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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Happy Easter emoticon everyone! Today is a new beginning. Let's think about this... Its not a new year, its not Christmas, or any other holiday, its Easter, when Jesus rose from his Grave. Its a time for celebration because He died for us so that we may live.

With that in mind, I plan to start a new. Refresh myself. Spring emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon is here, and while we do spring cleaning to our homes, we need to do spring cleaning to our bodies as well. So, that is something I am going to start working on. Slowly I want to wean myself off of sugary foods and diet sodas. I want to start eating fresher healthier foods. Spring Clean my body. Now, while I had 8oz of Mountain Dew this morning, and a protein bar that had some sugar in it, I know it will take one day and one step at a time.

This week is Spring Break and I hope that it doesn't rain all week (though with the weather forecast, its supposed to off and on) but I want to take the kids to the park, and I want to walk the nice trails there.

So, I have been thinking...

Walk daily- when it isn't raining emoticon emoticon

Zumba or other DvDs when it does rain, and even when it isn't. I need the extra cardio
Relaxation Yoga in the evenings. emoticon

The most important thing for me though, is to take it ONE DAY AT A TIME!!!

This week, my goal is to start weaning off the sugary foods, and adding fruits and veggies in its place. Also I want to work on weaning off of sodas- My vice is Diet Pepsi and Diet Dr. Pepper. If I want a caffeine boost, I will start drinking more green/black tea and black coffee (yikes!).

Please pray for me, as I know through prayer and with the help of God, I can do this. My mind is set now.

Here's to a great spring, and a better me!
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