First week not bad

Sunday, January 06, 2013

I can't believe that we are ONLY 6 days into 2013. It feels like a life time already, but a good lifetime. I'm exercising - I'm happy - and I'm sore, but I feel good.

I discovered that how I think the day will be, it will be. For example, last Wednesday night, I was not looking forward to Thursday. I felt like something bad was going to happen. It kept me up worrying (so against God's will) all night. I got dressed the next day filled with dread.

Of course, when I got to work everything just went downhill. You would think being an HR Manager, I would be used to it. It started with a crazy board meeting then to everyone I came in contact with just seemed to have an attitude. After the day was done, I realized, it was probably me. I set the tone for my day. A lesson that I'm sure I will re-learn many times, but I choose to be positive, I look forward to life, I look forward to love. I'm feeling good, all in all - I learned new lessons and so for that I can say, my first week of 2013 was not bad.

How was yours'?
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    Welcome to SP. It's a great site! Be sure and sign up for Spark America and when you set up your exercises, just remove any you can't do or don't want and put in those you do. Be sure and schedule a day for cardio so you have access to the "other exercises" page where the walking, housework, playing with children etc. are to be found. When you are done, set up your Appointment calendar to send you reminders and when they come, click on the link then fitness and just check them off as you do them. Such a great feature. Use your spark points page to help you use and learn all the fantastic tools we have at this site. Visit others pages and get to know them better. Again, welcome to a great site.

    Mine has been rough health wise as usual but I am persevering!
    1776 days ago
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