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Rita: Almost at the end, I can imagine it never will

You know, as the weeks tick by, I can almost imagine that this wonderful experience might just go on forever… Yet at the same time, I’ve realized that it will come to an end. Sure, I’ll being heading back to the gym at the end of this all, win or lose… Yet I’m not sure if everything will be the same. I guess it’s ok though… I’ve still made amazing friends and had so much fun, and there’s still a few weeks left to go!
I have, however, been having difficulty with my food intake over the past few days. I’ve been finding it oddly easy to give in to tempting, sugary snacks… Of course, I’ve resisted as much as I can, don’t get me wrong, yet the smallest slip-ups always make me feel horrid. I know that things still seem quite daunting, and for anyone of the girls reading this, or to anyone, really, I’d like to share something I read long ago. It can be used for this competition… OR anything else in life, really.
“Without errors, there are no victories.
Without hard work, there are no accomplishments.
If you don’t try, there is no hope.
Without an effort, there is no pride.
Without learning to fall, you cannot get back up.
Without a challenge, there is no objective.
Without dedication, there is no passion.
Without a will, there is no way.
Without hope, there is no chance.”
Posted in: Rita Slawinski, Week 9

One Response to Rita: Almost at the end, I can imagine it never will

  1. Linda says:

    Boy, Rita, I feel what you’re saying this week! I can usually resist the sweets, it’s the carbs that get me every time. But just start over immediately if you mess up. Real life eating has ups and downs. Don’t let a single bad choice be anything more than that – ONE choice. Don’t feel horrid – we’re human. Just start over. Isn’t life great that we get “do-overs?” Keep up the great work. It might not be exactly the same at the gym without the competition, but the rest of us were never in the competition in the first place, so we just think of the 7 of you as members. And will continue to think that, so keep coming back.

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