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Thursday, October 25, 2012

So I had a rough few weeks. My kitchen is taking forever (though it is now functional!). My anxiety disorder was really acting up, hubs and I were fighting... not fun. Things appear to be finally calming down, however, and as much as I really don't feel like tracking things and exercising, I really need to. I'm exhausted and feeling "blah" and I know it's because of my terrible eating habits and lack of exercise (OK, and my crappy kidneys). I can't afford the gym, but I did find a new walking route by my house. This weekend I put my daughter in the stroller and she LOVED going out for a walk with me. It was tiring with lots of hills but we made it and she had so much fun, so I'm going to try to do that a few times a week until it gets too cold.

I guess step one for me is pushing through even though I DON'T feel like doing this right now. I know I need to and I'm making myself. It's mid-week and I'm not saying "Hey, I'll just start Monday". I can't really wait. I'm too unhealthy. I want to be healthy and fit and teach my daughter a healthier lifestyle. I just have to get off my butt and make healthy choices. So ready or not, I'm going for it.
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  • CONFUSEDBIRD
    The first step is the hardest! You can do this and learn to love exercise with time! Do you have a habitat for humanity restore there? I see a lot of exercise machines at the one here. You can do this, i believe in you!
    2921 days ago
  • JENCANTA
    Go for it! emoticon emoticon
    2921 days ago
  • HADYDADUBR
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    Set yourself a time to exercise everyday and stick to that time.
    Then it will become a habit that you will want to do.
    Think of fun your daughter is having to motivate you.
    You can do this.
    2921 days ago
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