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Time to be Burtally Honest!

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Now is the time to be accountable for my actions... all of them. I have committed to blogging more often and my food/exercise logs have been public for several months now. Now I am going to post everything not just my good days or my accomplishments but the days I have fallen short of meeting my goals or that I am having doubts or trouble. I even want to post my cheat day. I need to do this not only for myself but for my Spark friends and teammates. I want everyone to be able to see that you don't have to be perfect with your plan to met your goals. I'm not perfect! I want to encourage everyone not just with some words typed in the message board or on their Spark page but for them to look here and see for themselves. See that I have days that I may go over on my calories or miss a work out. To know that as long as you keep moving forward you can still get to your goal. I don't want to say it.... I want to be able to show it. I really hope this is helpful to someone. Feel free to look at my logs anytime. Especially when you feel you have let yourself down or missed a goal. If any of my short comings or mistakes can help anyone then they were worth it.
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  • MARTY19
    Nobody is perfect and we all make mistakes. But for some reason, we all feel better knowing we are not alone.

    Marty
    4023 days ago
  • KACOPHANI
    Remember that you dont have to be cruel to be brutally honest. Be kind to yourself and keep your great attitude. I too am recommitting to logging and tracking everything. Let's do it!
    4023 days ago
  • CHUNKSTER63
    I think that is a great idea and shows true honesty and charachter on your behalf great job and God Bless Tina.

    chunk
    4023 days ago
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