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The Best 3 seconds of my day

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

It happened around 7:30pm tonight. I was walking to my car at work. I walked up the stairs (a set of 5 steps) like a NORMAL person. I did not hold onto the railing to hoist myself up. I climbed up, leaned forward a bit and did not feel anything but normal. big hurrah moment!

I am a recovering scaredy cat ever since I pulled my hammy a couple of years ago - I have had a prob with stairs.

This is giant success for me! Woo hoo!

  
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NOTABOUTHEFACE 10/7/2010 10:31AM

    YAY!! So happy for you! Nothing beats those moments of "normal!"

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DJHAR7 10/6/2010 5:56PM

    Good for you--take time to savor the small moments!

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TONYSSCARLETT12 10/6/2010 5:41PM

    Way to go!!! emoticon

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BODYREMEDIATOR 10/6/2010 3:14PM

    What a great feeling!

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BAYBELIEVER 10/6/2010 2:44PM

    That is awesome! Celebrate all those non-scale victories! That is the true achievement anyways! The scale only confirms what you already know!
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SHUTUPANDSMILE1 10/6/2010 1:35PM

    That is amazing! Keep up the good work! emoticon

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JENNRUHE 10/6/2010 1:23PM

    Awesome keep up the good work. It's hard to do something when your scared so that's a great accomplishment. emoticon

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LOOKN_UP 10/6/2010 11:29AM

    emoticon Yay!! Keep up the great work!


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POOKAQUEEN 10/6/2010 9:54AM

    Yay! Awesome! Congrats!

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BRIGHT551 10/6/2010 9:25AM

    A definite WOOHOO moment!!! Congrats and keep up the great work!!!!

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DIFROMWYOMING 10/6/2010 9:12AM

    Woohoo indeed! I loved that I finally conquered stairs...until this darn faciitis popped up and now I have to be careful with them again! Good for you!

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MUGGLE_MOM 10/6/2010 9:11AM

    You Go Girl!!!!!!

What a HUGE accomplishment!!!!!!

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MSHOPPER63 10/6/2010 7:30AM

    How Awesome for you Mickey, this will be one of many great moments you will have, has you become healthier !! It's these little things (or not so little) that keep us motivated. Thanks so much for sharing and my friend you are doing emoticon

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BOOKLVER81 10/6/2010 5:37AM

    WOOHOO!

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RIGBY31 10/6/2010 12:30AM

    What a great moment! Hurray!

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BIGBOOTYBETTY 10/5/2010 11:33PM

    You are doing it! One step at a time! emoticon

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BRAVENEWGRL 10/5/2010 10:35PM

    Total woooooooooooooooohoooooo! Go you!

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THEONEBLUEGECKO 10/5/2010 10:23PM

    Congratulations!

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Banishing the P word

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

My frequent quest for perfection has gotten me into trouble more than once. Initially, it sounds like a lofty goal, but in actuality (for me), it's a death sentence as I have a tendency to wait until everything is perfectly aligned before I take action. When are things perfectly aligned? Next to never. So, I wait, and in the meantime, I could be making small steps towards my goals, and chipping away at what needs to be done, instead of waiting for the perfect wave.

Here's what I am doing to change that.

GET ORGANIZED

MAKE A DOABLE PLAN; WORK THE PLAN

ASK FOR HELP (stop pretending I have everything under control!)


To get more organized, I have cut way back on watching tv. I am like a bump on a log if I am watching tv. I barely even catch the morning news anymore. I can find out what I need to know when I am in the car. Gotta love the radio.

Simplified plans work best for me. 20 mins cardio every day is where I am right now. It's more than I used to do. I am amping that number up. Today, I have made a goal for myself. It is walk outside around the perimeter of the building once every hour I am at work. It includes going up the BIG hill. That hill is shrinking. I still huff and puff when I get up it, but my recovery time is improving.

I am having a hard time sticking with a food plan, but I am staying in my caloric range. I know I could do a lot better in this area, and I am trying to figure this out.

I have an "I can do it all" attitude at work. I live by this code. Yesterday, I asked someone to sit in for me at a meeting. HUGE step forward. I had to avoid a panic attack last night when I read their email to see all the things that went "wrong" - but I calmed myself and remembered that I don't always have all the answers - nor do I need to have all of the answers.

What kinds of things do you do to keep yourself organized and on track? What plans do you have? How do you keep yourself on track? What do you do to move past wanting perfection and just getting it done?


