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My strength and weakness

Thursday, January 16, 2014

I'm really good at encouraging others. I need to work on keeping myself motivated to work toward my goals instead of getting lazy and giving up for long periods of time.

  
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OPPORTUNITIES 1/16/2014 10:52PM

    The long run is the hard part. You're off to a good start....

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ABC's of ME

Sunday, January 08, 2012

A Yes, competition motivates me to get it in gear!
B Goldie? I've been a ranger, spy, pink ninja and a periwinkle pirate
C 3 and wanting more someday! lol 7 dd, 3.5 ds and 2 dd
D is for Downfall: SUGAR
E is for EXCUSE...too tired, not enough time, don't let me make excuses!
F is for FURRY FRIENDS: 1 cat, 1yo CRAZY beagle named Max
G is for GROCERIES...try to get LOTS of healthy foods!
H is for HOME...ohio
I is for INSPIRE...who or what is your roll model/inspiration?
J is for JOB...SAHM and homeschool mom
K is for KEEP IT SIMPLE.. get some cardio in.
L is for LOG...I have the app on my tablet and phone so I can log my food and exercise
M is for MOTIVATION...scale is more motivating for me usually becuase I can see it faster.
N is for NAME...fir_4_family: I want to be fit for my family but it also means that I want a fit family. My last name is pronounced like the #4.
O is for OUNCES...goal is 64+
P is for PRODUCE...working on this starting this week. but usually not near the 4-5
Q is for QUOTE..."whenever God opens a door, nobody can close it and when He closes a door nobody can open it"
R is for ROUTINE...Don't have much of a routine but want to get to 3x cardio and 2x ST a week S is for STATUS...married 7.5 years
T is for TIME...eastern
U is for UNWIND...crafts, reading, spending time with my family.
V is for VACATION...SPAIN!
W is for WEIGHT WORKOUT...No but want to get2 one in place
X is for "X" MARKS THE SPOT...Get routines in place and stick to them. I need to makethis a lifestyle, not just a once in a while thing.
Y is for YESTERDAY...Allow them to push me forward! Dwelling won't help but suing it to change WILL
Z is for ZERO...my family both immediate and church family

  
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FIT_4_FAMILY 1/8/2012 11:30PM

    Thanks ladies! The uote is actually from one of my pastors snd ithas stuck with me for years now! Most of my family doesnt get why i homwschool. Lol i know it's not for everyone but it works for usz! Looking forward to being a pixie! emoticon

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NANCY-GIRL 1/8/2012 11:18PM

    Love your quote! Hadn't heard that one before.
Looking fwd to spending the next 12 wks w/ you1!

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COLLINSCJ2009 1/8/2012 10:12PM

    I think it is amazing that you homeschool. I could never do it. My cousin homeschooled all 8 of her children and now possibly some of her grandchildren.

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WINKERDINK 1/8/2012 8:25PM

    I'm jealous that you have such young children! I'd love to do it all over again. Every age has such special moments. But it's so awesome to see all of your hard work blossom into wonderful adults too!

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SEANDA 1/8/2012 7:25PM

    Hiya!!! I am a homeschooling mom too! I just LOVE IT! And I am thrilled to be on the team with another homeschooling mom. My life is quite different now that I have 2 teens though. :) Looking forward to getting to know you.

Love your quote. :)

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Another reason to kick bad habits

Friday, September 30, 2011

So, went to the dentist today... first time in too long. Got some not such good news but future issues can be prevented if I make some changes.

1. Snacking, even if it's healthy can cause decay because it causes acid in your mouth.
2. Chewing gum, even sugar free kind makes your body think you're eating so it doesn't help matters as far as health of your body or mouth.
3. Drink MORE WATER ALL DAY! Drinking water all day long helps your body in so many different ways!

Anyway, I have some tings to work on, some bad habits to quit and good ones to begin.

  
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CORINNEMOMMY 11/8/2011 9:10AM

    I feel your dentist advice! So important, all these little things we do to ourselves!!!

