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Even when you don't feel like it...

The absolute LAST thing I wanted to do tonight when I got home from work was move. 😵 But, with a little encouragement from my hubby and my strong desire to get back into one-derland, I hauled my ass downstairs and made it happen. It's no marathon run, but it is movement, an elevated heart rate and sweat. 💪😎 Even when you don't want to (especially when you don't want to), put your mind to it and get it done. #thejenuinelife #mindovermatter #mentalgame #sorryifthisdoesnotmakesense #iamtired

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