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Thursday, April 29, 2010

This is my third day. I exercised quite a bit yesterday, not including all the stage work I did for production today, and what I have to look foreword to tonight and tomorrow!

I decided that I may actually try to do a bit of cardio every day, and try to increase my time by 1 minute. I can do this! :)

It's kind of fun earning points for being good to myself. And I cant wait to cut my hair.. I know this will totally boost my self-esteem; because I don't feel like I'm really.. ME if I'm not. Everyone always wants me to keep my hair long- but I can't really style it, it takes a while to manage, and it's just.. heavy. So this, and my diet, will be for me!

Off to jog for school~~
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  • no profile photo KIWIFISH
    I admire your bravery - I think I am tired of my long hair but I am too afraid to get it cut. .-. I've had the long hair for so long and I'm scared I wouldn't like the short hair xD Can you let me know how it goes? It might help me set my resolve lol
    4028 days ago
    Is your hair super long? I'm with you if it is heavy and you're not happy with it...cut it off! :o) If it is super long you can donate it to 'Locks of Love' and you'll feel even better about it! When are you planning this mini makeover??? It's exciting - I love making big changes! :o) WAY TO GO on the cardio - I need to get off my booty and do some too!!!
    4029 days ago
    That makes sense. Thanks. ^_^
    4030 days ago
    I cut off two feet of hair after I got married. Everyone told me to keep it long, but it was time for a change. Now, everyone loves my short hair, even though it's nothing special. People just like to keep things the same. The reason they want you to keep your long hair is so they can admire what they don't have the time/ability/energy to have for themselves.

    Good for you for sticking to what YOU want :)
    4030 days ago
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