Sunday, March 07, 2010
This is the last day of my blogging on my 28 days to success. In reviewing the last days it looks like there have been some challenges. But, challenges are part of a daily healthy life. I have tried to meet them and in so doing am successful. I feel that in blogging, journalising if you will, I have become more aware of my goals, desires, hope of success and also the error of my ways. It has been at times difficult to enter each day what kind of day it was and some days I did not want to report at all...but have stuck with it.
I will do a summary of the days on my next entry.
Today was a good day with healthy breakfast of oatmeal, cranberries, soy milk, heart healthy vegetable soup with wheat bread, protein bar for a snack, homemade enchilada, apple & a macaroon cookie...7 veggies & fruits. Enough protein, sodium good, calcium on track, balance of carbohydrates, protein, dairy, & good fat...my mufa. My calories were 1383.. with 8 glasses of water. I walked with Leslie Sansone for 2 miles. I slept 7 hours of good sleep....before midnight.
It was a good day.
Goals for tomorrow:
1) Continue tracking food & exercise.
2) Continue with Bible reading & reading the Spark..
3) Get 7 hours of sleep before midnight.
3) Encourage someone else, do something for someone.
4) Reward myself for doing a good job on my blog.
5) Set new goals each day.
6) Prayer to my LORD and God.
7) Eat my 5-7 fruits & vegetables.
I am thankful for :
.My LORD & Saviour Jesus Christ
.The Word of God
.Good healthy veggies & fruits in a rainbow of color
.My two daughters & their husbands
.My 8 grandchildren..Josie, Adelaide, Drew, Israel, Quinn, Jeshua, Silas, & Titus
.My good friends that I can talk to
.My Spark friends who mean so much
.Intelligence for living healthy
.My healthy body & mind
.Beauty of sunshine & rain
.My computer that reaches across the miles
.THE SPARK & Spark Guy
.My virus protection that needs renewal...
"If we are fortunate, we learn firsthand the joy-potential in serving others, and we color our own hearts joyful with every blessing we give out."
- Thomas Kinkade