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Finding the ambition

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

I has been hard to motivate to do this. But I am really going to be conscious of what I do each day to fill a fitness goal. I think first of it would be making an effort of sticking to this. Each day to do a little something to stick to this new way of thought. I am going to be a more fitness minded being. I will make choices that are positively moving toward a healthier me. I think one part of that is being accountable for using this site. Each day I need to use it like it is a deadline I have to meet for myself each day. And realize this is priority and I come first, I am priority.

I might be easier if I use the internet on my phone and it will become alot easier and more accessible for me.

I also think is would be important to have someone watching that I feel I would not want to let down that person.

I was thinking that since I am recovering from surgery and now out of work. I was givin another chance at life and have so much time on my hands... why not get obsessed with my health and fitness? Give it my all! I always wanted to be a hiker, mountain biker, rock climber. Now is my chance to do that!!!
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    Ditto on Judy's words of wisdom: You are so worth it.

    Blogging and checking in are a great way to help feel accountable too.

    Happy New Year! (why not start celebrating a new attitude today, right?)

    4165 days ago
  • JUDY4652
    Recovering from surgery and having another chance at life is a big kick for motivation - I know I've been there! And I've also proved that if you slip and slide there is always a way back, but you have to appreciate that you are the only one that can achieve this! Once you have accepted this you are a WINNER! And, to coin a phrase, you ARE worth it! Best wishes for a Very Happy Christmas and a very successful NEw Year!
    4165 days ago
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