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A good night's sleep & misc ramblings

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

I am a walker. It's the rare day I don't walk. Saturday was one of those days. It was too cold & snowy to take the dogs out (or at least Chester thought so). Because it was a rest day and we went to the movies, I didn't walk inside, either, and didn't get a whole lot of steps in for the day.

I woke up at 2 am and had trouble falling back asleep. The truth is that I rarely have trouble sleeping through the night unless I'm sick or there's something noisy keeping me up. I truly believe that exercise is a key component to a good night's sleep.

We are still walking outside most days, but there are just days we can't. And we often don't get in our second, shorter, afternoon walk. I have realized just how much I have come to rely on that little walk most days. So I'm hoping on the treadmill more often these days or walking with Leslie. Because I want to sleep well!

We met with the second contractor last night (and got a call from a third -- thank you servicemagic!). I like him much better. It wasn't that I actively dislike the first one, but he had some arrogant attitudes that rubbed me the wrong way.

When he came in, he commented that he wasn't afraid of any dog. Well, that is a totally stupid attitude. Dogs can kill. Any dog that has teeth can bite given the right set of circumstances. So that remark right there left a bad taste in my mouth.

As we were chatting (and that was another problem, he was a real chatty cathy), he said that he could tell if a customer was good or not just by meeting them. Well, I ran my own business for a long time, and I personally didn't find that to be the case. I think in general I can read people (like this contractor) pretty well, but people tend to be on their best behavior when you first meet. And good customers turn into bad customers on a pretty regular basis -- it's part of why I am no longer in business.

In fact, our truck driver when we moved was a really nice guy. Until we showed him the chunk taken out of our front step and the chip off of our kitchen island. We didn't do it. We'd lived in that house for 15 years without damaging the front step or the kitchen island.

Anyway. So, we'll see. We still have to receive estimates. That will take a little while. And there are lot of options I have to consider still & make up my mind about -- not just the cabinets and counters, but the configuration of them. Everytime we think we've decided, someone points out some other problem.

Oh, and the second contractor? He grew up in a house about 4 houses down from ours. Small world again.

I'm loving the new year still, despite the cold weather. It could be worse -- we used to live in Burlington, and they got 3 feet of snow. Syracuse got 4 feet. We still don't have that much on the ground. I personally could live without snow and so could the dogs, altho it doesn't seem to bother Lola too much.

But there is just something about the possibilities, the ability to start anew. While the truth is it's just another week, it just feels different. Or maybe it's the vitamin D I started taking.

Oh, don't get me wrong, there are still frustrations. I ran around like a nut much of yesterday with barely a moment to put my feet up. I didn't think I'd have enough time to get dinner done, but I did and it was really good and I was glad I took the time to make something new.

We have a credit card that is only good for online purchases. We got a call yesterday that we needed to verify a purchase or they were going to put the account on hold. We've had a credit card hacked a time or two before, and that is certainly frustrating.

The culprit? My resubscription to Self magazine online for a whopping $20. Hello? For that a red flag was raised?

But on a brighter note, our new DVR arrived on Monday (not last Thursday like they promised, but who's counting?) and I can now watch the Today show at my leisure and pause and rewind and fast forward thru commercials like I'm used to. And that makes me a very happy camper indeed.

Do you think you sleep better when you get in your exercise? How are you feeling about the new year? Does it still seem bright with possibility for you, or do you already feel like you're slipping? If you feel like you're slipping, what can you do to get back on track?

Well, I'm off to watch the Today show!

  
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HEALTHY4JEANNE 1/8/2010 9:40PM

    exercise does help sleeping! Strong believer in that. It reduces my stress
so that I can relax and sleep.


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KEAKMAN 1/6/2010 10:16PM

    Exercise DEFINITELY helps me to sleep better. Usually. Or at least, I have a better chance of sleeping if I exercised that day.

Hope you find the perfect contractor to do your work!

