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Reformed Whiner Reset Spark Streaks

Monday, March 30, 2009

Well, today I decided to reset all of my Spark Streaks. I had been so inconsistent about completing everything. I want to be a more consistent person. So, I am starting fresh. It feels pretty good. I went on vacation two weeks ago and spent ten days eating. I am not even kidding. It felt like we went from one meal to the next with only meal planning in between. To top it off I only worked out once while I was there and I'm not sure that it really should have counted. It was a pretty lazy workout. All last week I was whiny and tired and my eating was still ridiculous. I woke up this morning, worked out, had a healthy breakfast and logged on to Spark for the first time in two weeks. I also added a workout star to my visual calendar. This is my accountability calendar. One of my staffers comes in and comments on it all of the time. I want to show the determination and drive that I require of all of my staff.

On a final note...our sermon on Sunday was a discussion of whiners. I had never seen myself as a whiner (though I do complain more frequently than I should). However, I realized that I am a big fat baby whiner when it comes to health and fitness. I deserve better than this and my body deserves better than what I am giving it. So, I have drawn a big "W" on my hand with a line through it. No more whining in any aspect of my life and that includes diet and excercise.
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  • v JUST_TODAY
    As a fellow reforming whiner, I can relate!

    Why is it that vacations always seem to revolve around eating? We do that too, it's so unhealthy, not to mention expensive. But the past is the past, you are moving in the right direction now.

    Caution! You have now entered the "No Whining" zone!
    2643 days ago
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