September Goals Revisited

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

So far September has been an epic fail. Seriously my face should be on the Fail Blog website! But the good news is there is still 22 days in September to turn this around. Okay, so I might not be able to lose 10 pounds, but that was a lofty goal anyhow. I'm leaving work in about 10 minutes and heading to the gym. I'm embarrassed to say how long it has been since I've been to the gym. But I'm going. And I'm turning this month around!
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    at least u didn't wait until sept 30th to re-evaluate the mo right? emoticon
    so there is still a lot of sept to turn things around wishing you a successful turn around emoticon trish
    4340 days ago
    Ok so you have had a few rough days. Pick yourself back up and start again. Get up early and get in a good workout and great breakfast. You have all the tools to do it. Good for you for recognizing the issue and taking action. Tomorrow is a chance for a fresh start. Get back on the wagon and enjoy your day!
    4344 days ago
    I did make it to the gym this afternoon. I did 40 minutes of cross ramp. But when I went to do my strength training, all the weight machines I needed to use were taken. I got frustrated and went home. Just reminded me why I like to go in the morning.
    4344 days ago
    Oh boy do I hear ya! I was not horribly bad over the holiday weekend (Hey, I even passed up campfire smores!), but still ate more than I should have and drank about 6 Hard Mikes in 2 days. lol

    I have to reel it back in and board the train! Good for you for heading to the gym today!
    4344 days ago
    I have been working so much that I have not been concentrating on food lately! Bad idea, I can rellate!
    4344 days ago
    Me,too. I had done well until this past weekend came. Let's turn this thing around! It's going to be a great rest of September!
    4344 days ago
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