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im sure the majority of tumblrons forgot i existed—because i have been off the wagon for so long.
I’m struggling. I have a hard time being good to my body because I have a hard time believing that I am worth the effort.
But being miserable is starting to seem like a lot more work than working out and eating healthy. It’s certainly taking up a lot of my time.
A back on track plan will begin to form shortly. I have to keep chewing on this.
it’s awful of me to say that “im not worth taking care of”, as I did a couple of days ago. I think my self esteem issues are unwarranted—because they all stem from within myself, not from someone else ever telling me I wasn’t good enough. I should understand that I’m worth the extra effort to put into my health. I think it’s a chicken or the egg situation where I would probably feel better about myself if I was working out but I don’t work out because I don’t feel good about myself.
Change begins with one step, and even though I’ve failed countless times in the last year, I’m going to try again. I am worth it.
The only bad workout is the one that didn’t happen <3
I know sometimes it’s hard to get back on track if you miss a day or more of training. Motivation wanes and you’re not sure how to get started again. The solution is simple. GET YOUR BOOTY UP AND MOVING! Take that first step even if you have to force yourself! Even a 10 minute workout is better than nothing!
But trust me, once you get up, get dressed, drive to the gym, check in and start to train, you will probably find that you do more than you thought you would! It happens to me all the time! Light a fire inside yourself. Push yourself! You got this <3
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and i think that is stopping me from trying at all.
Health and fitness are still a pressing matter in my life…howeverrrr…
I have been reading “The Happiness Project”, and it has really had me in a thoughtful mood, so I thought I would share.
For over a year I have struggled and struggled with the idea of happiness, and a search for perfection. I actually drove myself crazy thinking about perfection and “what is the point of life” when I finally achieve it SLASH “if we can’t achieve it, what is the point?” (looking at those phrases, I just feel yucky about myself for ever phrasing the meaning of life that way…) So the day before I went on Thanksgiving break I ran into this book at the book store and it spoke to me.
Making yourself appreciate your current state of happiness and help it grow…what a good idea.
So I’m about halfway through, and I’m having a hard time with a couple of things, and I was hoping some tumblies could share their opinions:
It is hard for me to identify my own interests and values.
Obviously my husband, pet, family, and friends are important to me. But when someone asks you “What are your hobbies? What do you like?” It is hard for me to answer.
So my question to you, Do you have a problem doing this? What are your interests?
AND SUNDAY THANKSGIVING AND THAT DELICIOUS BUCKEYE PIE.
i dont know how to holiday diet. someone help.