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JUSTCHELLE75 10/3/2011 5:42PM

    I am a big gum chewer. Ugh

I do however consume mass amounts of water because it is all I drink

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THEMRSH 10/2/2011 10:11PM

    Reminds me that I have a dentist appt coming up! I better get flossing. emoticon

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EUGENERUGOSA 10/1/2011 12:48PM

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MK_MONKEYTOES 10/1/2011 12:25PM

    Great info!!! I am sure the dentists out there appreciate you reminding us all that they can help us too!!

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SHELLEY81 10/1/2011 12:23PM

    Thanks for reminding me to schedule a dentist appointment!

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FITAT50 10/1/2011 11:00AM

    It's a start Jacquie, amazing what we can learn from our dentists. Thanks for sharing!

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5k in june?

Saturday, April 16, 2011

So I posted on my rangers thread but keep thinking about this. I was online bored since everyone was asleep and saw that in June there is a 5k in my town! It's 1 week after my bday. I thought that would be cool! But then my old self doubt kicks in and I start questioning myself as to whether or not I can really do it or not.I'd love to have someone run with me to keep me going.

Can I/should I sign up for it? Why do these thoughts come in to my mind? emoticon

  
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GOODGETNBETR 4/18/2011 1:51PM

    There's plenty of time to train for a 5k in June, whether you're walking or walk/running it. emoticon

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FOZSPARK 4/16/2011 11:23PM

    I saw you started a C25K program so it would make sense to run an official 5K! It provides a sense of accomplishment that you won't get just by getting through C25K. Not to mention it will provide you motivation to finish the program. I recently finished C25K and ran in a race. It was great. Good luck.

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ABELLEE 4/16/2011 11:19PM

    Hey thank for reading my blog! You should absolutely sign up for the 5K. My DIL agreed to do one with me next week, but I had already decided I would do it alone if necessary... If we can jog around our house we can do the real thing too!
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JAMIECARDER 4/16/2011 11:12PM

    Go for it! If you have someone who wants to do it with you, that is even better. We all know you can make it, even if you walk it!!!

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C2 5K

Friday, April 15, 2011

SO, I started the C2 5K program last week and today I'm on week 2 day 2. I'm actually enjoying it although it is a challenge for me. I never was a runner at all. I tried running with my sister a few times and didn't make it very far! I wondered why on earth anyone would WANT to run! LOL

I don't have a treadmill but have used one a few times nad loved it! SO, I kept seeing people talk about the C2 5K program so I looked into it for myself one night after watching the BL. I got annoyed with myself for not exercising and did day 1 right in my lviing room.

I've yet to make it outside to run. With dh's work schedule and taking care of 3 kids it's hard to find that time BUT I have been using my wii fit free run and it works! Today we're going to my dad's house so I really want to get out and run in his neighborhoood! I know I can do it! I'd love to run an actual 5k some day! emoticon emoticon

  
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FIT_4_FAMILY 4/15/2011 12:56PM

    Rhonda~That would be awesome! Thanks!

IMNENA~YEP anyone can do it. It's only 30 min. start out with 5min walk then it's alternating 1min jog an 1.5min walk for 20min and then a 5min cool down walk. That's the 1st week then it progresses each week. '

Fitat50~Thanks!

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SHELLEY81 4/15/2011 11:53AM

    C25K is what got me started! I was never a runner until I started (when i quit smoking) and now I can't stop! I'm running my 1st half marathon in august! Best wishes and enjoy!

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MK_MONKEYTOES 4/15/2011 11:34AM

    Glad to have you back in the BLC!!! I want to run one as well....maybe we can find one together since you don't live that far from me!!

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IMNENA23 4/15/2011 11:30AM

    I' have been a walker having increased my walks to 7 miles 3 or 4 times a week and keep thinking I should run. Have tried it but don't like to run! LOL! I must check out the C25K! Can a 61 year old run it?
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FITAT50 4/15/2011 11:20AM

    Glad to see you back again! Let me tell ya, I started the C25K at age 53 and ran my first 5k at week 7 of the program, if I can do it SO CAN YOU!! Keep at it, it will happen!

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