Sunday wk3 - Stretching my day of rest! Planning busy week

Monday, March 11, 2013

Seems like so many things on my mind lately but am DETERMINED to keep priorities straight and peek pressing towards the prize ... one of those priorities is to keep faithful to my other teams even in the midst of this Winter challenge so a sharing a picture of our mascot "steadfastly determined" team...a tiger" with a few things [kittens] on his mind..haha.

Tomorrow is into the dayplanner with DH breakfast and medi-set, Dr appt, tea with "an extra daughter", ministry to elder friend with visit and possible lunch, buy replacer coffeepot for DH since ours quit this weekend, and a short nap and maybe a little time in the office... now where do i plug a workout into that day???
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    This is where juggling comes in. It sounds as though you are already an expert juggler, and you may get even better. Fitting in ten-minute increments of exercise may also work better than longer workouts. Good luck!
    1837 days ago
    I can't imagine trying to keep up with more than one team! Just keeping up with the 5% and my other friends is hard! Good luck and great job looking ahead to see where you can fit in a workout (hope you can!)
    1837 days ago
    emoticon Love the pic!
    1837 days ago
    emoticon emoticon Have a great day!
    1837 days ago
    So be it, we each do what we can!
    1837 days ago
    Great job on blogging, I know it's out of your comfort zone!! Great job on pressing toward the mark. If you can't fit a big workout in your schedule tomorrow, here is an idea. Several rounds spread out through the day of 5 minute work outs or 20 minute workouts. Six 5 minute workouts is 30 minutes, three 10 minute workouts is 30 minutes, you get the picture. Not my idea, but it's a great one and works.

    1838 days ago
  • DEE107
    hugs my friend enjoy your day
    1838 days ago
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