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First day of school

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Keeping to my goals was ok until it was time to drive home. I ate my apple before i started my 1 hour commute, But I needed sugar and fast. I was weak and ended up ordering a large Dr Pepper. I didn't finish it but none the less I was weak.

1. Record daily Blood Pressure ~121/77 I am pleased with my BP today
2. log daily on nutrition tracker ~ completed
3. walk 6000-10,000 steps per day. (reward for days over 10,000)~ 9615, I may walk a few laps around the pool just to get 10,000 for today
4. Strength exercise 30 minutes per day (a real challenge by its self) Nothing
5. Start each day positive , even if I get stressed at work I will be kind. I started my day greeting my new students with a smile. And I am Learning all of their names to make them feel evtra special!
6.personal time for crafting sewing or reading 30 minutes each day~Nothing

4out of 6 completed I will work on these goals again tomorrow.
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  • MIZINA730
    They're all good, but #5 stands out to me as identifying you as a wonderful person to be working in the school system. The walking is super.
    1469 days ago
  • DARINGR8LY
    Great goals and four out of six is great! Having room for improvement makes you human. You are superhuman otherwise! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1501 days ago
  • STRIBBL
    OH! You're a teacher! Awesome! That's what i'm going to school for! Yay! Don't forget to have your time to yourself, a little every day. Sounds like you sooo deserve it! Way to go!
    1501 days ago
  • X5X52000
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    1501 days ago
  • SLUNDQUIS
    Sounds like you are doing great. Just keep plugging away.
    1501 days ago
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