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Monday, June 05, 2017

I go to the doctor today, and hope that he has some sort of answer as to what is wrong with me. I have some ideas, but as of now, there is no definitive answer. Part of what frustrates me about all of this is that for the most part? I feel fine. This whole process started for something unrelated, and I could have gone for years and not known something was wrong. And now I’m freaking out over something that I can’t feel.

That being said, this has been a bit of a wakeup call. I’ve known that I need to lose weight for some time. And as we all know, that is usually easier said than done. But this has been the catalyst, I hope, to push me to take this seriously.

For the past month or so, I have been doing the Couch to 5k program. I really do enjoy it. As I jog further, I am always surprised how ‘easy’ it is getting (though truly, it isn’t easy.. but easier than I expect). To pump things up, I have decided to follow Bikini Body Mommy’s 90 Challenge 5.0. I have done this in the past, and it adds an additional 20-minute workout to each day, so I will have a few days of 2 work outs, and then one full rest day. I may decide that this is too much in the next week and need to adjust, or I may continue enjoying what I am doing. I just know that I cannot give up.
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    Take care of yourself ok.
    1269 days ago
    I know the feeling of having something and not knowing. I thought ok this is just normal feeling and kept going, until one day end up in an ER. The questions that start coming from Drs and nurses, has anyone ever told you. There was a list.
    1269 days ago
    1269 days ago
    I hope your doctor visit goes well and you can get well with just losing weight. This is a good time to get healthy!
    1269 days ago
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