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Not really admitting defeat....right???

Friday, July 23, 2010

So I have extended/changed my goal to the end of January next year!!

Is that like failing?

I'm sick of failing.

I always fill my life with responsibilities and my health always seems to come last. I made a promise to myself which I haven't kept. In my mind it is better to let myself down than others but that is what got me here in the first place. I must keep my promises to myself or I WILL fail.

I justify my inability to lose the rest of this weight by many excuses.

Excuses aside.

Recommitting today.

I WILL finish what I started.

I have enough determination for 50 people let alone 6 measly kg.

I am a fighter.

See you at the finish line. emoticon emoticon emoticon
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  • SNORFSNORKEL
    Flexibility is NOT failure!

    When sailing or hiking, it's a good idea to check the compass and map once in a while, and adjust your course to reach your goal.

    Balance is difficult - and you have a full plate - keep up the good work, keep your priorities in order, and don't lose sight of your goals - any small step in the right direction is a triumph! (In the wrong direction, it becomes a "lesson" - so there is no "failure")

    Best wishes emoticon
    3920 days ago
  • CAFFEINATED_09
    It's important to re-evaluate goals in light of actual circumstances. You are succeeding as long as you continue in a forward motion!!!
    3920 days ago
  • HEALTHYASHLEY
    It is good to readjust goals. Sometimes you can be too ambitious and set yourself up for failure. You can do it! Great attitude!
    3920 days ago
  • _COSMOPAULATAN_
    It's not failing. YOu will get there! That's all that matters!
    3920 days ago
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