who knew a pedometer could be so inspiring...

Sunday, September 19, 2010

I love/hate my new SP pedometer! My husband had to show me how to use it, how embarrassing is that. And then I kept resetting it back to zero, now that was frustrating, but even with all the lost counted steps I did 858 steps on saturday and many of those were up and down a step ladder, a little one, to rearrange my kitchen cabinets.

So those muscles were a little angry with me Sunday morning until I remembered to stretch them out before I even left the bedroom. What a difference!, I love all these things I'm learning on SP.com. I mean I knew somewhere deep in my dark cavernous brain that stretching was good for me but now whenever I even think about going online I remember beforehand all the things I want to accomplish before I even log in to SP. Like being in school and wanting all that homework done and perfect before getting to class!

Well, okay, not perfect but Sundays steps are up to 1048 and I've been sitting down for the last hour. So now its time to pick up the days mess and tuck everyone in and go do my end of day stretches so that tomorrow I can reach 1500???!!!! Thank you all of you that share your trials and triumphs because it is inspiring and gives me hope! emoticon
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    I try to remember to wear my pedometer each day. I don't always reach the goal I set for myself but I am trying to walk more each day. I am sure you will be doing the same. Good luck with your pedometer!!
    2528 days ago
    I am glad you are using your pedometer. It is really motivating and you end up trying to do a little more and a little more. Good start!!! Keep it going! emoticon
    2528 days ago
    Yes it is. When I joined SP I purchased a pedometer to keep me motivated into walking and tracking my steps.

    I love walking.

    Keep up the good work and let's get this weight off. emoticon emoticon
    2528 days ago
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