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Broken Streaks or A New Opportunity

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Well, I was chugging along on Christmas Eve, trying to get in everything I needed and wanted to get in. I did all my baking, finished cleaning the house, and managed to get ready for Christmas Eve celebrations at my in-laws in record time. We had a lovely evening together, we came home and my immediate family and I spent time together all cozy in the livingroom.

I then had a wonderful Christmas Day with my crew, as well as the extended family on my side. Fabulous!

We were most of the way through Christmas Day when I realized that I had not exercised on Christmas Eve. emoticon

Oh no! After 89 days of my exercise streak, I actually forgot a day!


I was so hoping to get to 100.


BUT ...

I have to take a step back and remember *why* I was doing this. It was to create a habit. It was for a healthier lifestyle. It was to have some fun competition with myself.

None of that has changed simply because I forgot a day.

I simply re-start a new streak. Today.

emoticon of my new exercise streak!

Cheer me on! This time I will get to 100 days!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CATIATM 12/31/2012 12:27PM

    So sorry to hear the *awesome* streak was broken, but here's to a new streak!! emoticon emoticon

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JUSTME29 12/28/2012 9:04PM

    I know you'll hit 100 this time. I'm rooting for you

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CHRIS3874 12/27/2012 9:59PM

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ANGGEL40 12/27/2012 7:58PM

  Here cheering you on..Let's Go! Let's Go! emoticon emoticon

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NIGHTSKYSTAR 12/27/2012 4:00PM

    GOOD GIRL for starting anew!!! and a very happy healthy new year to you!!!

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ANDY_54 12/27/2012 2:27PM

    Good luck with the new streak! With such a positive attitude like the one you have already--you can do it! emoticon

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