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Ok I am doing better

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Have eaten my big nourishing salads 2 days in a row.
Took my 45 minute brisk walk.

But I failed to do most of my to dos today. Gee, is it too late? I guess I could do a couple of things if I just get off this stupid computer!

here's the kittie I didn't brush & trim, so I can expect hairballs tomorrow morning.

here's me NOT studying my Bible lesson.

here's the fridge I didn't clean out.

here's the iron I didn't pick up and use.

You know you are in trouble when you spend 10 hours on the computer.

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DRUIDPRINCESS 10/15/2012 5:13PM

    Someone once posed the question "Why do we do our chores so slowly? Surely we should do them as fast as we can so we have more time to play." Now I put on my fave music and enjoy trying to do my chores as fast as I can.

Do you have some music you haven't heard for ages? Why not put it on and get started on those chores.

If you do them quickly you'll have more time to play!
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JILLYBEAN25 10/15/2012 3:05AM

    I can't seem to stop eating salad lately. If it makes you feel better, or not, either way I'll tell you, I've been putting off my to-do list these days myself. I just don't have the motivation to get things done. We'll pull ourselves out of it.

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JUDYHELP 10/13/2012 10:31PM

  emoticon sorry forgot to tell you that cat is so cute. Judy emoticon fingers crossed no hair balls. I have two inside.

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JUDYHELP 10/13/2012 10:30PM

  emoticon you have tomorrow to get started. Sometimes you need a day to just do whatever you want. Split the day up, do one to do item, then one I want to do. That's compromise. Enjoy your journey. emoticon emoticon Judy

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