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Clawing My Way Back

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

One step at a time...

What happened? Where did she go?

A year ago, I went from working very part time to full time plus. I also went from raging sparkpeople four alarm fire to sad little dying ember.

So here's me. Trying to claw my way back. Again. It was easy when I could spend lots of time dreaming up new goals, plotting my next move and generally pouring all of my mental and emotional reserve into focusing on it. But now... now I have to do it in the midst... at the same time... without hitting the pause button. You know... real life style. Way harder.

Like way, way harder. It's a little shocking how hard actually.

I am hoping if you are reading this, you will help me fan the flame.
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  • ALICIA363
    Glad to see you again!
    1773 days ago
  • ONEKIDSMOM
    Getting out my bellows, here, woman! Yes, emoticon ! emoticon
    1773 days ago
  • GSEATON
    Good to see ya back. FAN, FAN, FAN......lol. Girl, I feel ya. I've been blah as well. One day at a time.
    1774 days ago
  • DDOORN
    Life has been challenging for me as well these days.

    Here's the thing: while workouts take precious time which we may have WAY too little, healthy food choices DON'T!

    So even if workouts may suffer, laser-like focus on healthy food choices and surrounding oneself with quick, easy, grab 'n go healthy foods can be a tremendous help in avoiding / stopping weight gain and hopefully losing, despite not working out as much as one would like.

    Cuz, like, we ALL gotta eat, why not make it HEALTHY?

    Hang in there and keep at it...super to hear from you!

    Don
    1774 days ago
  • MARINGAL
    Check out my last blog on my Spark Page. Hopefully that might give you a little run for your money! ;o)
    1774 days ago
  • SKIMBRO
    emoticon emoticon
    1774 days ago
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