Keeping Fit in 2020

How I’ve Managed to Stay on Track

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Every New Year, most people set goals or make resolutions to eat healthier, exercise more, get back in shape, and lose weight. This generally stems from the feeling of guilt after all the holiday indulgences many of us treat ourselves to at the end of every year.

Most people give up on their resolutions well before the end of January. For myself…

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G. L. Balend

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A gay, transgender writer who primarily writes about LGBTQ issues, focused on the transgender community. (He/Him) https://glbalend.medium.com/membership

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