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do sweat the small stuff

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

i was just thinking don't sweat the small stuff. i have thought it or said it a thousand times in my life. it is true so many things arn't important and I used to worry about everything o and everyone . then i realized that what will be will be and my worring never does anyone or anything any good exspecially me!!!!!
to me if you have faith in Heavenly Father and in our savior Jesus Christ and you know thier will is far better then anything you can say or do on you own. that when thier will comes into your life everything will work out for the best.
the thought came to me this morning it is good to sweat the small stuff. now not like worring but true sweat and small steps meaning don't just sweat once a week or one every two weeks but push your self to be healthier and more active four or five times a week. why because sweating is important for our bodies. i am not saying die of a heart attack sweat i am saying get your heart rate up for a while . get your rear end off the couch and be active take the steps , not the elavator, park far away from the store so you have to walk. do around the store more then once. just be active.
so yeah lets all sweat the small stuff this week four or five times. hahahah
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    I really like this blog it is so real and down to earth and true thanks for sharing a part of your heart.
    2392 days ago
    All that wisdom in your blog! Thanks for stopping by my page and prompting me to check up on you. August has been a wild month and is soon to end. County Fair and school starting sure chewed up my time but I will try to better and check in more often. Life just has a way of diverting our attention away from
    some very important people-you and my other SP friends!
    Have a great week and know that I'll be thinking of you!
    2392 days ago
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