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Monday, June 11, 2012

Irish Dance Diet - Don't want to? Do it anyway.




So I have a confession to make.  I didn't blog last week on purpose.  And it's because I haven't been doing very well on the weight loss end of this Irish dance diet (see stats below).

Oh, I've been going to classes and I've been practicing. But my eating has been slipping and I've been letting other circumstances get in the way of my goals.

I even considered giving up and not continuing my Irish dance diet journey. But I realize that I am better than that. And not only do I need to lose weight in order to be a better dancer, but if I don't loose the weight, I may end up with an injury that prevents me from dancing in the future.

I am feeling a bit unmotivated and I am hoping that by saying so it won't drag you down in your efforts to accomplish the goals you have set for yourself.  In fact, I am hoping that by seeing that I am human, and I struggle in my long term goals, that you will see that you are not the only one who is doing something hard, and sometimes falling short.

Even though I don't really like doing some of what needs to be done to get to my goal, I am going to do it anyway.  It may hurt, and it may be hard, but I CAN DO HARD THINGS!

And you can too.


Week Ten

Weight lost=let's just say we are starting over. :)
Total weight loss= 2.3 pounds

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