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Think, Speak, and Act

Sunday, January 01, 2012

In 2012, I want my days to be filled with good choices, healthy foods, lots of activity and positive thoughts. Then my body and soul will be healthy, fit and virtuous.

I'm not going to focus on the weight OR on my body, BUT on the Day!! One Day At A Time.
I have heard it said that if you have one good day and tomorrow becomes more enjoyable this leads to an even better day! As you enjoy the journey, you'll soon discover just how easy it is to love and affirm yourself. I want this not only for myself but for all my Spark friends. Love and peace with ourselves in 2012 for all of us.

If positive thoughts are the precursors to a positive life then in 2012 I will think and speak my reality into existence. I don't know if any of my Spark friends use affirmations but I'm willing to try something new this year, how could it possiby hurt. I have chosen a few affirmations to think and say aloud:
1. I love to exercise.
2. I have anbundant energy.
3. I am a disciplined person.
4. I feel and look great.
5. I make healthy food choices.

Think and Speak and then Act my reality into existence. Action is key in 2012 for me. How about you?

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    Positive thinking is powerful! You are on the right track. The main thing is to keep your commitment firmly in mind. When there are setbacks, just return to your healthy eating and exercising routine the next day. That is the key to success! Good luck and happy sparking in 2012!
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    2208 days ago
  • MERRYMO1961
    Great blog! Living for each day, making healthy choices, and not focusing on the scale is the way to build lifestyle change. In the last 6 months I have heard and read from many sources the positive effects of spoken affirmations. The spoken word is so powerful.
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    2210 days ago
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