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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

I was going to start with "After feeling disappointed with myself about my long weekend" but to be honest I don't feel disappointed with myself. I knew what i was doing and only have myself to blame.



I woke up this morning in a really positive mood. I know I can be really good food wise Monday to Friday. so I need to put in extra effort to be good at the weekends.



Over the past few months other than normal everyday things exercise has been a forbidden word. The though of putting in the effort for 30 minutes was a no-no.





I've read several times about 10 minutes a day is better than nothing so decided to give it a go. I stepped on the emoticon and within a minute I knew I was going to do more. I did 20 minutes, a combination of walking & jogging.





Long may this feeling last.

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  • SOFTLYOPTIMIST
    I love that once started you just wanted to keep going. emoticon
    2355 days ago
  • BRANDI1809
    emoticon Thanks for sharing.
    2356 days ago
  • DREAMMIIND22
    Hey Girl!

    I'm so proud of you! Take things one day at a time. You know what your doing and how your body feels and what you can and can't handle. The pics are very motivational. Remember, when you hear that little voice in the back of your head telling you to quit, kick that voice away and keep at it!

    Reading your blog, you've inspired me to get back at it!
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    2359 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/15/2013 3:25:58 PM
  • FELINEBETTER
    Loved this blog. Your pics are very inspiring and you know exactly what you're doing. You can do this! emoticon emoticon

    Baby steps is definitely the way to go! Twenty minutes is not baby steps - -but awesome just the same! YOU GO GIRL!
    2359 days ago
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