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Sunday, June 20, 2010

um...note to self. Take own advice.

I just posted - and I gained this week - and I was feeling sh*t and thinking bad things about myself even though I had that great victory with the husband... and then I went to have a quick perv on some blogs before sleep... and I went to CJ's blog and she wrote:

"I feel I really need to sit down and rethink why I am sabotaging my own efforts. I feel all pepped up in the morning but as the day goes by I start slipping slowly and by the end of the day I will have binged and eaten really awfully. I dont know what to do!"

and I wrote this.....

I feel your pain. I have all the impetus for starting and none for following through. One of lifes little mysteries. I keep reminding myself what a very smart man told me one - "this isn't easy, if it was - everyone would be thin". We can do it - persistance, vigor, the drive to keep failing and starting over again, that is what will see us through to the end. No matter how long it takes.

I should listen to my own advice more! That is all.

3 comments:

CJ said...

Loved your advice :)

I was surprised to read my words in your post. When I read them here I felt they looked really self-pitying. But I am real at loss. I don't know how to get the kind of strong determination I see in most other bloggers. I feel like a failure sometimes :(

spunkysuzi said...

That is an awesome NSV!!

Tamzin said...

No way CJ... if I had to link back all the times that I've said that in my blog I would have a page long list!

:)

sometimes saying something is th4e best way to defeat it!! Or at least aknowledge the feeling and move forward!

Thanks Suzi! It was a good'er! :)