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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

I am procrastinating by writing this blog. Let me confess that right out of the gate. :)

This morning after I walked the dogs I headed out to the park to enjoy some fresh air and walk a bit. I have not put my workouts on the top of my to do list for a few days. As the day goes on the likelyhood of having an intense workout goes down! I have let myself make excuses for a few days.

Today I did the workout early on- 3 1/2, miles in an hour. Hit my 10,000 steps early! This is not something I could or should do everyday. However pushing myself was good-felt good!

Using my SP mojo I have set a goal to do creative writing 15 minutes a day. I have several plots mapped out but I still could not get into them last night. So I wrote an overview of my weigh through the years. It was much more than 15 minutes and I finished it up more motivated than ever! Not because of the #'S involved. Because of the feelings it brought out, remebering successes and seeing the events of several years laid out on paper.

Happy Sparking, I'm off to spend a few minutes in my stories.
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    Just saw this reply about your writing. Don't give up your dream......not cheesy at all. Check out this blog This mom supports herself with her books.
    1818 days ago
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    Thank you all! MeryBeth-I have never been complimented on my writing- Thank you! I would love to write romance novels one day-cheesy I know. But a long time dream!
    1823 days ago
    WooHoo on both great accomplishments! What a way to start the day!
    1823 days ago
    I have been away awhile but catching up on your blogs today. Sounds like you are really focused. You are a very good writer. Keep it up. It sounds like the blogging daily helps.
    1824 days ago
    Congrats on finding your motivation again, and especially on your journey to a healthier you. emoticon
    1824 days ago
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