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 1/6/2010 9:56PM

    LOL what a coincidence, I just walked with Lesley (after blowing the dust off its cover) and then I read that you walk with her too - what a small world :D Sounds like you are doing great :D

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JUSTDUCKY1405 1/6/2010 3:09PM

    I use to think I was a good judge of character etc. until we hired the WRONG contractor to do our basement development! There were flags, but I barried them - because he was such a NICE GUY! Yah right!

First Flag - he wanted money upfront! But he gave us this long heartfelt story that he was going through a rough time, and trying to get back on track! Promised he would do a bang up job, and that he and his wife, whom he brought to meet us, were a hard working family, where she worked at the Money Mart... of which, I was able to reach her at, if unable to reach him! True!

Second Flag - he underbid all the other contractors buy 10,000 dollars. My first response to his bid was - what? Well, as long as you can vouch that it will not go up by 5 to 8 grand... he assured me no!

Third Flag - he had no real team! Said he had all these people lined up to fulfill all areas needed, for them to disappear etc. We ended up having to line up our own painter, and plumber! The flags progressively advanced as the project continued. And, nobody had heard of him!!!

Fourth Flag - guesstimate of length of time was amazingly quick!

Fifth Flag - call from government to garnish his earnings for up to 250,000! What! And you know what... we offered to pay him under the table for anything he had left to do! STUPID!

Sixth Flag - project end day came - basement STILL NOT FINISHED! And... he didn't show up! 2 days later, got a phone call that his mother was ill, and he had to go to see her!

Seventh & Final Flag - called wife 3 weeks later to find out she had transferred to another money mart! That's how they cash the cheques without going through a bank and being flagged by the government! AZZHOLES!

Anywho... hindsight is 20/20! I ignored my instincts because he was a one man deal - suppose to handle it all and take any headaches away... was way more of a headache than a relief! He underbid - wahoo... saving tons of money, which it more than doubled in the end after all was said and done! BUT! We learnt a ton! I am not going to be afraid to stick up for myself anymore when it comes to this stuff!

And... I am glad he didn't finish! Because the people we brought in to finish did an AMAZING JOB!!!! And... I have to admit, that some of the work he did do for us, we probably wouldn't have gotten out of others... like all our angled walls etc. Anyways... this is your blog, not mine... lol!

GOOD LUCK finding a match! Don't ignore any hesitations on your part! It's important to click with your contractor... which reminds me... we did click with him though, even fed him lunch and supper when he was working long days!

Sometimes, I think he started with the best of intentions, and than ran away from the government! Maybe he didn't intend to screw us over! Oh well... it's in the past! And I am happy now!



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SEKSUNSHINE 1/6/2010 1:42PM

    A new kitchen is a big decision. I am still trying to draw mine up so it's right before we get started. Good luck with the contractors. I love our DVR!

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HEYRED221 1/6/2010 11:18AM

    I agree with you about exercise and sleep. I always sleep so much better when I exercise. And usually the harder the workout, the better I sleep. It makes such a huge difference in the quality of my sleep.

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BESSHAILE 1/6/2010 9:06AM

    I know I sleep better when I exercise. and here's something I am discovering. I do my main cardio workout in the a.m.and I'm revved all day. then I do my bootcamp video (with a tiny bit of cardio warm up) after work. And that little bit of exercise - maybe 20 minutes max - is helping me stay awake and alert through the evening. Added bonus!

I love snow and all my dogs do too - but they're big dogs with at least some labrador in them. the like to sleep on their backs in the snow when we get any. :D

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Making a list, checking it twice

Tuesday, January 05, 2010

I did spend some time yesterday working on my visionboard for my goals. All I got done was writing out those goals in nice calligraphy -- but it's a start. And it seems to be working already.

One of my goals was to finish our kitchen rennovation. When we moved in, we knew something needed to be done, and I told my husband that I didn't want to do it right before we moved this time. 8 months later, all we've accomplished (or he's accomplished) is to move our refrigerator.

