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*Just Begin*

Thursday, February 07, 2013

I'm feeling really good about this week after successfully completing the "exercise for 15 minutes before snacking" challenge.

Today I've been thinking a lot about this phrase "JUST BEGIN".

I don't always follow this phrase. Far from it, in fact. The Garfield-lover in me loves the phrase "Why begin today what you can put off until tomorrow?"

These two words, though, "Just Begin", are packed with power. How many times have these words gotten me off my tail? Plenty. It could be anything from starting a workout to cleaning the house. I often get bogged down by a feeling of frustration because some things just feel "too monumental".

So I'm challenging myself this week to take notice of all the times when these two words could be applied and how well it worked out for me.

The possibilities are endless:

*Getting in all my veggies
*Getting up a little earlier
*Cleaning the house
*Starting my taxes

Looking forward to the week and its possibilities!
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    Great post! I am a newbie so will be using this a lot. Thank you!
    1803 days ago
    Those words are powerful. I will use them today when it comes to exercising!!
    1828 days ago
    " Just Begin" what a encouraging word it is. I like this phrase too. I feels so energetic and powerful , when I hear this world. Thanks for sharing.

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    1835 days ago
    That is absolutely the right attitude and those two words are KEY to success....YES I want to remember that so I think that will be added to my Page.....JUST BEGIN...then see where it takes you!

    Thank you so much for sharing that thought! Wow is that powerful!

    You are inspirational! emoticon

    1835 days ago
  • ROBB1N
    I think it's the just begin that's the hardest part.
    1835 days ago
    I like it :)
    1836 days ago
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