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Not quite what I had planned.....no worries.

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Asides from a marathon grocery shopping session this day has been a write-off. I'm not happy about how that's sitting with me now. Couldn't even bear to look at the treadmill because I'm still so sore from Friday night. I spent most of the day in bed.

I'm hoping for a good night's sleep tonight. Tomorrow instead of sweating the small stuff I think I'll spend a good chunk of the day planning overall for the next couple of months across the board.

I did set a schedule and some goals a weeks ago but when I go back and look at the calendar I set-up it wasn't very realistic OR I just made it a do-or-die scenario...if nothing went according to plan, I'd give up.

I'm going to try and look up some ideas for work-outs so I can change things up. I need to maximize my time more wisely. My body is slowly getting used to this routine, time to punch it up a notch. I'm going to go through a stack of DVDs I've had sitting collecting dust....maybe I'll find something there!
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  • SAM60SUMTHINK
    How about making it a very VERY general activity goal??

    Like....
    .........
    ..Walk (in home/outdoors/anywhere) for 10 minutes straight every day.
    .....or..Stretch for 10 minutes a day.

    ?

    Be nice to yourself, my friend.
    Commit to only one thing ("just move") and the rest is all bonus!
    Doing something, anything... for a few consistent minutes every day.
    That's the way to create a habit of activity.
    Go for it.
    1316 days ago
  • MRE1956
    Looks like you have a good plain for coping - and that's half the battle won already!

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    1321 days ago
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