Part of that is because of me. I want to get it right, not get it done fast -- kind of like weight loss, ya know? So I took my time. And when I was ready, he wasn't, naturally.

Now we both seem to be on the same page. We'd talked to a contractor a while back, one recommended by one of DH's coworkers, but I wasn't sure what I wanted then. Unfortunately, that contractor won't have an opening for months now.

I told DH this weekend we could use www.servicemagic.com . Shockingly, he put in the request yesterday. We had someone come out last night to work up a bid, and someone else will be coming tonight.

It's a small world, too. As the contractor was showing us photos of his work, we saw a kitchen I remembered. It was one of the houses on our short list. In fact, we came really close to buying it. He had remodeled the kitchen in that house, and that kitchen is definitely part of what drew us to that house.

The beginning of the year just seems to ripe with possibilities, doesn't it? Now we just have to work on keeping our momentum moving all year long. I suppose peaks and valleys are the natural way of life, but I wish I could bottle the motivation I have right now.

I also need to remember all the good stuff. Despite not losing a lot last year, I DID lose, which is always positive. I have to remember that last year was a tumultous year, with moving away from our home of 17 years and the house we lived in for 15 years -- the house that I loved. Dealing with almost break-ins, hiring a realtor, putting in new floors and getting the house painted on my own or almost on my own. Put in that light, last year was stupendous!

They say that New Year's resolutions tend to fizzle within a month -- sometimes even quicker. How do you plan to make your resolutions into year round goals? How will you keep your motivation going in the coming months?

Writing those goals & actually looking at them is a very good start.

  
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MOMMA_GRIZZ 1/5/2010 8:54PM

    Small world for finding that contractor - that's great! Keep up that momentum! :D

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FIREBALL_V 1/5/2010 10:13AM

    My hubby is the same way, he has to have something to work towards. He loves biking and did a 100 miler last May. When it was over he gained back all the weight he had lost. He is going to do it again, with our son, so maybe after the race, my son will keep him motivated to do more races..:)

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SEKSUNSHINE 1/5/2010 9:20AM

    Sounds like you and the contractor were destined to meet since he did the kitchen that you loved in one of the houses you looked at. Great start on your goals.

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HEALTHY4JEANNE 1/5/2010 8:13AM

    I like to have a fitness goal going at all times. A tri, a boot camp, a virtual challenge. That has helped me with the exercise, which I can say is actually part of my life now.
I know how you feel about bottling up that motivation. I am hoping that see the numbers going down at w.watchers will help with that. If you find something else that works, let me know!
:) Jeanne

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OHYESITSME1 1/5/2010 7:47AM

    I plan to keep my resolutions as year round goals by doing them "one step at a time". Baby steps. They work the best for me.

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Inspiring others

Monday, January 04, 2010

That's part of why I want to tackle a food blog (my passion for food could be another reason). This weekend, apparently, I inspired DH. Not foodwise, unfortunately, he invariably chooses something with the least nutritional value possible.

Working on clearing out "my" room (and I made good progress) inspired him to work on "his" room which doubles as our guestroom. We have no guests coming in the near future that I know of, but it's sure better to tackle it while you have the time. And his was even more of a mess than mine -- and is quite a bit larger, as well, which is why it is the guest room.

It's a start, I suppose.

I must say, as per my friend feed, I'm looking forward to getting back into a normal routine. And continuing to work on my goals. I'm hoping that the snow holds off and some of the packed down stuff melts a bit (unlikely considering our temps) and maybe we can get out for a walk this afternoon. Hoping that simply by cars driving on it some of the snow will disappear and the dogs will actually do something other than shiver on our walk. At least it's in the 20s today, rather than the single digits.