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RACINGSLUG 10/7/2010 9:02AM

    Oh, man, do I understand perfectionism. It has taken me a LONG time to finally accept that I can't be perfect and never will be. And it's true, there will never be a perfect time, there will always be something happening. At some point it comes down to being honest about your priorities and not making any more excuses and just doing what you gotta do.

Right now I am juggling a number of responsibilities: doing well in graduate school, performing at my internship, keeping the house clean, staying connected to my husband (and my cat), living a healthy lifestyle, making time for other people, etc. It's not perfection, but you know I am handling things a lot better this year than I did last year.

For me it starts with just tiny steps every day. For instance, the cleaning thing is something that has happened not all in one day but over the course of a couple of months. I started by sorting through 3 papers every day, or putting away 5 things before I left a room. I also planned an hour of housework a week on top of that minor daily maintenance. And two months later, the house is staying clean on a daily basis, and I've moved into cleaning cluttered spots like closets. I do a load of laundry a day so it never gets overwhelming. (I use the cleaning example because prior to these last couple of months I was a disorganized mess for my entire life. I regard my clean house as something of a miracle.)

All things in life are like that. Just a little bit at a time, consistently, can go a long way.

I'm not sure what my plans are right now, lol. Just to survive grad school I guess. Losing weight would be ideal but given how busy I am right now, I'll settle for not gaining. I am trying to exercise on the weekends and eat 90% good stuff. I'm far from perfection on this one, but some effort is better than none at all.

One thing I have learned is that I can spend a lot of time planning and not a lot of time doing. I used to make elaborate to do lists and try to schedule out every minute of the day. Now I just do things as soon as I think of them. The minute a bill comes in, I pay it. The minute a paper hits my desk, I sort it. It saves a lot of time. I have decided the most effective plans are the most simple ones, the kind you don't even have to write down.

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SUNSHINE1234 10/7/2010 8:54AM

    i use to try to be "perfect" but it was too much trouble so I became a "procrastinator"---from one extreme to another, lol. You will work your way thru this!

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DJHAR7 10/6/2010 6:08PM

    I'm not very good at planning or perfection. I am a procrastinator with a capital P. Sometimes we adjust our goals if we are having trouble accomplishing them. Small improvements are easier to make. I love your writing style!

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DIFROMWYOMING 10/5/2010 8:25PM

    Now I just make a plan. It doesn't have to be a perfect plan, it is just a plan I can live with...and then I move on from there!
Good for you! Life can really get along without us sometimes!
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HVMBRU 10/5/2010 2:32PM

    Like I think you said, one keeps waiting for that "magic" moment to get the momentum. Well, the momentum only starts after we have gotten off our duffs!!

Helen (P.S. I'm back on my duff!)

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PARKERB2 10/5/2010 11:09AM

    I used to get stressed when I made a mistake or couldn't do something right. I've learned better and I'm not nearly as nervous and anxious as I used to be. I still show up early for most things but I guess that's a good thing. I have a schedule that works most of the time and I don't beat myself up is it gets off track a bit. I'm still learning to go with the flow to an extent. I feel learning how far to go is one of the answers to keeping yourself from getting to the point of trying to be perfect. Have a good day, MickeyMax and keep Sparking.

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DONNAEDA 10/5/2010 10:36AM

    perfection has gotten a lot of us in trouble. No one is perfect and maybe we use perfection for an excuse not to accomplish our goals. "If I can't do it perfect, I won't do it at all." I agree we must banish the "P" word.

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BLESSED2BEME 10/5/2010 9:55AM

    The P word gets me in trouble too. Sounds like you are working a great plan!

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LOOZINITNOW 10/5/2010 9:37AM

    Perfection is my enemy. This is something that I am really working on myself. We can do this with small changes, day by day.

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BRIGHT551 10/5/2010 8:46AM

    I have to give myself a "everything doesn't have to be perfect" pep talk. Realize that I am human and will make mistakes but that doesn't mean it is the end of the world. Pick up and keep moving forward with good habits. Your plan seems like you are heading in the right direction!!! Keep it up!!!

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EMILYBBB 10/5/2010 8:33AM

    Perfection looks at the very long-term goal. I just try to make one improvement after another. When I get one new habit online and I can do it without a lot of effort, I add another or I enhance it to make it more rigorous. Things are slowly getting better in ways that I never expected. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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EMILYBBB 10/5/2010 8:33AM

    Perfection looks at the very long-term goal. I just try to make one improvement after another. When I get one new habit online and I can do it without a lot of effort, I add another or I enhance it to make it more rigorous. Things are slowly getting better in ways that I never expected. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MEL_UNRAU 10/5/2010 8:12AM

    Oh Perfection! How you taunt me too! For me, it isn't so much that I wait to start something until everything is ready, it's that I have a hard time calling anything "done" or completed until I have achieved perfection... be it icing a birthday cake or losing weight. Must be PERFECT... oh, me, oh my!

