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Old 05-01-2014, 11:49 PM   #21
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It is scary how old habits are lurking in the shadows ready to attempt a return if given the chance.

It is gratifying how quickly getting back to healthy habits can shine a light in the dark corners.

The slippery slope is tough whether it's a few pounds or a few dozen pounds, I'm scrabbling back up trying to get back on unslippery land...

I just came back from a vacation where I was relatively "good" basically got exercise, ate healthier foods than I would have in the past, but on returning home I felt like slacking off, not tracking, not getting the same level of activity, drinking some extra to the grocery store, got back on plan for a few days, now I feel like my new old self, if that makes any sense. The first day back on was super tough, the next day better and now I feel again like I'm back.

Mrs Snark you're an inspiration, we've got this!

If I'm not willing to put in any more work, then I have to be satisfied with the results I've achieved. If I'm not satisfied with the results I've acheived I have to put in more work. - Kaplods

Thanks to Diana and GardenerJoy for threads that keep me going month after month!

Success leaves clues, look at what the people you admire are doing to succeed.

Quitting does not get you closer to your goals. Do not quit - adapt

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