Boss Man wrote:One thing I suggest you do is focus on one thing and one thing only. You may find this useful, ene if it just means making sure you ALWAYS have breakfast at a certain time of the day. You start with a small target, then when you've gotten used to that for about 2 weeks and it happens every day when it's supposed to without fail, then move on to the Lunch and make that a set time every day for 2 weeks, then after 4 weeks you'll be solid and committed to 2 meals a day. Ten pick another goal like one snack, or some light walking.
Boss Man wrote:Baby steps might be the only way, not great strides. iF this means taking 4 or 5 times longer to do what some have done before in their lives, so be it. The fact is it's not a race, its about obtaining the results, in a healthy and safe way and believing that however long it takes it WILL happen.
MissJenaKay wrote:I don't know what a healthy sodium intake is,
Boss Man wrote:Salt GDA is 6g a day, but that's a maximum, so try to keep lower than that. Around 50%-66% max would be better.
musculargirl wrote:Keep it going Jena. Saw that you took a walk the other day. Dancing and yoga sound like a lot of fun. I don't i think have anything like that with my cable that i know of.
When do you go back to school?
MissJenaKay wrote:Haha, I told you, I like walks if I have someone to walk with, so walks with my mom and dogs is fine. As for the dancing and yoga, the dancing is much more fun than the yoga, but the yoga provides me with a more interesting way to stretch and whatnot. We have digital cable with Time Warner here, so I've got around 2000 channels. I watch 3 shows. Lol. I do however love the On Demand channels.
I go back to school around the 1st of September
musculargirl wrote:2000 channels! I would love it although i don't watch tv that much. You got to tell me can you find something to watch when you have 2000 channels, i always feel like there isin't much on??
Sounds like you have a month to workout and focus on your diet before hitting the books!
MissJenaKay wrote:And then Jenna (one of my roommates, we're actually likely to be sharing a room ironic, eh?) and I are going to get a workout schedule going because she wants to go, but she doesn't like to go alone, and I don't mind going alone, so we're going to try to get it set so that we can go together c: It'll likely be later in the evening which isn't my favorite, but oh well. :p
feelin-great wrote:It's great to have a workout partner - it keeps you motivated
feelin-great wrote:I know exactly how you feel, but she obviously doesn't care. I am the worst for being self-conscious around others. But give it a try, you may find it helps
musculargirl wrote:MissJenaKay wrote:just feel like I can't keep up with her.
That's the best kind of friend to have! As long as they are supportive and encouraging they challenge you to keep going.
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