My plan has long been one of "one more". Drink one more glass of water today than yesterday (within reason! No need to drown myself!). Do one more rep with the weights than last time. Run one more minute than I did yesterday. Eat one more veggie. That kind of thing. It is what helped me build the habits. I didn't have to start out at a place of perfection, because there is always tomorrow to add "one more". And when I start feeling off track, I can always get back on track by adding in "one more", again.

I felt like I got pretty off track this weekend. Ate a bit of stuff that I shouldn't have and my workouts weren't the best. (Reality check: a shared order of fries, a shared piece of cake, a slice of sugar-less pie and 2 glasses of wine over 3 days do not the end of the world make! This is where my perfection kicking in!) But, because I feel off track, I am doing my one more! One more glass of water today. One more set on the weights (because today is a weight day!) and one more serving of freggies at each meal today. I'll be back to my "self" in no time...

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STEPPYSUE 10/5/2010 8:08AM

    Sounds like a doable plan. I bought a pedometer with a connection to the computer so I can see my progress in living color. My aerobic steps, aerobic time, etc all out there for me to see. I call him Pedro (PEDROmeter) get it? He's never left my side since I bought him, except at bedtime that is. That just wouldn't be right!
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It Doesn't Just Happen

Friday, October 01, 2010

You make it happen.

Change doesn't just show up suddenly one day and say hey - I think you have been waiting for me.

Nope.

Change happens when you make it happen.

It's all about me, baby. And I am gonna make it happen.

Every day.

Baby steps for sure, but it is still going to happen.

Heck, it is happening.

I had 4+ veggies every day last week. Wait? Really? Woot! Woot!

I am doing tons of cardio --- but slllllllooooooowwwwww cardio. I need to work on the intensity and not worry about the duration as much, and I will get there. It's happening.

Good things are happening.

I am happening.

Hope you are all have a GREAT Friday and a happy Spark week!

WOOT! WOOT!!

  
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ALLTHNGSPOSSBLE 10/4/2010 4:57PM

    Make it happen. Only you can.

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NJOHNSTON64 10/4/2010 2:16PM

    Small changes make a BIG difference!!
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LOOZINITNOW 10/4/2010 12:55PM

    Just the enthusiasm that I needed to hear! emoticon

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WILLIAMV3 10/4/2010 10:00AM

    Keep up the good work. It's not a race. emoticon

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LINDY2202 10/2/2010 1:47PM

    Things are happening and you are making them happen. WOOO hoo! emoticon

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BRIGHT551 10/2/2010 10:29AM

    Happenings are GREAT!!!! Keep up the good job!!!!!!

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SKYRUNHER 10/2/2010 10:10AM

    WOOT~ that's awesome! I have to keep reminding myself that the weight did not come on overnight and it will not come off overnight! Thank you for reminding me that slow and steady wins the race!

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HVMBRU 10/2/2010 9:14AM

    Happy Days!

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KIYOSHI04 10/2/2010 9:04AM

    love it!

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BOOTYLICIOUS83 10/2/2010 2:20AM

    good for you!!

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1STARVINGARTIST 10/2/2010 1:15AM

    Good for you and awesome blog! You are doing it step by step! By the way, my cardio is slllllooooowwwww too! I need to work on that too.=) Very inspirational. Thanks for sharing!

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1STARVINGARTIST 10/2/2010 1:14AM

    Good for you and awesome blog! You are doing it step by step! By the way, my cardio is slllllooooowwwww too! I need to work on that too.=) Very inspirational. Thanks for sharing!

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AFTERMYKIDS 10/1/2010 8:06PM

    emoticon YOU are making it Happen! emoticon Keep it up!

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DESERTNATIVE1 10/1/2010 2:24PM

    Thanks for sharing. Your words are motivational. Keep going!! emoticon

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19PITSY53 10/1/2010 2:17PM

  great for you and I'm getting my mind and body into the game too.

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PATRISNA 10/1/2010 9:17AM

    emoticon emoticon Mickey!

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DONNAEDA 10/1/2010 9:14AM

    you are indeed a work in progress. You go girl

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IMNENA23 10/1/2010 9:10AM

    Way to go! Keep up the great work!

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MEL_UNRAU 10/1/2010 8:56AM

    YEA!!!! You are doing so great!!! That is incredible! You are making the change happen and I am so proud of you!!!

