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SHAMAYO
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Today is a New Day

Thursday, January 31, 2013

It took me a while but I finally realized what " One day at a time" means.

I do my best to get in at least 10 minutes of exercise (usually more that that happens) Eat healthy meals and stay positive. When i slip up a little bit I'm not spazzing out inside.

Instead, when I slip, I make a good decision the next time a meal pops up. I don't ask my son to shut off the light/grab the remote/get me some water after a long day at work, I get off my butt and do it myself. It's the little things.

Tomorrow in my 5K training program it is the longest run so far. I'm doing it outside rain or shine...I'm slowing beginning to hate my treadmill. Being outside it so much better but i to scared to get rid of it.

I hope everyone is well, and thanks for stopping by!
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  • v WILSHAR7
    One day at a time is what it's all about. I heard that you burn more calories watching TV standing up than sitting down. Good for you for doing things yourself instead of getting your son to do it for you. I do that a lot myself, but I also have my teen kids do things for themselves to get them moving. They like asking each other to do things for them.

    I added the donut and did NOT go over on my calories, carbs, fats, or proteins.
    emoticon for me!
    1209 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/31/2013 8:09:06 PM
  • v FUN2READ
    Keep on with the treadmill as well as outside. I love the treadmill and wish I still had one.(had to give it up 5 years ago when we moved into our house). But I gave it away to a neighbor who was in the process of losing weight and he really needed it.

    As always- baby steps!!!
    1209 days ago
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