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Day 1

Monday, March 03, 2014

I have had so many day 1s lol that I almost feel like its pointless. The other day I sat and thought to myself that maybe I will just stay like this. My boyfriend likes it Im good. But I know that was the quitter in me that cant seem to follow through with this. I cant help but think that if i had started a year or two ago with a real day 1 how far i would be. But today i dont want to make that some mistake and a year from now be feeling the same way. I started walking a mile a day and doing at home work outs. I was surprised to find that to walk this mile really hurt my legs. i dont remember it ever being that hard. And when I say hurt I mean my calves sting. But i wont give up. I may have had a million day 1s but I have learned from them and hopefully this day 1 is the last one.
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    Everyone has had many many many day 1s. Every single day that you get up, is a day 1. None of them are day 2 or day 3 or day 567. Each day you wake up is a chance to begin again; to start something; to do something you've never done before. I live Day 1 every single day. I consciously decide to eat healthy when I'm faced with temptation. I consciously decide to go to the gym when I could easily stay home and relax. Each day is a decision. I commend you for making your's. Make each day your Day 1.
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    Every journey starts with the first step.

    Watch that you don't stretch your steps too long or you will have problems. Short steps add up faster too!
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    2348 days ago
    ~ Don't let the scale determine your mood! Progress CAN be measured by improvements in our health, fitness abilities, nutritional choices and inner well-being! Celebrate Non-Scale Victories! emoticon
    2348 days ago
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