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Making a schedule

Saturday, November 24, 2012

I have decided that I need to schedule my daily exercise like any other kind of appointment and not let anything get in the way of accomplishing it. It is too easy to push that aside when other things seem more important. But, I need daily exercise. I need it for my mind, and to be able to make my weight loss goals. I am also going to schedule my food. I need to have a plan. I need to be tracking everyday. My weight is not budging. I have to take this more seriously if I want the results I seek. I am making a commitment to myself to do better at this, and to put myself and my goals at the top of my "to do" list.
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  • v TATTER3
    I'm right with you! Routine is the key for me! Keep Sparkin'!!!
    1278 days ago
  • v FRANCO1230
    That sounds like a FANTASTIC idea! I have set schedule for my workouts, too, and everybody in the house knows they have to pretty much work around that schedule for "everyday stuff". NO spur-of-the moment out-of-the-blue "can you take me here?" during my workout time. The only time it is negotiable is obviously for important events--holiday gatherings, family parties, etc.--but those things you usually know about far enough in advance to reschedule your planned workout.

    Good for you for putting yourself at the top of the TO-DO list. Personally, I think it is the #1 thing mother's fail at the most, and not realizing that doing so will usually make us better mother's!
    1279 days ago
  • v TATTER3
    Keep Sparkin'!!
    1279 days ago
  • v -VIXEN-
    Yayyyyyy for making yourself a priority! I am sure it will have a ripple effect and make all areas of your life better and better. :)
    1280 days ago
  • v CATLADY52
    A very good idea! emoticon
    1280 days ago
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