I am currently doing #4, re-evaluating why I am starting to skip my elliptical time. Seems like I am changing my routine, i.e. leaving the house earlier and just skipping it when I get home (too tired or I'll do it later).
Today I got up earlier and having tea and reading this AND will do one hour of elliptical BEFORE I leave house.
So in 2013, I AM re-evaluting my plan and making revisions to make it work.
Thanks for posting this Marci. I think it is the 2nd one that is/was most important for me. Food is really not the issue. You have to figure out what you are hungry for and keep working on feeding whatever that is instead of using food as comfort.
Debbie SW 265 CW 150 maintaining - You are imperfect, permanentlyand inevitably flawed. And you are beautiful. - Amy Bloom
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