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Developing habits...

Monday, March 04, 2013

Well, I am being challenged to blog about habits I would like to develop - and during the course will make a plan on how to achieve it.

I feel like I'm cheating a bit when I pick two that I am working on right now: 10 minutes of exercise MINIMUM daily, and 64 ounces of water daily. I have currently been doing well with both of them - but they are definitely NOT an ingrained habit!

I originally started the water, and about a week or so later started the exercise. I know it's generally not good to overdo and try to accomplish too many new things at one time, but the water and exercise seemed to go hand in hand since I need to rehydrate following a workout. They have complimented each other nicely!

So, I am still chugging along, but I want to get these two DOWN PAT before moving on to something else. I'm working on it!! :-)

~ Christa

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MARTY728 3/5/2013 12:51PM

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STLADEE 3/5/2013 10:13AM

    Christa, you are not cheating since you are working on them now. It's why they need to be developed into habits! It will happen for you! Water has always been easy for me, during the week, on the weekends it was a little harder. Just keep trudging at it and IT will happen! Plus the benefits will help you keep them going. emoticon emoticon

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MARYBETH4884 3/5/2013 5:29AM

    Great choice of habits to pick! The do go well together!

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    emoticon You can do it!

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SJKENT1 3/4/2013 11:07PM

    I don't think it matters if the habits are choose are the ones you are working on right now. I think the goal is to work toward a healthy life and choices. That's what you are doing... victory!!

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