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    Woot, woot! Good for you! emoticon

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RMCNEAL122 10/1/2010 8:07AM

    emoticon so much for this blog. emoticon on your success thus far and wish you much more. I have been slowly sleeping back into old habits of emotional eating and making excuses not to exercise. that ends today! I am making it happen today- 8 glasses of water here I come.


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Now What?

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

I found an old WW weigh-in booklet and realized my losing streak is in nearly the same spot now. I am eating much healthier than I have in the past --- but I still need a major overhaul and a drill sergeant to get me to exercise. What will it take for me to get my head in the right spot? I have made so much incredible progress - including today when I whizzed up the hill of hell. I have never gone up it so fast. Granted, I felt like laying on the ground when I got up it, but my attitude towards that hill has totally changed. I embrace it. I used to walk around the longer way to avoid it, and then, ahem, take the elevator.

I am doing it. I am moving along. I just need a kickstart to get myself going in a major way. I want to be one the downward trend again.

All is well. Just another rainy day on the east coast. We have not had rain for so long, I think i forgot how to deal with the dreariness (plus the allergies, and the work stress, and the tiny little bank account.) ha! I am slightly worn down but I will be back in action. I have come too far to let myself retreat now.

Woot woot!

  
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ADIPOSEROSE 10/2/2010 11:59AM

    Hey, Mick--we needed the rain, you know, just as sometimes we need a boot in the buns to get us moving. This is not about anything you ever did (or didn't do before). Einstein said that madness was repeating the same action, and expecting it to have different results. This is NOT the "same old, same old" diet trap you and I and a hundred thousand others have fallen into--lose weight by swallowing this pill, drinking this liquid, waving this magic wand. It doesn't happen that way. It happens the way we've always been told it does, by our most honest (and least appealing) advisors: diet & exercise, expend more than you ingest, challenge your body to work and play harder. You will get "into" exercise when you stop letting yourself look at it as torture. Instead of saying "I'm not going to the gym today," tell yourself, "I'm only going to do half my usual workout." You'll find that since you're already there, and already working, it's no big deal to finish, once you start. The trick is to give yourself the freedom to say "I CHOOSE to do this much, and not a lift or a minute more if I don't feel like it." I'm not a bad girl because I don't feel like doing all four reps--I'm tired, or I'm stressed, or I'm feeling pressure because I have other commitments--but at least I'm *doing SOMETHING*! I've found that allowing myself to say no more often makes me say yes. I'm still not crazy about exercise--no treadmill junkies here!--but I don't *hate* it the way I used to. And I can stick with anything that works. Zeroing in on my 40th pound . . . down 2+ jeans sizes . . . can walk past a mirror without cringing. I'm not on a timetable--I'm doing this FOR ME, not for some guy, or to impress my old classmates, or to fit into some dress for somebody's wedding. If I have an "off" day--stuff happens--and I just get back on track the next. This is not a temporary change. It's a lifestyle conversion, and I passed the acid test this past month, when the goodies were all around me every single day at the office. (They call it Food Month--because it's the annual absolute worst four weeks of any contracting officer's life.) I didn't touch the munchies, but for a couple of grapes and a sliver of really good cheese . . . I *could have*, if I wanted to, because I no longer listen to the Mama voice that says, "I'm ashamed of you." I am going to be 59 in January: I can eat what I damned well please, thank you, and do it without guilt, if it's a conscious *choice.* But I *chose* not to, and therefore didn't feel "deprived." It would be nice if I could eat that stuff--it would be nice if I were 35 again--but neither is the case, so no use whining about it. YOU, TOO. You have *choices* and you've made the CHOICE to be healthier and happier--not on somebody else's schedule, or according to anyone else's style or regimen--MICKEY'S WAY. Keep it up, kiddo--you're doing fine!

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DIFROMWYOMING 9/30/2010 11:49PM

    You are doing so well, and even though my friend NATF HATES this phrase...this is not a race! You are not in a hurry to get anywhere...you are in training for the rest of your life. Keep moving yourself where you're comfortable and you'll be fine.
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PARKERB2 9/30/2010 1:05PM

    emoticonOne hill down, many more to go. But that makes us stronger. Keep up the good work. Have a good day.

