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Ive just reverted back

Monday, October 12, 2015

Ive done it again... i keep saying im gonna start or im gonna keep up with it and here i am having not worked out since the end of august. Im eating out all the time, im stressed and of course now the scale is climbing back up. I just make excuses to not get up or i make myself feel more tired than i am so that i dont have to get up and workout and its slowly killing me. Idk what needs to happen to make me stay focused and serious about losing weight. Im gonna try again tomorrow with just simply waking up and doing a 35min workout, and i think that if i can actually get that done itll help me some. Im also grocery shopping tonight and im really gonna work to buy healthy foods even though im gonna be short on money this week. Im also gonna take a long bath tonight and try to relax and not stress and im gonna shave, because i am a hairy girl and ive been so busy lately that i havnt shaved so my self confidence is really low and it was already low before, so im gonna shave, and paint my toes and fingers and get myself feeling better. So hopefully i can get back on track, i just gotta find that motivation again, and to some people like me thats the hardest part
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  • VANILLASKY15
    You have to take it a day at the time. I also have to push myself to work out, somuch easier if i dont. But i do know about 10 mins into the workout endorfins will kick in and those weights would be easier or the pool will seem shorter.
    1756 days ago
  • LIZZYLAMBDIN
    U are not alone! I have been in the same shows and today is my new day one. O gained almost all my weight back over the course of 2 weeks of bad ideas. Do not feel bad. It happens. Just look at today and be good today. Tomorrow just fucos on the day.
    1757 days ago
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