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16,881 6/28/14 1:14 P
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234 6/28/14 12:53 P
After I get home from work, I take my shower, grab my laptop, and catch up on the daily events in my friends and families lives, then I head off to bed.
Fitness Minutes: (167,438)
19,966 6/28/14 12:22 P
Exercise helps. I also like cooking.
If you focus on results, you will never change. If you focus on change, you will get results.
- It's Janine!
Fitness Minutes: (104,528)
6/28/14 10:33 A
Well, I'm consistent.............was going to post hot soak in the tub, but I already posted that! Let me add bubble bath, a glass of wine and aromatherapy and some yoga. I have recently been introduced to aromatherapy oils and boy, do I love them. I even carry a small spritzer in my pocket at work at spray and inhale. Oh, the journeys it takes me to.............so calming.
Fitness Minutes: (8,467)
6/28/14 10:27 A
Philippians 4:13 I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me. Philippians 4:19 But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus Matthew 6:33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. John 14:6 Jesus said unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life; no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. Ephesians 6:10 Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the pow
Fitness Minutes: (7,603)
7/3/13 6:40 P
A glass or two of wine and snuggle in to a TV show with the hubby.
Time to take care of ME!
Fitness Minutes: (116,545)
7/3/13 5:54 P
about 45 mins on the computer, dinner with my family and then an hour or so walking or working out!
I can do it!! Spark People are the best!
Fitness Minutes: (41,579)
7/3/13 4:49 P
Getting into pajamas early and reading, with my two cats by my side.
My name is Shari; I have been a Sparker since July 2006, I am now in hospice care for metastatic breast cancer, but I'm not letting cancer stop me from Sparking!
Promise me you'll always remember: You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
A. A. Milne
Fitness Minutes: (12,058)
114 7/3/13 4:48 P
Hot bubble bath and candles and music and NO KIDS!!
The difference between your body this week & next week is what you do for the next seven days to achieve your goals.
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7/3/13 4:42 P
watch tv or sit around talking to my DH and DD
"Be not afraid of going slowly, only of standing still"
Fitness Minutes: (11,412)
7/3/13 3:27 P
Read, listen to music, watch a movie, take a long bath, hang out with friends, talk on the phone.
I watch TV, but my hands are always busy with crafts or sewing. It's amazing what you can accomplish just be doing a few stitches a day. Pick a project you enjoy doing and set aside some relax time to do it each evening. Some ideas:
Read and learn something new. Read a romance novel. Take up drawing or painting. Embroider. Cross stitch. Crochet or knit something -- learn and make everyone scarves for Christmas (easy level). Sudoko Puzzles. Jigsaw Puzzles. Write in a journal about your thoughts or happenings in your day. Quilt (this is my favorite) -- make small wall hangings for gifts or yourself. Plan your next day's meals. Meditate for 1/2 hour. Close your eyes and put the headphones on and listen to music. Learn another language. Take an on-line course. Take a course at your local community college. Take up and learn a new hobby like leather craft, stained glass, pottery. Make new jewelry with inexpensive Good Will jewelry or beads from the craft store. Hand-write some letters to friends (wow, won't they be surprised). Walk or exercise. Clean a tiny portion of a cabinet or drawer or a corner of the room. Redecorate or repaint a wall. Research something on the internet that you know nothing about.
There's a great big world out there with endless things to learn about and things to do. The sky is the limit. There's no reason to be bored. Make a pact with yourself that whatever you choose to do, it will be without snacks or foods involved.
Edited by: PATTIJOHNSON at: 6/30/2013 (11:21)
Keep a sense of humor. Remember, laughing burns calories too!
Laugh until it hurts! It's one of the few things in life that's still free!!
Any effort is better than no effort!
Fitness Minutes: (9,429)
190 6/30/13 11:13 A
I go for a walk, read a book, and take a hot shower.
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5,169 6/30/13 11:00 A
swimming, gardening, or reading
6/30/13 10:17 A
a book, tv, a walk, good conversations
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6/30/13 8:49 A
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6/29/13 10:18 P
I walk, bike or read. All good stress relievers. Also I like to "Spark"
"I can do all things thru Christ who strengthens me"...Phil 4:13
"Fall down seven times. Stand up eight."...Japanese quote.
Fitness Minutes: (39,546)
2,643 6/29/13 10:04 P
What always worked best for me was heading to the swimming pool. It is such a different environment, the dis-connect from work stress was amazing. A good workout, followed by a nice shower...and I felt like I was starting a new day! (especially in the summer when it was still light outside--lol!) Enjoy! patti
Patti "You're going to find that many of the truths we cling to depend greatly on our own point of view" Obiwan Return of the Jedi
I have several: First, I walk or bike to work, 1.5 miles. If I walk, I listen to music on the way home (1/2 hr). If I bike, I just enjoy the 10 minute ride home while riding in the bike lanes (YAY!) OR I come home, flop on the couch with one of my three cats & read for half hour or so; just enough to decompress. OR I go for a walk with my friend/duplex neighbor or sometimes by myself. OR I get online & get on SparkPeople or read my Spark emails. I've only lived in my duplex since Nov., so one of these days I'm going to grab a book & go read in the hammock out back. ;)
Edited by: GINGERVISTA at: 6/29/2013 (21:49)
Sue Whittier, NC EST
Fitness Minutes: (7,146)
1,451 6/29/13 9:38 P
I work in a pharmacy & it can be very stressful. I started walking for an hour right after work,not a lazy hazy walk. I start out slow with my ear buds on walking to the up beat music & before I know it I am going off to a good steady pace.When I am done I am tired & sweaty I come home take a long cool shower, then make a smoothie out of yogurt,frozen fruit, & water. I then do a house hold chore then I sit in my recliner on the computer,doing research in History which I so love, or reading a good book or here on Sparks. Judy
6/29/13 9:23 P
It use to be that I would relax after a busy day mindlessly eating late into the night. I would fill my cravings both physical and emotional with chocolates, junk food and anything that sounded good even if I was not hungry.
Now, I am looking for new ways to relax after a busy and stressful day. And, to replace the mindless eating with healthy activities and hobbies.
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