I know many of you actually look forward to going back to work. That it's easier for you when you're in your regular routine. I always found it harder to eat properly when I was working outside the home. I was lucky I worked at a job where I could munch on carrots throughout the day, and even could actually take 15 minutes to sit down and eat some lunch. But I find it easier to eat well when I'm at home and more in control of my food, even when I was working out of my home.

So are you heaving a big sigh of relief today? Ready to get back into your routines? Maybe considering some new routines? I know I'm having to switch stuff up just because of the weather. I didn't get my 10,000 steps in yesterday, despite doing 2 exercise DVDs for a total of about 90 minutes of exercise. I hadn't realized just how much I rely on walking the dogs to get my steps in some days.

But knowledge is definitely power. I will figure out how to get the amount of exercise I need in without our daily walks (altho we'll still be out there walking when we can).

I'm hoping at some point today I'll be able to work on putting my goals for 2010 into some kind of visual format, so I can put them somewhere that I can see them often. Out of sight out of mind, you know. I may not get it done today, but I will get it done. Have you come up with some goals yet? How will you remind yourself of those goals? Do you have an action plan for your goals?

Off to read some spark buddies blogs!

  
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STARTSPARKING 1/5/2010 6:13AM

    I'm glad your clean-up inspired your husband to work on cleaning his room. He may have chosen the least nutritional food, but I think at least you are planning a bug in his head. He may not be making the ideal choices, but I do believe you are influencing him. The process may be slower than you'd like, but I bet he does take notice.

I'd like to say that with the arrival of the new year, I have made grand plans and on a highway to progress. Then again, that is not ideal either. Anyway, I'm still working on my goals and plans for 2010. I better not let too much time slip by. Otherwise, it'd be the middle of the year, and I still haven't accomplished one single thing.

Good luck working on your 2010 plans.

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 1/4/2010 7:50PM

    I love it that I'm back at work - with my packed breakfast and lunch. No time to even think about food (other than what I brought myself). I think I get bored at home - that's probably the problem and food is just too handy being a hop skip and a jump away.

I hope your snow goes away a little bit too. It would be hard on those cute lil fur babies :D

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JUSTDUCKY1405 1/4/2010 5:13PM

    I have been contemplating this, and I have a blog brewing in me brain... lol! Just haven't quite pieced it all together just yet, although, that probably won't happen till I actually start to type it out! OH well! Great Blog!!!

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HEYRED221 1/4/2010 11:45AM

    I am torn. I really enjoyed being off of work, but being at work means I am back into my regular routine, which is what I need. Already have a walk planned with my friend during lunch today.

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DAYHIKER 1/4/2010 11:43AM

    I am a SAHW but still glad it's Monday. There's something about Monday that says it's time to get back to routine. I have some of my goals written down and one of them is to make the vision collage to put up at my desk. We made it up to double digits today, too! emoticon

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SEKSUNSHINE 1/4/2010 9:49AM

    Putting your goals in a visual content is excellent!

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The sweet spot

Sunday, January 03, 2010

Pun intended! I was musing this morning about finding that sweet spot -- that spot where everything seems to be balanced. I've never had a bona fide eating disorder, but sometimes my relationship with food -- even now -- is pretty unbalanced.

I knew it was getting that way when I started to eat a smaller breakfast and drink less before weigh ins. It may seem like a small thing, even a logical thing, but in the end, it isn't. Because I'm not interested in weighing less right now, I'm interested in weighing the right amount for the rest of my life. And if I start playing games with my food, that won't happen. It won't be a lifestyle I can support.

That had been one of my goals last month -- to get back to a more balanced eating lifestyle. Despite "bad" days here and there, I'm happy to say I think I've accomplished this goal. I no longer restrict my breakfast on WI days, and I drink my normal 4 cups of fluid before weighing in, too.

The sweet spot doesn't just have to do with food, either. There's a sweet spot for almost everything in life, including exercise. As I blogged earlier this week, I wasn't able to get the dogs out for a walk one day due to the extreme cold and wind (we didn't walk yesterday, either, and today ain't looking too good either -- may have to train them to use the treadmill after all!), and I didn't get in my 10,000 steps.

