. Let's make this the best year ever! So now we just need to get out there and enjoy spring and keep on moving.

    Have a great week!

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    2765 days ago
    Lost 60 pounds last year? Holy cow, that is terrific!! Now really is your time, and you are definitely worth it!
    2765 days ago
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