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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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    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
    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
    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
    It's not failing. YOu will get there! That's all that matters!
    3920 days ago
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