On the weekends I usually take rest days. We usually still walk, but I don't worry about getting in 10,000 steps. Sometimes I do, more often than not in winter I don't. Rest days are supposed to be important tools in your weight loss toolkit.

I figured I'd make up that 10,000 step day this weekend. But I realized that I probably don't have to. Even without it, I still lost weight. It's more about balancing my eating with my exercise, not just doing everything by rote. It will not kill me to fall short of my goals occasionally -- in fact, it might just benefit me (I get a lot of exercise most of the time) -- it will only harm me if I make a habit of falling short of my goals, and I have no intention of doing that.

You have to know yourself, tho. You might be the sort of person that looks for any excuse to not exercise. We walk almost every day, in the cold, through snow, but when you combine cold, snow, and high winds, it's just too much for my little dogs. They just don't have enough fat on them to keep warm, even with coats, and they really detest slogging thru slush (I have booties for them, but that's a whole nother post).

So where is your sweet spot? Are you still trying to find it? Have you found it in any areas of your life? What do you think you need to do to find the sweet spot?

  
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JUSTDUCKY1405 1/4/2010 5:19PM

    Great Analogy! I have been slowly edging my way BACK to my sweet spot! I don't recall being there too too often though, but do remember the times I was really there in life. But, I think the basics to getting to a sweet spot way of life is by having NO REGRETS - sick of hearing it yet... lol... I'm not... lol..., and living each day, each moment with presence in the NOW!

To Balance... which I just blogged about today... lol!

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STARTSPARKING 1/4/2010 4:34AM

    I've found my sweet spot in exercise. No matter how off balance other areas are, I continue to exercise regularly. I don't schedule regular days off but do take a day off here and there. Therefore, I'd say my exercise routine is quite balanced. On the other hand, I am still struggling to find my sweet spot in my eating habit. It is far from balanced. That will be my main goal this year and for the foreseeable future.

Keep up your great work. You remain such an inspiration to me with your diligence and consistency.
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HEYRED221 1/3/2010 5:02PM

    Great post! You are so right - especially about down days too! I usually take Sunday's off, but sometimes I still get in quite a bit of steps. This past week hasn't been so good for me since I have been sick, but back to work tomorrow and back to my getting in plenty of steps at work. take care!

Carolyn

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HEALTHY4JEANNE 1/3/2010 11:06AM

    love this blog my friend.
It is so easy to make excuses. Yesterday my sister in law invited me to go snowshoeing with my brother and her. I asked my dd to put my snow shoes in my car. She only put her own in. We get to their house. They are waiting outside for me. And I find I have no shoes. I was ticked. I left dd there to shoe and told her that I would go home to shoe with my dog and then come back to pick her up. OMG, I am kindda glad she forgot my shoes because my lab and i had a great work out. It was awesome.
Did you see? I could have just skipped the whole walk, but instead, I went home and did it anyways. And I was so happy that I did!
this year I am going to get the whole eating thing down. So glad that you are a weight watcher and I have you as a friend.
:) Jeanne

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KEAKMAN 1/3/2010 10:03AM

    I am still looking for that balance in my life. S-L-O-W-L-Y it is coming into focus: how much time and effort on Spark, to log food or not to log, weighing and measuring what I eat, exercising without injury, how to weigh in, all of it is slowly jelling. I am glad to see that those of you I consider "totally 100% with it" are still poking and tinkering and adjusting. It helps me to realize that finding the sweet spot is ALSO a lifestyle. There will never be the one final perfect that's it forever balance - I'll always have to jiggle and juggle a bit along the way.

That's a comfort to me.