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PROMISE2DESIGN 9/29/2010 12:50PM

    You don't need a drill Sargent. In your mind, make small goals. Things you see yourself doing, like avoiding the hill. You go up the hill and it gets easier every single time! Maybe walk up the hill twice just to show it who is the boss! Keep weeding through the accommodations you may not have realized you've made for yourself. Just a suggestion. Congrats on your weight loss! Have a great Sparkin' week friend. emoticon

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BRIGHT551 9/28/2010 11:39AM

    emoticon Remember this is a one hour, one day at a time achievement......Don't look too far ahead and get discouaged........Look at your progress so far and know that YOU can do it. The drearies can put a damper on things but remember this........there is a rainbow somewhere......put that rainbow in your heart and wear it proudly for all your hard work!!!!!

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SLIGHTLYBRAINY 9/28/2010 10:35AM

    It is difficult to break with the old eating habits that got us where we were when we started with Spark. You just need to find something that works for you.

For me, it was finally understanding that I just could not start one more stinking "diet" and that I just had change eating habits.

You are doing SOOO well, keep up the great work and just remember that you TOOK the hill from He**!!!

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JEN_BACK2BASICS 9/28/2010 10:32AM

    Hey, I just got myself out of the drearies! It's not a fun place to be. Mine was accidental - I went shopping and tried on what I thought would be a too-small jacket, just to see how far I had to go. It fit! Brought me right out of my funk.

Use that hill to get you out of your funk. Or find something else. What can you do now that you couldn't do before? What would you not have if not for all your hard work so far? Enjoy it!!

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LAURA9021 9/28/2010 8:50AM

  Congratulations on beating that hill! Keep up the good work, we all know some days are better than others!
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MKT-PLAN 9/28/2010 8:26AM

    I agree with doing little things consistently. Try to make a game out of it. How many days in a row can you walk (or whatever exercise you choose). How many days in a row can you drink your water? Get 8 hours of sleep? write down your food? Etc. You can do this! This is the time of year we start to get overwhelmed by everything. Do something consistent and you will be where you want to be in no time! Head up and eyes on the goal! Hugs!
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POOKAQUEEN 9/28/2010 8:02AM

    Little steps. You are doing great and making so many changes. Keep the little steps going for a big change!

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MUGGLE_MOM 9/28/2010 7:51AM

    This is a tough place to be. You're doing great but you want more. Just remember to be kind to yourself. Sometimes this weather and life's little idiosyncrasies make that hard to remember to do. I'm sure you'll find a way to get yourself pumping iron if that's what you want. Its your life. You choose.

You're a wonderful, strong, powerful woman, who can whiz up any hill that you put your mind to.

Wishing you a wonderful day!

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NWLIFESRC 9/28/2010 7:30AM

    Keep up the good work feel your pain bank account and exercising. good luck

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5 mile yard sale

Monday, September 27, 2010

The hot and spicy food fest was a bit of a bust. It took under 2 hours to get there so it was not a complete waste of time. We did buy some smokin' hot "ghost" pepper stuff that would burn a hole in the roof of normal people. Hubby Rick does not qualify there so he was only too happy to get some of that along with some kicked up preserves, rubs and hot sauces. Thanks, Heartbreaking Dawn!

We came home and cruised to one of the neighborhood towns to check out a flea market. We actually came upon a town wide yard sale. We walked through it for miles. My face was BEET RED towards the end which I mistook for sunburn. After we chillaxed afterwards, the red all but dissipated. I guess I was just HOT.

I bought a wire scroll plant holder that I will use for a jewelry display at the craft fair ($1), a teddy bear in very good shape for a friend who collects bears ($1), a set of wine charms which I will use to harvest the beads (50 cents), and a free book on gift packaging. It was towards the end of the day where the person just wanted it hauled off. ha ha. Thank you!

I love having fun on only a little dough. Our finances are kind of strapped again, so this will be a good way to keep us rolling along. We're doing fine, just tight towards the end of the budget before I get paid. (monthly!)

Wishing you a happy sparky kind of day!

Mar

  
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TAMMI57 10/3/2010 3:33PM

  I love garage sales!!!!!! Glad you had fun!

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1STARVINGARTIST 9/27/2010 10:48PM

    Sounds like a lot of fun! I LOVE flea markets!
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DIFROMWYOMING 9/27/2010 6:00PM

    Sounds like fun!

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BRIGHT551 9/27/2010 12:21PM

    Gotta love a good bargain at a garage sale!!!!!!
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TERRIJ_1 9/27/2010 12:04PM

    What a dream come true miles of garage sales I'd be doing a happy dance emoticon

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JEN_BACK2BASICS 9/27/2010 11:55AM

    Miles of yard sales? Woo hoo!

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PINKZESTY 9/27/2010 11:15AM

    sounds great! I love yard saling and finding a great bargain!

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