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How is Everyone doing?

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

I trying to keep my head above water. Studying, eating right, allowing enough time for exercise, sleep and play!
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  • v SPRINKLECHEZ
    What a great way to start a day - and a super positive attitude. You are a great example of Spark In Action. Thanks for your comment on my blog. I hope we can share our journeys together. God bless -

    Your friend, "Sprink"
    1192 days ago
  • v MIDNIGHTER1
    That's all you can ask for. I call that a productive day. emoticon
    1192 days ago
  • v ITSABOUTME2407
    i work noc shift and do great until i get to work then around 3 am ...look out !!! i disappoint myself ..and always promise myself i will do better tomorrow emoticon never realized how weak iam hate being heavy yet wont stop wonder sometimes????if im going crazy or something????the heavier i get the more i eat !!!
    1192 days ago

    Comment edited on: 2/19/2013 9:25:06 AM
  • v AMIEE376
    it is difficult to find time to fit it all in, sometimes when i'm studying I just want to snack because I get bored, so instead I come on here which then distracts me...oh well just got to keep going!
    1193 days ago
  • v DARJR50
    It can get tough at times. I carried a full boat in college, worked a full time job, and did an internship all at the same time. I managed to get my exercise in but the diet suffered. Take it from me, eating right and getting plenty of exercise is going to be the most important things you do for yourself.
    With out good nutrition and a well tuned body the mind doesn't function well. Sleep is also very important. Find a healthy balance even if it means dropping a couple of classes and taking longer to graduate. It will be well worth it.
    1193 days ago
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