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SLCB1023 1/3/2010 9:43AM

    Years of facing WI day does a number on people's minds. Not only eating less but dressing in lighter weighing clothing, slipping off jewelry and shoes before weighing in. Like those earrings are going to weight a lb or more. ACK, the rediculous things we do just because we think the scale is the only tool that reports success!! Thanks for sharing. emoticon

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MSWEEZER 1/3/2010 9:08AM

    I love the sweet spot analogy indeed. I had one of those days yesterday where I didn't get my exercise in but ate well and didn't gain because of it. I think my body DOES need an occasional rest day but getting my head to go along isn't always easy. Go figure. Balance is the key and another area to focus on.

Good blog.

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SEKSUNSHINE 1/3/2010 8:29AM

    So glad you've found your balance. I wouldn't even want to try to puts booties on our boxer!

I wish the sidewalks were cleared off in my neighborhood I would love to take a short walk outside. Doesn't look like it's going to happen anytime soon, it's snowing again! Just have to keep Leslie company.

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ME2448 1/3/2010 8:07AM

    Wow you are in a Sweet Spot.
Enjoy!

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Hard at work on the goals

Saturday, January 02, 2010

I spent some time in "my" room this morning. It isn't easy, trying to figure out where to put stuff in this tiny room lacking space, but I'll figure it out and I WILL be using this room this year.

I thought about my goal to start painting again and sell on Etsy, and realized that I don't have a plan. Without a plan, it's still a wish. So right now the plan is to try to paint for a couple of hours on the weekend, when DH is around to keep an eye on the dogs. And the plan this week is to do it tomorrow (we might go out to the movies today, plus the driveway is almost certainly going to need to be shoveled again).

I don't know where I'll be in 6 months time, but I'm breaking it into baby steps now and not overwhelming myself, so hopefully in 6 months I'll have something to show for my efforts. Now if only painting were a cardio workout.

Amazon is having another fitness DVD sale. So is Target, btw, and I believe Walmart, too (I don't shop at Walmart). I have ordered several more exercise DVDs, and saved a few more in my cart. When I come up with my healthy habits challenge for this month (too busy reflecting on the big picture!), maybe a few of them will be a reward.

I use my exercise DVDs a lot, since I don't belong to a gym. And I get bored using the same ones, so I like variety. Several of these are DVDs I've wanted to try for a long time. I always read thru the reviews, and weed out the ones with bad reviews. I've got some dance, some yoga, and some core fusion on their way to me. The sale is going until Jan. 24th, btw.

Have you started working on your goals? How's it going? Do you even have any goals for this year? Remember, if you fail to plan, you plan to fail -- I truly believe that!

  
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SLIMMERJESSE 1/3/2010 12:57AM

    Wishing you the best in 2010.

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 1/2/2010 1:48PM

    Good for you - yeah! :D I'm still working on my goals but am having a great day and am not letting them stress me out.

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HEYRED221 1/2/2010 1:12PM

    I think you are right to take it slow. We try to do to much at once and then it can backfire. Pacing ourselves and it is achievable. Have a great weekend!

Carolyn

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JUSTDUCKY1405 1/2/2010 11:36AM

    I blogged a few times on failing to plan is planning to fail! So, I definitely agree with you on that! It's so true, and benificial for reflection as well, as long as it is done in a no regrets approach!

And ENJOY your time painting! The peace, calm and serene almost like or perhaps even is, tranquility that comes over you! It's what you body craves, is to be one with the NOW, which in turn allows you to slow down and enjoy the rest of what life requires of you! Like the re-invigorated energy to give it your all when learning your new Work Out DVD's!

Have Fun!!!

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SEKSUNSHINE 1/2/2010 9:51AM

    Yes, you need to get to painting. Thanks for the info on the DVD sales. I'll check them out. Have a great day!

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KEAKMAN 1/2/2010 9:37AM

    I am glad that you are beginning work on "your" room, and I hope that you find it as useful to you as mine has been to me.

Thanks for the info on DVDs. I am still not sure how to make the space in our house work for working out to them...maybe I need a TV and DVD player in my room!

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