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Wednesday, February 06, 2013

As I walk this journey I am on I find many detours along the way! This past weekend ,I was out of town at a soccer tourney in Fort Wayne Indiana with my daughter, eating planned meals at planned times was impossible! I thought I was making good decisions but still managed to go over my calorie count each day! The good thing about journaling what you eat is you can look back at the end of the day and see where you went wrong! I have realized weekends are not my friend but it will not deter me! I know that two days doesn't kill all the work I have done! I also know that in order to be successful you have to set mini goals.
Here are just a few of my mini goals:
1. keep track on paper or Lose It(app) everything I eat.
2. do three sets of the following exercises per day: push ups(on counter), squats with chair, crunches
3. drink one gallon of water per day (still haven't attained this one but getting much better)
4. eat earlier and wake up earlier.
As one of my favorite Church Hymns say:

One day at a time sweet Jesus
That's all I'm asking from you.
Just give me the strength
To do everyday what I have to do.
Yesterday's gone sweet Jesus
And tomorrow may never be mine.
Lord help me today, show me the way
One day at a time.... ♪
Have a great week everyone!!!:)
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    1860 days ago
    Hope you are doing well, keep your faith! emoticon
    1861 days ago
    I loved your outstanding blog! I going skiing next week and hope the time on the slopes will offset the restaurant eating and crazy schedule. I like my routine and understand how stress and being around other people who like to eat can throw everything off kilter. My favorite part of this is your song "One Day At A Time Sweet Jesus" I never focused on the words before but they are great for everyday! emoticon emoticon
    1865 days ago
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