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Spot check on status

Tuesday, March 05, 2013

So, today is a day to do a spot check on how I’m doing on this week’s goals on the 5% Firecrackers Team. It’s been hit and miss, I’m afraid. Sleep is still an elusive goal, as is closing down electronics by 9:00. For example, it’s 9:24 pm right now, and I just got back from the gym at 9:15 and want to do my Sparking for the day.

Aside from that, I’ve found that biking every morning is too much, so I’m alternating it with walking. That’s working out well, and the weather is cooperating this week with warmer temperatures predicted until at least Sunday. The Spring melt will be on, and that in itself is encouraging!

I’m doing some meditation, and bought a CD with a few different types of meditation to try out, including some short ones that are appropriate for a work environment. Too early to see if that’s helping, though.

Overall, I’m satisfied with how things are going, and look forward to continued improvements.
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  • COMPUCATHY
    Yay! Sounds good. I like that you are trying different things aend making adjustments on things that you are seeing problems with. I think that is very wise. Keep up the good work! Thanks for the encouragement! Spark on! emoticon emoticon
    1512 days ago
  • MARJIMAC63
    Yes, indeed. I can empathize with the winding down only to realize that there's SP posting, tracking, and/or assignments to do. Look at my time stamp--we should both be in bed!
    1515 days ago
  • MIDGIEDAWN2
    Good luck with your goals. If you want to try some variety for meditation without it costing anything. Try out the free podcasts on itunes,
    1515 days ago
  • HEALTHYGRAMMY49
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    1515 days ago
  • VANBSJ
    Good progress. Keep up the good work!
    1515 days ago
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