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Thursday, October 04, 2012

I need to find a way to get more exercise at work. Its killing me to sit for 8 hrs a day. I am lucky I have SP to keep me motivated. I think tomorrow I will set up some alerts in my outlook reminding me to log off and take a quick walk around the building. Its so hard, they ( and by they I mean the bosses) feed us as a "reward" on monday it was doughnuts, yesterday pizza and today soft drinks! I can only say no so many times! AHHHHH! My word for the week: WILLPOWER emoticon
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  • WATERDIAMONDS
    Perhaps you could bring your own "rewards" to work? Healthy snacks?. When the bosses and your co-workers see you making changes for better health, they may be encouraged to change what they eat themselves.

    Best of success to you on your journey and keep up the good work of staying focused on what you really want in your life.
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    1525 days ago
  • SENIMMO
    Check in the exercise videos, I don't remember the link, but there are some great desk exercises I saw when I was looking for exercises I can do while recovering from my total knee replacement surgery. emoticon emoticon
    1525 days ago
  • 0929AJD
    Today was nacho day - ugh! But willpower prevailed! I said "NO". I have done a lot more walking today, as it turns out, I can find a ton of reasons to walk to the other side of the building; talking to a team mate in person, returning a book I had borrowed, and so on! Today is a Win in my book - Tomorrows challenge - Drink more water! And that's 2 more reasons to get up! emoticon
    1525 days ago
  • POSEY440
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    1526 days ago
  • ZRIE014
    need to find time to walk around and get up and go when you can. emoticon
    1526 days ago
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